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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

BOSTON, MASS. 



FIFTY-THIRD 

ANNUAL REPORT 

FOR THE YEAR 1921 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

BOSTON 

Extends to children, not over twelve years of age, medical and 
surgical treatment, without regard to sex, race, creed, or color 

The Out-Patient Department is open to patients as follows (except on Sundays 
and legal holidays): 

Medical Every morning, 8.30 to 10.30. 

Medical Clinic Branches: 

Tuberculosis — Monday, 9 to 10.30 a.m. 
Anaphylaxis — By appointment. 
Congenital Lues — Thursday, 9 to 10.30 a.m. 
. Heart — Friday, 9 to 10.30 a.m. 

Nutrition — Saturday, 9 to 10.30 a.m. 

Surgical . . . . . Every morning, 8.30 to 10.30. 

Surgical Clinic Branch: 

Physiotherapy Department — Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 

9 tO IO.3O A.M. 

Orthopedic .... Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Sat- 
urday, 2 to 4 P.M. 

Orthopedic Clinic Branch . Monday and Wednesday, 2 to 4 p.m. 

Neurological . Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9 to 

10.30 A.M. 

Throat Monday and Wednesday, 2 to 3.30 p.m. 

Dental Tuesday and Thursday, 9 to 10.30 a.m. 

The Dental Clinic is only for cases trans- 
ferred by the doctor in charge of other clinics. 

Scoliosis Tuesday and Thursday, 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, 

9 to 12 A.M. 

Clinic for Muscle Training in Paralytic Cases. Monday, Wednesday, 

and Friday, 2 to 4 p.m. 

Infantile Paralysis . . Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 9 to 

10.30 A.M. 

Gynecologicai Tuesday, 2 to 4 p.m. 

Patients requiring admission to the wards should be referred to the proper 
division of the Out-Patient Department, but urgent cases can be received at 
any time by direct application to the Hospital. 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

BOSTON, MASS. 



FOR THE YEAR 
1921 



BOSTON 

WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING COMPANY 

32 DERNE STREET 

1922 



Contents 



Officers of The Children's Hospital, 1922 

Report of Board of Managers 

The Private Ward .... 

Report of the Treasurer 

Legacies and Special Donations 

Subscription Beds . 

List of Memorial Beds 

Donations and Subscriptions 

Subscribers to The Children's Hospital and The Convalescent Home 

Emergency Fund 
Subscribers to The Children's Hospital and The Convalescent Home 

Endowment Fund 
Report of the Welfare Committee 
Committee of Occupational Therapy Workei 
Plan of The Children's Hospital 
Report of the Medical Staff 
Medical Department .... 
Surgical Department .... 
Orthopedic Department 
Harvard Infantile Paralysis Commission 
Department of Physical Therapeutics 
Neurological Treatment Clinic 
Neurological Department 
Throat Department 
Laboratory Departments 
Gynecological Department 
Dental Department 
Roentgen Department 
Social Service Department 
School of Nursing 
Volunteer Workers 
List of Former House Officers 
Gifts to The Children's Hospital 
Donations to The Children's Hospital from the Managers of The Con 

valescent Home 



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Officers of The Children's Hospital, 

1922 



President 
GEORGE P. GARDNER 

Vice-President 
Henry Wheeler 

Treasurer Secretary 

S. H. Wolcott F. Murray Forbes 

33 State Street, Boston 60 State Street, Boston 

Finance Committee 

Gordon Abbott William Endicott 

George P. Gardner J. A. Lowell Blake 

Executive Committee 

Gordon Abbott S. H. Wolcott 

William H. Seabury J. A. Lowell Blake 

F. Murray Forbes George P. Gardner 

Robert F. Herrick, Jr. 

Counsel for the Corporation 

Messrs. Warren, Garfield, Whiteside and Lamson 

28 State Street, Boston 



Board of Managers 



George P. Gardner 
Gordon Abbott 
Henry Wheeler 
Robert W. Emmons, 2d 
William H. Seabury 
William Endicott . 
J. A. Lowell Blake 
Alexander Whiteside 
Francis W. Hunnewell 
Dudley L. Pickman, Jr 
S. H. Wolcott 
George von L. Meyer 
Philip S. Sears 
Frank W. Stearns 

F. Murray Forbes 
Mrs. George H. Monks 
Mrs. Frederick S. Mead 
James J. PhelaN 

Louis E. Kirstein 

G. Peabody Gardner, Jr 
Robert F. Herrick, Jr. 



December 1, 1885 
December 28, 1896 
January 11, 1898 
January 13, 1903 
January 13, 1903 
January 12, 1904 
December 12, 191 1 
November 10, 1914 
April 13, 191 5 
April 13, 1915 
April 13, 1915 
May 20, 1915 
January 26, 1916 
January 26, 1916 
March 19, 1918 
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Medical Officers 



Consulting Staff 

E. H. Bradford, M.D. Maynard Ladd, M.D. 

F. B. Mallory, M.D. F. G. Balch, M.D. 

Abner Post, M.D. L. M. S. Miner, M.D., D.M.D. 

H. L. Morse, M.D. J. J. Thomas, M.D. 

John Lovett Morse, M.D. 



Active Staff 

Visiting Bacteriologist Visiting Chemist 

Harold C. Ernst, M.D. Otto Folin, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeon Visiting Physiologist 

R. W. Lovett, M.D. Walter B. Cannon, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeon Visiting Pathologist 

James S. Stone, M.D. S. B. Wolbach, M.D. 

Visiting Physician Visiting Pharmacologist 

Oscar M. Schloss, M.D. Reid Hunt, M.D. 

Surgeon in Diseases of Throat Neurologist 

D. Crosby Greene, M.D. Bronson Crothers, M.D. 

Associate Staff 

Medical Department 

Assistant Physician 
Philip H. Sylvester, M.D. 

Junior Assistant Physicians 

E. T. Wyman, M.D. L. W. Hill, M.D. 

J. I. Grover, M.D. D. Hassman, M.D. 

K. G. Percey, M.D. H. Green, M.D. 

P. W. Emerson, M.D. E. Friedman, M.D. 

Harold C. Stuart, M.D. 

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Surgical Department 

Associate Surgeon 
William E. Ladd, M.D. 

Assistant Surgeons 
Charles G. Mixter, M.D. George D. Cutler, M.D. 

Clinical Assistant Surgeon 
Thomas H. Lanman, M.D. 

Orthopedic Department 

Associate Surgeon 
Robert Soutter, M.D. 

Assistant Surgeons 

Arthur T. Legg, M.D. Henry J. Fitzsimmons, M.D. 

James W. Sever, M.D. Frank R. Ober, M.D. 

Clinical Assistants 

W. F. Cotting, M.D. Joseph H. Shortell, M.D. 

R. Plato Schwartz, M.D. 

Department of Laryngology and Otology 

Surgeon 
D. Harold Walker, M.D. 

Assistant Surgeons 
E. W. Herman, M.D. Harold G. Tobey, M.D. 

Graduate Assistant Surgeon 
E. A. Meserve, M.D. 

Clinical Assistant 
A. V. Lodge, M.D. 

Oral Surgeon Assistant Oral Surgeon 

Fred R. Blumenthal, D.M.D. Philip I. Johnson, D.M.D. 

Gynecologist Roentgenologist 

Henry T. Hutchins, M.D. Lawrence Reynolds, M.D. 

Ophthalmologist Assistant Ophthalmologist 

Alexander Quackenboss, M.D. E. R. Goodall, M.D. 



MEDICAL OFFICERS 



Anesthetist 
Freeman Allen, M.D. 



Assistant Chemists 

H. Isabel Cole, A.B., A.M. 1 
Eugene C. Peck, M.D. 2 



Assistant Bacteriologists 
Emily F. Hunt, A.B., A.M. 3 
E. W. Brown, A.B. 4 



Resident Staff 

Superintendent 
Miss Ida C. Smith, R.N. 



Business Administrator 
Mr. Scott Whitcher 

Director, School of Nursing 
Miss Mary L. Wakefield, R.N. 

Supervisor, Out-Patient Department 
Miss Ida G. Buckley, R.N. 

Resident Physician 
Arthur F. Anderson, M.D. 



Assistant Superintendent 
Miss Christine Mekkelsen, R.N. 

Assistant Director, School of Nursing 
Miss Mary Burgess, R.N. 

Supervisor, Private Ward 
Miss Marjorie McIntosh, R.N. 

Assistant Resident Physician 
Norman C. Bender, M.D. 



Resident Pathologist 
John Kieth Gordon, M.D. 



House Physicians 

Herbert C. Soule, M.D. 
Maurice Adelman, M.D. 
A. Roland Newsam, M.D. 



House Surgeons 

Frank R. Smith, M.D. 
Donald C. Bell, M.D. 
Nevin J. Dieffenbach, M.D. 
Rudolph Dresel, M.D. 
Myron O. Henry, M.D. 



Assistant Anesthetist 
Mrs. Raymond H. Coon 



Head of Social Service Department 
Miss Mabel Wilson 



Director of Clinic for Paralytic Cases 
Miss Mary Trainor 



1 To October i, 1921. 

2 From October I, 1921. 



3 To September 15, 1921. 

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Director of Physical Therapeutics 
Miss Janet B. Merrill 

Graduate House Officers, IQ2I 

Glen Barber, M.D. Jesse B. Naive, M.D. 

Campbell Harvey, M.D. Harry J. Schott, M.D. 

Walter P. Hogarth, M.D. Maurice Adelman, M.D. 

George K. Carpenter, M.D. J. Lawrence Jones, M.D. 

Paul C. Carson, M.D. M. Hines Roberts, M.D. 

Robert M. Lord, M.D. Bernard H. Kyle, M.D. 



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Report of Board of Managers 



THE outstanding event of the year 1921 for The Children's 
Hospital, and one of the most important events in its 
history, was the opening of the Private Ward on Novem- 
ber 14th. 

It was the unqualified opinion of the whole Medical Staff 
that a thoroughly up-to-date Private Ward was not only ad- 
visable but necessary. In no other way could the Hospital 
continue to command the services of the best doctors and 
still be fair to them, and judging by the experience of other 
hospitals it should become a source of revenue to the Hospital. 
Accordingly, the old Vose's Nurses' Home has been turned into 
an attractive and thoroughly equipped Private Ward; the 
success in furnishing and decorating being due to the efforts 
and good taste of Mrs. Harold J. Coolidge and a few associates. 

This conversion necessitated the purchase of an apartment 
house on Huntington Avenue as a new Nurses' Home. It is 
well to note, however, in this connection that with the eight- 
hour law and various new requirements for nurses which neces- 
sitated additions to the force, the old Home would in any event 
have been totally inadequate. 

All the friends of the Hospital can be of help by making 
known to others the existence of the Private Ward. 

Another important event of the year, and one which we 
cannot help viewing with deep regret, was the resignation of 
Dr. John Lovett Morse, the Visiting Physician, who has served 
the Hospital devotedly and brilliantly for a period of eighteen 
years. 

Your Board is fortunate, however, in having secured in his 
place an eminent and able successor in Dr. Oscar M. Schloss, a 
graduate of Johns Hopkins, and recently Director of Pediatric 
Service at New York Nursery and Child's Hospital, and Pro- 
fessor of Pediatrics at Cornell University Medical College. 

Financially the failure to raise the Endowment Fund has 

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been keenly felt, and has resulted in another large deficit, as 
will be seen from the Treasurer's report. The Managers are 
bending every effort toward economy. In fact, had it not 
been for the widespread insistence for its continuance, the 
valuable Social Service would have been abandoned, and unless 
the Hospital's financial condition improves it may still be 
necessary to abandon this and other important activities. 

The Welfare Committee, under the leadership of Mrs. F. S. 
Meade, have again done wonders in the raising of money and 
advertising the needs of the Hospital. 

Finally, we wish to express our appreciation of Miss Smith's 
tireless, devoted, and efficient management which has been 
largely responsible in enabling us to report that the Hospital, 
this year, has treated more children than ever before. 

GEORGE P. GARDNER, 

President. 



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The Private Ward 



The Private Ward received its first patient on November 
14, 1921. It had been planned to open early in September, 
but the strike of the building trades caused an unfortunate and 
costly delay. 

The Private Ward as it now exists is equipped for the care 
of forty-six private patients, with a range of prices intended 
to cover the means of all. Sixteen patients at the lowest rate 
may be cared for in rooms of two beds each, while thirty pa- 
tients may have single rooms, with rooms adjoining for mother 
or nurse, and in many cases a private bathroom. 

The furniture and hangings of the rooms are simple, and 
were chosen with a view to making the rooms attractive and 
cheerful. 

On three of the four floors out-of-door sun rooms were built 
out, where patients can be placed in the open air as easily as 
they are now put out in the public wards. 

Each floor has its own diet kitchen, refrigerators, sterilizers,, 
heaters, etc., and it may be said generally that every effort 
has been made to equip the Ward in every respect with the 
most modern apparatus and equipment. 

On the top floor there are three operating rooms, of which 
one is for nose and throat cases alone, and an etherizing room. 

The Private Ward is an inevitable development of the modern 
hospital in its function of complete service to its community. 
Without such a ward children of the well-to-do cannot have 
the same advantages in their illnesses as do the children of the 
poor. That is, the best care at home can scarcely get the re- 
sults or offer the same degree of security available to every 
patient at The Children's Hospital. Here can be had at a 
moment's notice consultation with other members of the Staff; 
reference to records of like cases; use of specialized apparatus; 
instruments, etc.; laboratory examination and reports; and, 

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perhaps more important than all, the specialized nursing per- 
fected by years of experience and training. 

There has also been a long-felt desire on the part of the 
physicians and surgeons in charge to have a place where their 
own private patients might receive all the facilities and benefits 
of the Hospital, and where they might combine their care with 
the care of the children in the public wards. That such an 
arrangement was due the Staff was never doubted, and in this 
direction alone important results are looked for. 



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Report of the Treasurer 



Statement of Income and Expense for the Year 
ended December 31, 1921 
Income: 



Net Hospital earnings and miscellaneous income 

Interest and dividends 

Subscriptions and donations .... 
Subscriptions through Welfare Committee (net) 
Subscriptions to Emergency Fund (net) 
Social Service expense donation 
Miscellaneous income (estates, etc.) 



Total income 
Expenses: 



£130,397 

45,996 

"39,547 

15,984 

36,087 

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$278,417.26 



Hospital expenses (per list below) 
Corporation expense . 

Insurance 

Interest 

Taxes 

Miscellaneous expense 



$301,687.72 

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3,i45-9i 
12,697.28 

185-25 
291 .00 



Total expenses 

Excess of expenses over income, charged to general fund 



323,418.66 
$45,001 .40 



Statement of Hospital Receipts and Expenses 

Receipts: 
Total Hospital earnings (net) $130,397.22 



Expenses: 

Administration expenses: 
Salaries, officers and clerks 
Books, periodicals, etc. . 
Express, travel, etc. 



$13,216.39 

320.21 
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Carried forward $14,019.75 

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Brought forward $14,019.75 

Expenses — Continued 

Administration expenses — Concluded 
Printing, stationery and office supplies 
Telephone and telegraph (service and wages) 
Sundries 

Total administration expenses $27,644.20 

Professional care of patients' expenses: 
Salaries and wages: 

Muscle training .... $2,331.00 



5,850 


.61 


7,691 


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Orderlies 
Orthopedic . 
Out-patient . 
Ward employees 
Special nurses and nurses on 
pay roll 

Medical and general care: 

Medical and surgical supplies 



2,352 
2,365 
7,156 
7,433 



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12,003.31 



$33,641.93 



and equipment 
Sundries .... 


. $18,605.14 
1,449.40 


20,054 

1,119 

10,843 

15,717 

7,370 

6,448 . 




Clothing, etc.: 

Clothing .... 
Dry goods and small wares 
Sundries .... 


$590.82 

453-13 

75-51 


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Pharmacy and laboratories: 
Salaries .... 
Supplies and equipment 


. $6,156.56 
4,687.16 


School of nursing: 

Salaries .... 
Supplies, etc. 


$9,931.29 
5,786.22 


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Social service: 

Salaries .... 
Supplies, travel, etc. . 


. $7,030.53 
340.35 


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X-ray and photography: 
Salaries .... 
Supplies and equipment 


$3,497.00 
2,951.19 






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Total professional care of patients' expenses 



95,196.23 



Carried forward $122,840.43 

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Brought forward $122,840.43 

Expenses — ■ Concluded 

Department expenses: 

Dietitian's and housekeeping: 

Salaries and wages . . . $19,265.31 

Food 57,649.86 

Housekeeping supplies . . 8,338.71 

$85,253.88 

Laundry: 

Wages $7,876.80 

Supplies and equipment . . 1,605.54 

9,482.34 

Total department expenses 94,736.22 

Maintenance and operation of plant expenses: 

Wages $27,117.64 

Heat, light, power, etc 42,972.48 

Repairs and upkeep 11,198.73 

Rent 1,859.50 

Total maintenance and operation of plant 

expenses 83,148.35 

Automobiles: 

Maintenance and operation of automobiles .... 398.14 

Extraordinary expenses in renovating Nos. 257 and 261 Long- 
wood Avenue (work done in 1920) 564.58 

Total Hospital expenses $301,687.72 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Balance Sheet as of December 31, 1921 

Assets 

Current assets: 

Cash in bank $16,528.20 

Business administrator's account . 3,000.00 

$19,528.20 

Accounts receivable at Hospital .... 9,628.24 

Due from Convalescent Home .... 177. 39 

Insurance prepaid 2,717.09 

$32,050.92 

Real estate, plant and equipment: 

Site for new Nurses' Home $46,330.30 

Hospital buildings 97°>377-74 

Hospital equipment 47>778-33 

Hotel Harvard (used for Nurses' Home) . . 241,202. 14 

1,305,688.51 

Securities: 

General fund investments $327,537.47 

Restricted fund investments 554*75! - 55 

882,289.02 

Total assets $2,220,028.45 

Liabilities and Capital 

Liabilities: 

Accounts payable (current bills) $17,324.19 

Notes payable 100,000.00 

Mortgage payable 125,000.00 

Total liabilities $242,324.19 

Capital: 

General fund $1,341,425.08 

Restricted investment fund 556,241.93 

Endowment fund to December 31, 1921 . . 80,037.25 

1 ,977,704 ■ 26 

Total liabilities and capital $2,220,028.45 



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Restricted Investment Funds, December 31, 1921 



Unnamed .... 

Laura A. Brown 
Helen G. Coburn . 
M. F. and S. W. Coppenhagen 
Harriett Otis Cruft 
Caroline T. Downes 
Charles H. Draper . 
Eliza J. Bell Draper 
Eugene F. Farnham 
Kate Knowlton Foote . 
Marjorie Forbes 
William Hilton 
' Francis W. Hunnewell 
George S. Hyde . ... 

Jaynes 

Mrs. Jerome Jones 

John D. W. Joy . 

Joseph W. Leighton 

Maria D. Lockwood Trust . 

James C. Melvin 

James C. Melvin, Jr. 

A. H. and M. A. Munsell . 

Amy Peabody 

Adelaide H. Rollins 

Frank Davison Rust Memorial Fund No. I 

Frank Davison Rust Memorial Fund No. 2 

A. Shuman Clothing Fund . 

Harriett W. Taber . 

Helen Hallett Thompson 

John Parker Townsend . 

Elizabeth C. Ware . 

Charles Loring Young . 



#119,000. 

9,957 

49,900 

5,doo 

20,000 

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23,934 

1 ,000' 

5,104 

2,245 

3,835 

4,5io 

25,063 

8^625 

1 1,447 

9,935 

5,ooo 

12,000 
5,109 

49,251 
5,ooo 
21,105 
50,000 
1,079 
6,200 
4,000 
1,000 

2,584 
10,693 

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24,346 

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Auditor's Certificate 



$556,241.93 



As a result of our audit of the books and records of The Children's Hospital 
for the year ended December 31, 1921, we hereby certify that all cash shown 
to have been received has been accounted for; that we have seen satisfactory 
evidence of the approval and payment of all disbursements; that the balance 
called for by the cash account was on deposit in the several bank accounts or 
was in the office; that the income earned during the year by investments held 
by the Hospital was properly accounted for; that all securities shown on the 
books were found to be on hand; and that the Balance Sheet and Statement 
of Income and Expense submitted herewith are correct transcripts from the 
books of account, and, in our opinion, correctly set forth the financial con- 
dition of the Hospital as of December 31, 192 1, and the results of its operations 
for the year ended at that date. 

Respectfully submitted, 

SCOVELL, WELLINGTON & COMPANY. 



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Legacies and Special Donations 



Estate of: 

James J. Sullivan 
Anonymous (legacy) 
Henrietta M. Pierce 
Wallace L. Pierce 
Margaret A. Munsell 
Jennie A. Mayer 
A. C. Marie Currier 
Maria W. Wales 
Joseph M. Herman 

"Hermon John Huidekope 

Miss Muriel Crocker . 

Brookline Woman's Club 

Mrs. Robert W. Moore, Jr 

Federated Clubs of Dorchester 

"Robert Louis Stevenson" 

David A. Ellis . 

Wellesley Hills Woman's Club 

Dr. P. J. Eaton . 

The Amaranth Literary Circle 



51,500.00 
5,000.00 
5 ,000 . 00 
7,00c. 00 
1,105.32 
1,500.00 

877.92 
1,000.00 

500.00 

I,OCO.OO 

126.00 
1 ,000 . 00 
1 ,000 . 00 
1 ,000 . 00 

700 . 00 
1,000.00 
1 ,000 . 00 

500.00 

1,000.00 



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Subscription Beds 



Jan. 24. Mrs. J. M. Sears $100.00 

Feb. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Max M. Adler 100.00 

Mr. and Mrs. George P. Gardner 100.00 

Mr. W. A. Gardner 100.00 

Mr. John L. Gardner 100.00 

Feb. 7. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. L. Blake 200.00 

Mar. 31. Mr. Frank Whitney 100.00 

Mrs. Richard C. Curtis 100.00 

Apr. 4. Mrs. Charles A. Cummings 100.00 

Mr. Henry D. Woods 100.00 

Miss Sarah F. Bremer 100.00 

Mr. William S. Spaulding 100.00 

Mr. John T. Spaulding ........ 100.00 

Mr. Nathaniel T. Kidder 100.00 

A Friend 100.00 

Apr. 5. Mr. Elmer Jared Bliss 100.00 

Apr. 6. Miss Martha A. Alford 100.00 

May 31. Mrs. John and Hobart Ames 100.00 

June 22. Mrs. Robert Saltonstall 100.00 

Apr. 8. Mrs. E. B. Dane 100.00 

Nov. 30. Christ Church School, Eugene E. Thompson . . . 100.00 

Nov. 16. Mr. Herbert M. Sears 100.00 

Nov. 18. Mrs. Bayard Warren 100.00 

Nov. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Greene 100.00 

Miss Kat'herine E. Silsbee 200.00 

Mrs. E. B. Carlton 200.00 



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List of Memorial Beds 



By a vote of the Corporation. — Any person giving to the corporation at one 
time not less than one thousand dollars has the privilege of affixing a name to a 
bed in the Hospital, subject to the decision of the Managers in each case. This 
permission, however, does not carry with it any right or control over the bed 
named. 



Ward I Lower. Boys, Medical 

Hope, Clement (sun parlor) 
George F. Kimball 
H. Clarence Shapiro 
Amory Sullivan 



Henry A. Turner 

Carrie Elizabeth Tyer (sun parlor) 

James Henry Williams 

Robert P. Williams 



Ward I Upper. Girls, Medical 

Sarah P. Lowell Blake 
Florence Cobb Brooks 
Maria F. Coppenhagen 
Sarah W. Coppenhagen 
Florence Dean Curtis 
Jessie Preston Draper 
Rosamond Freeman 
Margaret Constance Ellis 



Alice M. C. Matthews 
Theresa Pierce 
Susan Wells Preston 
Ellen Richards Slater 
Bertha F. Taylor 
Harriet E. P. Wood 
Irene Wood 



Ward 2. Babies, Surgical and Orthopedic 



Martha Higginson Barbour 
Abigail P. Banchor 
Charles A. Chapman 
Children of Eliza J. Bell Draper 
Francis Welles Hunnewell 



Gertrude Gouverneur Hunnewell 

Ruth Martin 

Gail Gorham Whitcomb 

The Amaranth Literary Circle 



Ward 4. Boys and Girls, Surgical 



Charles Dalton 
Marjorie Forbes 
William Gray 
Kent Pettingill 
Dorothy Quincy 
Brookline Woman's Club 



Rachel Tower Tarbell 
Livingston Wadsworth 
Sarah Wyman Whitman 
Dorothy Winthrop 
Wellesley Hills Woman's Club 



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MEMORIAL BEDS 



Ward 5 Lower. Boys, Orthopedic 

Frank Seaver Billings James C. Melvin, Jr. 

Louis Bridgman Francis Skinner 

Charles Dickens Stephen Wheatland 

Edward Ellery Knowlton Charles Loring Young 
Hermon John Huidekoper 

Ward 5 Upper. Girls, Orthopedic 

Julia H. Appleton Mary Ellen Putnam 

Frances Todd Baldwin Sarah Eliza Thatcher 

Harriet M. Billings Louise Julia Tucker 

Selina Jarvie Fletcher Sarah Wyman Whitman 
Ellen Maria Pierce 



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Donations and Subscriptions 



Anonymous . . . . $1.00 

Anonymous . . . . 2.00 

Anonymous . . . . 50.00 

Cash . . . .. . 15.00 

Cash 9 .65 

In memory of A. H. L. . 87.30 
Abbott, Mrs. Gordon . . 100.00 
Abbott, Mrs. Katharine . 15.00 
Adams Study Club . . 5. 00 
Alcott C. H. Club . . . 100.00 
Alford, Edward B. . . 50.00 
Alford, Mrs. O. H. . . 100.00 
Allen, Mr. & Mrs. Philip . 10.00 
Allen, Mrs. Thomas, Jr. . 5. 00 
A 1 1 s t o n Congregational 
Church Women's Asso- 
ciation 20.00 

Aloha Camp . . . . 3 1 . 75 

Ames, Mrs. F. Lothrop . 100.00 

Ames, Mrs. James Barr . 25.00 

Ames, Mr. & Mrs. Oliver . 500.00 

Amory, Mrs. C. W. . . 50.00 

Anderson, Caroline F. . . 25.00 

Anderson, Mrs. Larz . . 100.00 

Anderson, Mrs. L. J. . . 1 .00 

Anthony, Mrs. Nathan . 5.00 
Appleton, Mrs. Francis 

H., Jr. . . . . . 5.00 

Appleton, Miss Maude E. . 100.00 

Appleton, Samuel . . . 100.00 

Arlington Heights C. H. Club 110.50 

Ashland Street Gymnasium 123.40 

Ayer, Charles F. . . . 10.00 

Ayer, Nathaniel F. . . 50.00 

Bacon, Charles . . . 10.00 

Bacon, Miss Ellen S. . . 100.00 

Badger, Daniel B. . . . 25.00 

Baer, Mrs. Louis . . . 25.00 

Balch, Mrs. Lewis . . 10.00 



Barbour, Edmund D. . 

Barnet, Mrs. Howard J. 

In memory of J. M. H. 

Barron, Cecelia A. 

Barron, C. W. 

Bartlett, Mrs. N. S., Jr. 

Bartol, Miss Elizabeth H. 

Bayley, Mrs. Edward B. 

Baylies, Walter C. 

Beal, Mrs. Boylston A. 

Beal, Thomas P., Jr. 

Beebe, Mrs. Junius 

Bemis, Mrs. A. F. . 

Bemis, F. B. . 

Berriman, Mrs. J. T. 

Bird, Mrs. Reginald W. 

Blake, Mrs. Arthur W. 

Blake, Mrs. Francis 

Blake, Mr. & Mrs. J. A. L. 

Blodgett, Mrs. Charles W. 

Blue Fish C. H. Club . 

Boardman, Mrs. William D 

Boland, Dr. & Mrs. E. S. 

Boston Kindergartners As- 
sociation 

Boston Photo Engravers 
Union No. 3, I. P. E. U. 

Bothfeld, Mrs. Anna E. 

Bowditch, Miss Cornelia 

Bradford, Mrs. Minnie G. 

Bradlee, Mr. & Mrs 
Arthur T. . 

Bradlee, Henry G. 

Bradlee, Mrs. John T. 

Bradlee, Mrs. Reginald 

Bremer, Mrs. John L. 

Bremner, Mrs. A. F. 

Brewer, Miss Fannie R 

Brewer, Miss Lucy P. 

Brighton Elites Club 



$10.00 
10.00 

1 00 . 00 
5.00 
10.00 
50.00 
25.00 
30.00 

100.00 
25.00 
10.00 
25.00 
25.00 

100.00 
5.00 

100.00 
20.00 
20.00 

800 . 00 
50.00 

200 . 00 

5.00 

10.00 

100.00 

36.25 
25.00 
10.00 
10.00 

100.00 

250.0c 

20 . 00 

12.00 

350.00 

25.00 

25.00 

100.00 

100.00 



24 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Brookline Girl Scouts C. H. 

Club $100.00 

Brookline Morning Club . 150.00 

Brooks, Gorham . . . 25.00 

Brown Durrell Company . 25.00 

Brown, Miss Elizabeth B. . 15.00 

Brown, Mrs. Hannah D. . 10.00 

Burden & Co. . . . 10.00 

Burdett, Everett W. . . 10.00 

Burgess, Mrs. T. P. . . 25.00 

Burnham, Henry D. . . 25.00 

Burnham, Mrs. W. A., Jr. . 5.00 

In memory of Marguerite . 20.00 

Busy Beavers C. H. Club . 100.00 

Busy Bee C. H. Club . . 14755 

Byers, Wheaton B. . . 10.00 

Byers, Mrs. William . . 15.00 

Byng, Mrs. H. G. . . . 25.00 

Cabot, Mrs. Arthur T. . . 200.00 

Cabot Street Gymnasium . 62.50 

Carey, Arthur A. . . . 10.00 

Carr, Frank A. . . . 10.00 

Carry On C. H. Club . . 100.00 

Carter, James Richard . . 10.00 

Carter, Rice & Co. . . 10.00 

Cary, Miss Georgina S. . 150.00 

Case, Miss Louise W. . . 10.00 

Chamberlain, William E. . 10.00 

Chapin, Horace D. . . 25.00 

Charron, Arthur . . . 5.00 

Chase, E. Dudley . . . 2.00 

Cheever, Dr. & Mrs. David 25.00 
Chestnut Hill Boys C. H. 

Club 200.00 

Children of Prince School . 3 . 75 
Children's Hospital Aid C. 

H. Club . . . . 50.00 
Children's Hospital Helpers' 

C. H. Club .... 300.00 
Church of the Epiphany 

(Dorchester) Children of 

Sunday School . . . 3.88 
Church School, Church of 

Our Saviour, Roslindale . 10.00 
Church Service League, St. 

John's Mission, Sharon . 5. 00 
Proceeds of a fair, Mrs. 

Charles E. Clapp . . 5.00 

C 10.00 

Clark, Cecil . . . . 2 .00 

Clark, Joseph H. . . . 25.00 



Clark, Mrs. William R. . $10.00 

Clarke, Herman F. . . 10.00 

Clearwater, Miss Emilie . 10. co 

Clinton Baptist Philatheas . 10. co 

Clinton Woman's Club . 3.00 

Clio Club of Ashburnham . 3.00 

Coale, Mrs. George O. G. . 20.00 

Cobb, Mrs. Charles K. . 15.00 

Codman, Miss Catherine . 100.00 

Cohasset C. H. Clubs . . 255.79 

Colby, Mrs. Alfred H. . . 25.00 

Collens, Mrs. Charles . . 2.00 

Columbia Road Gymnasium 137. 50 

Columbian Insecticide Co. . 10.00 
Committee of the Permanent 

Charity Fund, Inc. . 7,500.00 
Committee of the Permanent 

Charity Fund, Inc. . 1,500.00 
Congregational Mothers 

Club of Bridgewater . . 10.00 

Converse, Mrs. C. C. . . 500.00 

Converse, Costello C. . . 500.00 

Coolidge, Mrs. Francis L. . 5 .00 

Coolidge, J. Randolph . . 25.00 

Coolidge, Mrs. T. J. . 1,500.00 

Corlin, Bernard E. . . 2.00 

Cotton, Miss Elizabeth A. . 100.00 

Cox, Mrs. William E. . . 50.00 

Crehore, Miss Lucy C. . . 5.00 

Croll, Albert I. . . . 10.00 

Crosby, Mrs. Stephen VanR . 100.00 

Crowninshield, Mrs. F. B. . 100. oc 

Cunningham, Mrs. Guy . 10.00 

Curran, Mrs. M. J. . . 100.00 

Curtis, Mrs. Allen . . . 25.00 

Curtis, Mrs. C. P., Jr. . . 25.00 

Curtis, Miss Ellen S. . . 10.00 

Curtis Hall Gymnasium . 150.18 

Curtis, Mrs. John S. . . 25.00 

Curtis, Louis . . . . 25.00 

Cushing, Hon. Grafton D. . 10.00 

Cushing, Mrs. Harvey . . 10.00 

Cushing, Sarah P. . . . 20.00 

Cutler, Mrs. W. W. . . 25.00 

Coffin, C. A. . . . 1,380.00 

D Street Gymnasium . . 20.00 

Daffodil C. H. Club . . 274.00 

Dalton, H. R. . . . 100.00 

Damon, G. E., Company . 5.00 

Dane, Dr. & Mrs. John . 25. co 

Davis, Mrs. Bancroft G. . 25.00 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Davis, Mrs. Helen S. 

Davis, Mrs. Joseph E. 

Davis, Livingston . 

Day, Henry B. 

Dixey, Mrs. Richard C 

Dole, Mrs. Charles F. 

Dorchester Daughters of 
Maine . 

Drost, C. A. . 

Drown, Miss Mary F 

Duff, Mr. & Mrs. J. Robert- 
son 

Duxbury Nurses Association 

Early Morning Club of 

Springfield . 
East Boston Gymnasium 
Eastman, John 
Eliot, Amory 
Ely, Edward S. 
Emerton, Mrs. Mattie . 
Emery, Mrs. Florence L. 
Emmons, R. W., 2d, Treasure 
Endicott, Wendell . 
Estabrook, Mrs. A. F 
Everett, Henry C. 
Everett, Richard M. 

Fairleigh, Virginia L. 
Fairleigh, Mrs. W. C. 
Fales, Mrs. A. A. . 
Farnsworth, Mrs. E. M., Jr 
Farnsworth, Mrs. William 
Faulkner, Miss Fannie M. 
Faxon, Mrs. Henry M. 
Fay, Hester & Elizabeth 

Matthews . 
Fearing, Mrs. George R., Jr 
Fenno, Edward N. 
Fenno, S. Elizabeth 
Fessenden, S. H. . 
Field, Miss Helen . 
Field, Mrs. William de Y. 
First Church of Chestnut 

Hill 
Fish, Frederick P. . 
Fisher, Benjamin . 
Fisher, Miss Frances B 
Fitch, Miss Carrie T. 
Fitts, Henry King . 
Fletcher, Frederick C. 
In memory of Mrs. Miriam 

Thayer Seeley 



$25 .00 
10.00 

100.00 
50.00 
10.00 
25.00 

25.00 

5.00 

10.00 

50.00 
25.00 

3.00 

•15 

15.00 

20.00 

25.00 

5.00 

5.00 

500.00 

50.00 

10.00 

50.00 

10.00 

50.00 

50.00 

10.00 

3.00 

1 00 . 00 

1,050.00 

600 . 00 

7.00 

1 00 . 00 

15.00 

25.00 

1 00 . 00 

10.00 

5.00 

16.50 
50.00 
10.00 
50.00 
10.00 
5.00 
500.00 

15.00 



Florence Street School 

Mothers' Association 
Foote, Arthur 
Forbes, F. Murray 
Frank, Mrs. Daniel 
Friendly Guild 
Frothingham, Mrs. Louis A 

Gardner, George P. 
Gardner, Mr. & Mrs 

G. P., Jr. . 
Gardner, Mrs. Philip 
Gardner, William A. 
Gardner Woman's Club 
Gavit, Ann 
Gibson, Mary A. . 
Giddings, Frederick C. . 
Gilchrist Company 
Gilson, Mrs. F. Howard 
Girl's Bicycle C. H. Club 
Girls of North Shore C. H 

Club .... 
Girl Scouts Troop No. 4 

Reading 
G. O. H. Club 
Goddard, Miss Mary L. 
Good Cheer C. H. Club 
Goodnow, Mrs. W. M. . 
Good Will Circle . 
Grandin, Mr. & Mrs. John L 
Grannis, Mrs. Arthur . 
Gray, Mrs. John Chipman 
Gray, Morris . 
Great Mogul's Company of 

Comedians C. H. Club 
Sarah Greenwood Center 
Grew, Edward W. . 
Grosberg, O. . 
Guild, Frederick 
Guild, Henry J. 
Girl Scouts of Reading 

Hagan, H. E. . 
Hall, Rev. George Atwater 
Harden, Lucy W. . 
Harris, Miss Frances K. 
Harwood, Mrs. John 
Haskell, Edward H. 
Haslet, George W. 
Hawkridge, Ella M. 
Hayden, Mrs. Charles R. 
Hayward, William E. . 



$30.00 
3.00 

100.00 

5.00 

50.00 

100.00 

2,000.00 

25.00 

10.00 

500.00 

5.00 

10.00 

1 .00 

10. CO 

25. CO 

4.00 

101 .00 

266 . 29 

25.00 

II .00 

125.00 

100.00 

25.00 
750 

100.00 

2.00 

10.00 

10.00 

510.00 
30.00 
25. CO 

25.00 

10.00 

I 00 . 00 

10.00 

5.0c 
25.00 
5.00 
5.00 
25.00 
25.00 
50.00 
10.00 

25.00 

100.00 



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DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Hedge, Mrs. Henry 

Helpful C. H. Club 

Hicks, Mrs. John Jay . 

Higgins, Margaret M., Treas 
urer .... 

Higginson, F. L., Jr. 

Hill, Donald Mackay . 

Hillbrow School C. H. Club 

Holman, Mrs. C. A. 

Holtzer, Charles W. 

Homans, Mr. & Mrs. Wm. P 

Hooper, Mrs. James R. 

Hopkinton Woman's Club 

Hornblower, Henry 

Houghton, Elizabeth G 

Howe, Henry S. 

In memoriam April 18 

Hubbard, Mrs. Eliot 

Hubbard, Helen 

Hubbard, John T. . 

Proceeds of fair by Julie 
Hudson, Jacqueline Hud- 
son & John Cabot, 3d 

Hunnewell, Mrs. Arthur 

Hunnewell, Henry S. 

Hunnewell, Mrs. Henry S. 

Hunnewell, James M. 

Hunt, Mrs. William 

Hurd, Mrs. C. Russell 

Hurd, Miss Dorothy 

Hutchings, Miss E. C. 

Hutchins, Mrs. C. F. 

Ingraham, Miss A. E. . 
Ipswich Woman's Club 

Jackson, Dr. Henry 
Jackson, Mrs. James, Jr. 
Jamaica Plain Blue Bird C 

H. Club 
Jamaica Plain Junior Alii 

ance .... 
Jamaica Plain Tuesday Club 
Jameson, H. E. 
Jaques, Miss Helen L. . 
Jardine, William 
Jeffries, William A. 
Johnson, Edward C. 
Johnson, Miss Mildred 
Jolly Juniors C. H. Club 
Jones, Mrs. B. M. . 
Jordan, Mrs. H. L. 



$5.00 
38.00 
25.00 

30.00 
50.00 
25.00 

100.00 

2 .00 

50.00 

100. CO 

20.00 

5.00 

50.00 

50.00 

1 00 . 00 

1 00 . 00 

50.00 

25.00 

5.00 



5.00 

ICO. 00 

I 00 . 00 

100.00 

50.00 

25 .CO 

10.00 

5.00 

IC.OO 

5.00 

5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
100.00 

100.00 

5.00 
2 1 7 . 00 

5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

10.00 
100.00 

2.00 

I 15 

10.00 
10.00 



Jordan, Robert . . . $200.00 

Joslin, Ernest A. . . . 2.00 

Joy, John H 10.00 

Junior Knights C. H. Club . 112.00 

Kaffenburgh, Albert . . 25.00 

Kaffenburgh, Carl J. . . 10.00 

Keep Smiling C. H. Club . 108.00 

Kehew, W. B. . . 10.00 

Kellar, Mrs. Carl T. . . 10.00 

A Friend 25 .00 

Kennedy, John J. . . . 50.00 

Kent, Mrs. Edward L. . 10.00 

Kidder, Charles A. . . 50.00 

Kidder, Mrs. Henry P. . 100.00 

Kimball, David P. . 50.00 

Kimball, Miss Myrta . . 2.00 

Kimball, Rev. & Mrs. T. R. 100.00 
Kindergartners of Bowdoin 

School District . . . 70.00 

King, Miss Anne P. . . 5.00 

Kirstein, Mrs. Louis E. . 50.00 

Klous, Henry . . . . 50.00 

Koritzky, Albert . . . 99. 75 

Koshland, Jesse M. . . 50.00 

Koshland, Mr. & Mrs. A. . 50.00 

Ladies' Dog Club . . 1,200.00 
Lang, Mrs. B. J. . . . 5.00 
Lawrence, Mrs. Edward . 10.00 
Lawrence, Miss Sarah . . 10.00 
Lawrence School, Brookline 10.00 
Lawrence, Rt. Rev. William 25.00 
Lee, Francis W. . . . 5.00 
Lee, George C. . . . 200.00 
Lend-a-hand Club of Dor- 
chester . . . . 35 00 
Levi, Robert . . . . 25.00 
Leviseur, Mrs. Louis . . 25.00 
Lincoln, Mrs. William H. . 25 .00 

M. F. L 20.00 

Little Peoples Helping C. H. 

Club 6.00 

Money raised by Rosamond 

Lockwood and others . 51 . 12 

Lodge, Mrs. D. Morley . 5 .00 

Lodge, Hon. Henry Cabot . 10.00 

Lombard, Mrs. Percival . 10.00 
Longwood Blue Bird C. H. 

Club 100.00 

Longwood Cricket Club . 175.00 



27 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Longwood Dav School C. H 

Club . '. 
Loring, Thacher 
Loring, Judge & Mrs. Wm. C 
Lothrop, Mrs. Thornton K. 
Lothrop, Mrs. Wm. S. H. 
Lovering, Mrs. Charles T. 
Lyman, Henry 
Lyon, Miss Ruth . 
Lyon, Mrs. W. H. . 

McCall, John Henry . 
McElwaln, Mrs. W. H. 
McKey, John . 
McLaughlin, Lawrence 
McSkimmon, W. B. 
Madden, M. L. 
In memory of Richard Mann 

Spalding 
Marblehead C. H. Clubs 
Mason, Mrs. Charles E. 
Mason, Mrs. S. R. 
Massachusetts Charitable 

Fire Society 
Mather School Mothers Club 
The May School 
Mead, F. S. . 
Merriam, Mrs. Frank . 
Merrill, Mrs. J. Warren 
Middlesex Woman's Club 
Millard, E. B. . . 

Miller, David H. . 
Milton Academy, I. C. S. A 
Milton Kindergarten School 
Milton Preparatory School 
Mintz, Norman 
Mixter, Ann, Charles & 

Roger . 
Moir, Mr. & Mrs. C. B., In 

memory of son Crawford 
Monks, Mrs. George H. 
Morse, C. F. 
Morse, Mrs. Elmer H. 
Morse, Robert G. . 
Moseley, Mr. & Mrs. F 
Moses, S. Preston . 
Mothers Club of Cambridge 
Mothers of Stoughton School 

Kindergarten 
Motley, Mrs. E. P. . . 
Moynihan, Mary . 
Munday, Mr. & Mrs. E. 



Murphy, Mrs. . . . £1.00 



$IOO 


00 


Murray, Mrs. T. Morris 


100 


.00 


20 


00 


Myles'Standish C. H. Club 


106 


•5° 


25 


00 








100 


00 


Nahant Junior Girls C. H. 






25 


oc 


Club .... 1 


,036 


52 


15 


00 


Nahant Senior Girls C. H. 






IO 


7i 


Club 


275 


00 


5 


00 


Nahant Woman's Club 


10 


.00 


25 


00 


Nash, Mrs. Nellie M. . 
Neighborhood Club of East 


5 


.00 


25 


00 


Milton 


15 


00 


15 


00 


New Century Club of Mans- 






IO 


00 


field . ' . 


25 


00 


2 


00 


Newman, Mrs. Samuel J. 


10 


00 


50 


00 


New North Lend-a-Hand 






50 


00 


Club 


10 


00 






Nichols, Mrs. Arthur B. 


80 


00 


25 


00 


Noble & Greenough School . 


46 


35 


"5 


00 


Norumbega Club of Charles- 






500 


00 


town 


25 


00 


50 


00 


North Bennett Street Gym- 










nasium .... 


25 


50 


200 


00 


North Grafton Woman's 






5 


00 


Club 


5 


00 


62 


35 


Nourse, Mrs. Frederick R. . 


20 


00 


5o 


00 


Nutile, Thomas 


25 


00 


10 


00 


• 






100 


00 


Oakdale C. H. Club . 


22 


00 


15 


00 


Outlook Club of Orange 


2 


00 


5 


00 








5 


00 


Page, Mrs. Annie A. 


10 


00 


10 


CO 


Paine, John B. . . . 


100 


00 


5 


50 


Paine, Mrs. R. E. . 


25 


00 


20 


00 


Paine, William A. . 


100 


00 


5 


00 


Painters & Decorators Union 







No. 11 10.00 

6.63 Palmer, William I. . . 25.00 

Paris Street Gymnasium . 76.25 

10.00 Park, Miss Marion . . 25.00 

100.00 Parker, Mrs. Jennie B. . 40.00 

10.00 Parkman, Henry . . . 50.00 

5.00 Paul Jones Kindergarten . 1.20 

100.00 Peabody, Francis . . . 100.00 

100.00 Peabody, Mrs. Francis . . 100.00 

25.00 Peabody, George A. . . 100.00 

100.00 Penhallow, Mrs. C. S. . . 10.00 

Pepperell Woman's Club . 5.00 

10.00 Peters, Hon. & Mrs. A. J. . 25.00 

100. oc Peters, Mrs. A. J. . . . 5.00 

3.00 Peters, Mrs. William Y. . 25.00 

25. co Petri, Mrs. G. Hector . . 1.00 



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DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Phelan, Mr. & Airs. James J 


. $200 


.00 


Phi Alpha Pi Society . 


: 5 ° 


.00 


Philanthropic Fund Noem 






No. ii, U. 0. T. S. . 


100 


.00 


The Philergians 


10 


.00 


Philbrook, V. H. . 


10 


.00 


Phillips, A. V. . 


10 


.00 


Phillips Guild of Watertowr 


1 10 


.00 


Pickman, Dudley L. 


• 250 


.00 


Pickman, Dudley L., Jr. 


. 100 


.00 


Pickman, Edward M. . 


100 


.00 


The Pilgrim Story . 


■ 150 


■55 


Pilgrim Woman's Club 


. 3 


.00 


Popular Authors Literary 






Circle of Winthrop 


3 


00 


Porter, Mrs. G. M. Whidder 


1 5 


00 


Powder Point C. H. Club 


101 


00 


Preston, W. D. 


10 


00 


Proceeds, Miss Avery's lec- 






ture .... 


200 


00 


Proceeds, Carveth Wells lec- 






ture .... 


447 


68 


Prouty, Mrs. Lewis I. . 


2 5 


00 


Putnam, Mrs. J. J. 


5 


00 


R. D. Lend-a-Hand Club 






Arlington 


25 


00 


Rantoul, Mrs. Neal 


100 


00 


Ratshesky, Mr. & Mrs. A. C 


100 


00 


Ratshesky, A. C, Charity 






Foundation 


500 


00 


Ratshesky, Mrs. I. A. . 


5 


00 


Recital Club . 


15 


00 


Refund 


4 


00 


Remick, Frank W. 


100 


00 


Richardson, Mrs. F. L. W. . 


25 


00 


Richmond, J. B. . 


5o 


00 


Ripley, Alfred L. . . . 


25 


00 


Rives, Dr. William C. . 


25 


00 


In memory of Mrs. Louise 






Bertha Roberts . 


5 


00 


Rockdale Woman's Club 


5 


00 


Rogers, Dudley P. 


25 


00 


Rosenbaum, Mrs. Louis 


n 


00 


Roslindale Community Club 


10 


00 


The Roxburghe Club 


240 


00 


Roxbury Gymnasium . 


1 


00 


Roxbury Ladies Club . 


33- 


00 


Roxbury Women in Council 


125. 


00 


Rudnick, Joseph 


10. 


00 


Ruggles, Mrs. Daniel D. 


5- 


00 


Russell, Mrs. Robert S. 


50. 


00 



Sabbatia Chapter No. 124, 
O. E. S 

Sale of Mrs. Anderson's book 
"TopsyTurvy" 

Saltonstall, Mrs. Richard M 

Saltonstall, Robert 

Samoset C. H. Club 

Sampson, Miss Gertrude C 

Sanger, Sabin P. 

Sawyer, Mrs. Henry B. 

Sayles, Mrs. Robert W. 

Scheinfeldt, Jacob . 

Scheinfeldt, S. 

Scovell, C. H. 

Searles, Victor A. . 

Sears, Henry F. 

Sears, Mrs. Knyvet W. 

Sears, Philip S. 

Sears, Richard 

Sedlis, William B. . 

Sewing Circle (1907) 

Sewing Circle (1918-19) 

Sharpe, Hilda M. . 

Shaw, Mrs. G. H. . 

Shepard, Miss Emily B. 

Silva, Frank de 

Simes, Mr. & Mrs. William 

Sisterhood Temple Ohabe 
Shalom . • . 

Sisters who Visit the Sick 

Slattery, E. T., Company 

Smorgon Aid Association 

Snelling, R. P. 

Social Science Club of New- 
ton .... 

South Deerfield Woman's 
Club .... 

Spalding, Mrs. William S 

Spring, Chester C. 

St. Gabriel's C. H. Club 
(Marion) 

St. John's Sunday School 

Stearns, Mr. & Mrs. F. W. 

Stetson, Mrs. Charles L. 

Stevenson, Miss Margaret 

Stevenson, Mrs. Robert H. 

Stone, Galen L. 

Stone, Nathaniel H. 

Stone, Mrs. Philip S. 

Streeter, Mrs. Edward C. 

Sturgis, The Misses 

Sturgis, R. S. . 



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1 00 . 00 

100.00 

113. 16 

10.00 

25 .00 

25.00 

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5. era 

200 . 00 

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200 . 00 

1 00 . 00 

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15.00 

5.00 

29.00 

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10.00 
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25.00 
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200 . 00 

1 00 . 00 

2 .00 

5.00 

100.00 

25.00 



[29] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Sunbeam Club of Maiden 
Sunnybank C. H. Club 
Surgical Dressings . 
Swift, Mr. & Mrs. George H 
Sylvester, Edmund 

C. A. S 

Syrian Ladies Aid Society 

Tapley, Miss Alice P. . 
Thayer, Mrs. Ezra Ripley 
Thayer, Miss M. . 
Thomas, Mrs. W. B. . 
Thorp, Miss Alice A. . 
Thursday Morning Club of 

Great Barrington 
Torbert, Mrs. James R. 
Traiser, Charles H. 
Trinity Church 
Try Hard C. H.Club . 
Tuckerman, Mrs. Bayard, Jr 
Tuckerman, Mrs. C. S. 
Tudor, Mrs. F., Jr. 
Tudor, Mrs. H. D. 
Tuesday Club of Stockbridge 
Tyler, Mrs. John F. 



$50.00 
120.00 

22 .00 
200 . 00 
100.00 

10.00 
130.30 

200 . 00 

10.00 

1 .00 

50.00 
350.00 

5.00 

5 o° 

30.00 

20.00 

125.01 

100.00 

5.00 

3.00 
10.00 

3.00 
50.00 



Unions affiliated with Boston 

Central Labor Union . 120.00 

Unitarian Church, Jamaica 



x mill ^uunua^ uliiuui; 

Upham, George B. 


15 


.00 


Vaughan, Miss Bertha H. 


10 


.00 


Vialle, Charles A. . 


25 


00 


Vine Street Gymnasium 


50 


00 


Wakefield, Julius R. 


25 


00 


Walker, Charles C. 


10 


00 


Walker, Mrs. Harold D. 


75 


00 


Wallace, Mrs. Alice 


2 


00 


Wallace, Mrs. C. N. . 


5 


00 


Waltham Mothers Club 


5 


00 


Wanderers C. H. Club 0: 






Buzzards Bay 


100 


00 


Ward No. 4 Gymnasium 


H7 


01 


Wards (stationers) 


15 


00 


Warner, Rachel & Sturgis 


9i 


25 


Warren, Bentley W. 


25 


00 


Waterman, Mrs. C. H. 


10 


00 


Waters, Mrs. B. G. 


3 


00 


Waters, Mrs. R. P. 


5 


00 


Watson, Mrs. Thomas A. 


25 


00 



Watson, Thomas A. 

Webb, Mrs. A. G. . 

Webster, Mrs. A. G. 

Webster, Frank G. 

Webster, Airs. Frank G 

Proceeds of fair by Lois W 
Weeks & Elizabeth Hard- 
ing .... 

Weeks, W. B. P. . 

Weld, Mrs. Bernard C. 

Weld, Miss Mary . 

Welfare Trustees, Chas. A 
Dean . . ' . 

Wentworth, Mrs. C. F. 

West Acton Woman's Club 

Westborough Woman's Club 

West Newbury Woman's 
Club .... 

West Newton Woman's Ed 
ucational Club . 

West Village Woman's Club 

Wheatland, Mr. & Mrs 
Richard 

Wheatland, Mrs. S. G 

Wheeler, Mrs. A. S. 

Wheeler, Miss Helen 

Wheeler, Henry 

Wheeler, Isabelle, In memory 
of Helen A. Blanchard 

White, R. H., Company 

Whitman, Mrs. William, Jr 

Whitney, Frank N. 

Whitney, Mrs. J. C. 

Wigglesworth, Mrs 

Edward, Sr. 

Wightman, George H. . 

Williams, Mrs. Charles A. 

Williams, Miss Katharine W 

Williams, Mrs. Sydney M. 

S. P. w. . . . 

Willicotte, Miss Myra S. 
Winchendon Woman's Club 
Wing's Neck C. H. Club 
Winn, Lora B. 
Winthrop, Mrs. R. C. . 
Wisham, Mrs. C. H. . 
Women's Auxiliary to the 
Canadian Club of Boston 
Women's Italian Club . 
Wolcott, Oliver 
Anonymous .... 
Wolcott, Mr. & Mrs. S. H. . 



$25.00 

10.00 

25.00 

500.00 

500.00 



43 11 

10.00 

4-75 
500 . 00 

200 . 00 

5.00 

5.00 

20.00 

2.00 

5.00 
3.00 

25.00 
50.00 
10.00 
10.00 
100.00 

100.00 
25.00 
50.00 
20.00 
10.00 

25.00 

100.00 

25.00 

25.00 

5.00 

50.00 

1 .00 

2 .00 

702 . 00 

5.00 

1 00 . 00 

5.00 

25.00 

50.00 

50.00 

200 . 00 

500.00 



30 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Wood, Mrs. William M. 


. $200.00 


Wood, William M. 


. 200 . 00 


Woodman, Miss Mary . 


50.00 


Woodlea C. H. Club . 


• 16578 


Woods, Henry D. . 


150.00 



Woodward, Mrs. Herbert M. $5.00 
Wyman, Dr. Edwin T. . 25.00 

York Harbor C. H. Club . 327.32 



[3i] 



Subscribers to The Children's Hospi- 
tal and The Convalescent Home 
Emergency Fund 



Anonymous . 

Anonymous . 

Friends or Anonymous 

Anonymous . 

Anonymous . 

Anonymous . 

Aaron, Bertha 

Aaron, Mrs. W. . 

Aaronson, Mrs. J. 

Abraham, Mrs. Bessie 

Abraham, Pauline 

Abrams, Mrs. S. J. 

Abramson, Mrs. L. 

Ackerman, Mrs. Richard 

Adelberg, Mrs. Samuel 

Adelman, Mrs. S. 

Adler, Cora . 

Agoos, Mrs. Soloman . 

Aiken, Alfred L. . 

Albaum, Mrs. N. 

Alberts, Mrs. Pauline . 

Alexander, Lillian 

Alexander, Mrs. S. B. 

Aiken, Mrs. Leonard . 

Alland, Mrs. M. J. . 

Allen, Dr. & Mrs. Freeman 

Alper, Mrs. F. 

Alpert, Harry 

Altman, Mrs. Louis 

Altman, Rose 

Altman, Mrs. S. . 

Amalgamated Clothing 
Workers of America, John 
J. Hays, Treasurer . 

Ames, Hobart 

Amory, Marjery S. 



$37.00 Andrew, Mrs. M. 

35.00 Andrews, Mrs. H. 

7.00 Anthony, Nathan . 

2.00 Appell, Mrs. M. . 

1 .00 Applebaum, William 

1 .00 Aranson, Mr. 

1 .00 Arkin, Mrs. E. 

1. 00 Aronson, Mrs. 

2.00 Aronson, Mrs. Helen 

5.00 Aronson, Mrs. I. . 

1 .00 Aronson, Mrs. L. 

3 .00 Aronson, Mrs. Lottie 

1 .00 Aronson, Dr. Mabel R 

5.00 Aronson, Mrs. S. . 

3 .00 Aronson, W. . 

5 .00 Associated Millinery Indus- 

2.00 try of New England, 

3 .00 W. H. Sullivan 

50.00 Atwood, Mrs. Alton B. 

2.00 Aubin, Margaret H. 

1 .00 Auerbach, Mrs. B. 

1. 00 Avedon, Mrs. 

3.00 Avner, Mrs. L. 

1. 00 Axelrod, Mrs. J. . 

3.00 Axelrod, Mrs. M. 
20.00 

5.00 Bachrach, Sol. 

5 .00 S. E. B 

1. 00 In memory of Charles R 

2.00 Edwards 

10.00 Baer, Ida 

Baker, Mrs. Arthur 
Baker, Eleanor 

3.13 Baker, Airs. George B. 

500.00 Baker, Miss Loretta M. 

25.00 Baldwin, Airs. James C. T 



$2.00 
5.00 
100.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
2.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
3.00 
2 .00 
1 .00 
5.00 
2.00 
2.00 



660 . 00 

5.00 
5.00 
2.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

1 .00 
100.00 

50.00 
1 .00 

10.00 
2.00 

25.00 
5.00 
5.00 



32 



EMERGENCY FUND 



Banash, Bertha . 


$1 


oo 


Bander, Mrs. A. . 


i 


oo 


Barber, Mrs. S. . 


2 


oo 


Bargar, Mrs. 


I 


oo 


Barkhouse, Mrs. A. J. 


5 


oo 


Barnard, Pauline . 


2 


00 


Barnet, Claire Phillips 


5 


oo 


Barnet, Mrs. Hannah . 


5 


oo 


Barnet, Mrs. Lucius J. 


5 


oo 


Barnett, Mrs. 


i 


oo 


Barnett, Mrs. Charles 


i 


oo 


Barren, Mrs. J. 


i 


oo 


Barrows, Mrs. L. 


i 


oo 


Basker, Mrs. S. J. 


10 


oo 


Baumstein, Mrs. Morris 


3 


oo 


Bayley, Mrs. Martha R. 


25 


oo 


Bay State Grocery 


10 


oo 


Beal, Mrs. Benjamin . 


I 


oo 


Beal, Mrs. J. 


2 


oo 


Beal, Mrs. Walter 


IO 


oo 


Beattie & McGuire 


5 


oo 


Becker, Mrs. Anne V. 


5 


00 


Beckhard, Miss D. 


2 


oo 


Beckhard, Miss G. A. 


2 


oo 


Beckhard, Mrs. L. 


5 


oo 


Beckhard, Mrs. R. 


3 


oo 


Bell, F 


i 


oo 


Bellar, R. 


2 


oo 


Bemis, Albert F. . 


25 


oo 


Bemis, Mrs. C. M. 


2 


00 


Benari, Miss Rose 


2 


00 


Benjamin, Mrs. H. 


I 


oo 


Bennett, M. . 


I 


oo 


Berenson, Arthur 


ioo 


oo 


Berenson, Mrs. Arthur 


-10 


oo 


Bergbein, Mrs. 


I 


oo 


Berger, Mrs. E. M. . 


I 


oo 


Berger, Mrs. Emil 


I 


oo 


Berger, Mrs. Jes. 


2 


oo 


Berger, Mrs. L. 


3 


oo 


Berger, Mrs. S. 


3 


oo 


Berkman, Mrs. 


i 


oo 


Berkman, Joseph 


5 


CO 


Berkowitz, Mr. 


i 


OO 


Berkowitz, Mrs. . 


2 


OO 


Berkowitz, Mrs. . 


I 


oo 


Berkowitz, Mr. 


5 


oo 


Berkowitz, Mrs. J. 


i 


oo 


Berman, Mrs. 


i 


oo 


Berman, Morris E. 


5 


00 


Berman, Mrs. R. I. 


3 


00 


Bernhard, Louis 


5 


00 



Berns, Mrs. J. 
Bernson, Mrs. M. 
Bernstein, Mrs. William 
Berwin, Mrs. J. 
Berwin, William . 
Blank, Mrs. A. . 
Blinderman, Mrs. R. . 
Blitz, Mrs. S. 
Block, Mrs. Arthur H. 
Block, Mrs. M. . 
Block, Mabel L. . 
Bloom, Mrs. A. . 
Bloom, Mrs. William . 
Bloomberg, J. 
Blum, Mrs. . 
Blumberg, Mrs. I. 
Bock, Mrs. J. 
Bodkins, H. A. . 
Bornstein, Mrs. Bessie 
Bornstein, Mrs. J. M. 
Borofsky, Mrs. S. H. . 
Borovski, Mrs. Dora . 
Boston Lodge No. 
B. P. O. E. 



$i .oo 
I .oo 
I .oo 



School 



Mrs 



Boston Public 

Nurses 
Bothfeld, Anna E. 
Bradlee, Mr. & 

Arthur T. . 
Bradlee, Mrs. Reginald 
Friends .... 
Bradley, Peter B. & 

Robert S. . 
Brandegee, Mrs. Edward D 
Brandt, Mrs. Carl 
Brass, Rose . 
Brewster Woman's Club 
Brightman, Mrs. Bessie 
Brightman, Mrs. H. 
Brin, Alexander 
Broadley, H. R. 
Brodie Brothers 
Brody, Mrs. . 
Brody, Mrs. M. 
Broidy, Mrs. J. 
Bromfield, A. 
Bronner, Mrs. M. F. 
Bronstein, Mrs. M. 
Broudy, Mrs. M. 
Brown, Mrs. 
Brown, Albert 
Brummel, Mrs. Max 



oo 
oo 
oo 
oo 
oo 
oo 
oo 
2.00 
i .oo 
5.00 
5.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
10.00 
5.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

1,066.88 

800 . 00 
30.00 

100.00 
14.00 
17.00 

500.00 
250.00 
5.00 
1 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
5.00 
2 .00 
3.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
2.00 
1 .00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
15.00 



33 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Bunshaft, Mrs. Frances E. 


$3 -oo 


Cohen, Mrs. M. I 




#3 . 00 


Burack, Mrs. L. . 


i .00 


Cohen, Mary 


1 .00 


Burnes, Dora 


5.00 


Cohen, Mrs. Max 


1 .00 


Burroughs, Mrs. A. M. 


1 .00 


Cohen, Mrs. R. . 


1 .00 


Burtman, Mr. 


5.00 


Cohen, Mrs. S. 


1 .00 


Butters, Mrs. Annie . 


1 .00 


Cohen, Mrs. S. 


1 .00 


Buttrick, Helen B. 


250.00 


Cohen, Mrs. S. 


2.00 


Byer, Mrs. L. E. . 


3.00 


Cohen, Mrs. S. D. 


5.00 






Cohen, Sarah 


1 .00 


Cambridge Y. W. C. A. 




Cohen, Mrs. Sarah 


3.00 


Athletic Club . 


5.00 


Collection at No. 97 Mill 




Cannon, Henry P. 


25.00 


Street 


83.40 


Cantor, Mrs. S. S. 


1 .00 


Coleman, Mrs. Harry . 


5.00 


Carnensin, Max . 


1 .00 


Coleman, Mrs. S. J. 


1 .00 


Carp, Fannie L. . 


1 .00 


Comma, Mrs. 


1 .00 


Charack, Mrs. I. . 


3.00 


Conlin, Mr. . 


1 .00 


Charack, Mrs. M. 


1 .00 


Conrad, Miss Dorothy 


5 . 00 


Charack, Mrs. William 


5.00 


Conrad, Mrs. S. S. 


5.00 


Charm, Annie 


1 .00 


Coombs, Mrs. Robert 


5.00 


Chart, Nathan 


1 .00 


Cooper, Mrs. Harry D. 


5.00 


Children, Bennett School 




Cooper, Mrs. I. C. 


8.00 


District .... 


10.00 


Cooper, Jacob 


5.00 


Children of Fort Warren . 


5.00 


Cooper, Maurice . 


5.00 


Children of Griggs Road, 




Cooper, Samuel 


3.00 


Brookline .... 


67.60 


Cornez, Mrs. M. C. . 


2.00 


Children's Religious School 




Cornitz, Mr. 


•5o 


(Temple Israel) 


43-75 


Corwin, Mrs. C. . 


1 .00 


Citron, Mrs 


1 .00 


Cotting, Mrs. Charles E. 


50.00 


Coblenzer, Jane . 


1 .00 


Cotton, Mrs. B. . 


3.00 


Cochrane, Mrs. F. Douglas 


10.00 


Covich, Mrs. Louis 


1 .00 


Cogan, Mrs 


1 .00 


Covitz, Samuel 


3.00 


Cohen, Mrs 


1 .00 


Covner, Mrs. L. R. 


3.00 


Cohen, Mrs 


1 .00 


Crocker, Lyneham 


10.00 


Cohen, Mrs. A. . 


3.00 


Cunnisman, Mrs. 


1 .00 


Cohen, Mrs. A. . 


1 .00 


Curtis, Mrs. Nelson, Jr. 


10.00 


Cohen, Mrs. A. . . . 


2.00 






Cohen, Mrs. A. . . . 


1 .00 


Dach, Mrs. S. 


5.00 


Cohen, Mrs. A. K. 


10.00 


Damon, Mrs. H. H. . 


1 .00 


Cohen, Arthur D. 


2.25 


Dana, D. H. 


2.00 


Cohen, Esther 


1 .00 


Dana, Gertrude 




1 .00 


Cohen, Mrs. H. . 


1 .00 


Dana, Meyer 




5.00 


Cohen, Mrs. H. . 


1 .00 


Dana, Moses 




3.00 


Cohen, H 


5.00 


Dana, S. L. . 




5.00 


Cohen, Mrs. Ida . 


1 .00 


Dane Brothers 




1 .00 


Cohen, Ida S. 


1 .00 


Dane, Mrs. D. 




1 .00 


Cohen, Mrs. Isaac 


2.00 


Dane, I. 




2.00 


Cohen, Mrs. J. 


2.00 


Dangel, Mrs. H. 




3.00 


Cohen, Mrs. J. 


1 .00 


Daniel, Mrs. J. 




5.00 


Cohen, Mrs. Joseph P. 


3.00 


Daniels, Mrs. 




1 .00 


Cohen, Louis 


3.00 


Daniels, A. G. 




5.00 


Cohen, Mrs. Louis I. . 


1 .00 


Daniels, Miss Estelle . 


2 .00 


Cohen, Mrs. M. A. 


3.00 


Daniels, Mrs. J. 




1 .00 



34 



EMERGENCY FUND 



Daniels, Mrs. J. A. 
Daniels, Mrs. J. E. 
Daniels, Julius 
Daniels, Mrs. Max 
Daniels, Miriam C. 
Davidson, Mrs. 
Davidson, Dr. 
Davidson, Mrs. H. V 
Dean & Bloom 
DeGrost, Mrs. M. 
Dellenbaugh, Mrs. F. S., Jr 
Dettlebach, Mrs. . 
Dexter, Mrs. Philip 
Dine, Mrs. H. A. 
Dinner, Mrs. Adolph 
Donaghue, Peter J. 
Donovan, Mrs. J. F. 
Doroff, Dr. Louis A. 
Dreyer, Mrs. Charles 
Dreyfus, Mrs. Carl 
Dreyfus, Carl 
Dreyfus, Mrs. Edward 
Dreyfus, Mrs. Sidney 
Drucker, Mrs. R. 
Duke, Mrs. H. J. 

East Boston Y. M. H. A. 
East Boston Y. W. H. A. 
Ehrenfried, Mrs. A. 
Ehrlich, Mrs. A. . 
Ehrlich, Mrs. David . 
Einstein, Mrs. A. 
Einstein, Mrs. Sidney 
Eiseman, Mrs. L. 
Eisemann, Mrs. Sidney 
Eisenberg, Mrs. S. 
Eisenman, Mrs. G. 
Elite, The 
Elpert, Miss Bessie 
Emerton, Mrs. Mattie 
Endicott, Mrs. Eugene 
Endicott, William 
Epstein, Mrs. Bella 
Epstein, Mrs. Frank A. 
Epstein, Mrs. Martha 
Epstein, Mrs. R. . 
Epstein, Mrs. R. . 
Estrach, M. . 
Extein, Mrs. 



$3.00 

3.00 
1 .00 
3.00 
1 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 
2.00 
5.00 
1 .00 

25.00 
2.00 

50.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
3.00 
1 .00 

50.00 
200 . 00 

10.00 

25.00 
5.00 
1 .00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

5.00 

3.00 

3.00 

25.00 

5.00 

5.00 

3.00 

3.00 

2.00 

10.00 

500.00 

5 ,000 . 00 

•50 
10.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
3.00 
2.00 



An encouragement to Miss 

Smith .... 500.00 



Faithful Workers' Circle 

King's Daughters 
Falk, Mrs. S. 
Fearing, Mrs. Harriet 
Feather, Mrs. B. . 
Feinberg, Mrs. A. L. 
Feinberg, B. . 
Feinberg, Mrs. E. 
Feins, Mrs. Esther 
Feins, Mrs. R. 
Feldman, Mrs. F. K. 
Feldman, Mrs. 
Filene, Mrs. A. Lincoln 
Filene, Mrs. William 
Finberg, Mrs. 
Finberg, Mrs. S. . 
Fine, Mrs. D. L. . 
Fineberg, Mrs. 
Finer, Mrs. H. B. 
Finger, Miss J. 
Finke, Mrs. H. 
Finkelstein, Miss E. 
Finkelstein, Mrs. N. A 
Finkelstein, Dr. N. H. 
Finkovitch, Mrs. B. 
Finkowitch, Mrs. J. 
Finkowitch, J. 
Finn, Mrs. G. 
Fishel, Mrs. A. L. 
Fleisher, Mrs. E. . 
Flexner, Margaret F. 
Flink, Mrs. A. . 
Floshman, Jacob . 
Follis, H. B. . 
Forbes, Mrs. Allah 
Foster, Mr. & Mrs. C. H. W 
Fox, Mary V. 
Francis, Mrs. 
Frank, Mrs. Charles 
Frank Costume Company 
Frank, Flarris 
In memory of Harry A 

Frank 
Frank, Major Jacob 
Frank, Jacob A. . 
Frank, M. R. 
Frank, Max . 
Frank, Mrs. N. . 
Frank, Simon 
Frank, Mrs. Walter 
Frankel, Mrs. B. . 
Frankenstein, Mrs. Lillian 



$5.00 
3.00 

75.00 
3.00 
5.00 
1 .00 
2.00 
2 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

25.00 

50.00 
1 00 
3.00 
3.00 
1 .00 
3.00 
300 
1 .00 
1 .00 
2.00 
5.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
3.00 
1 .00 
5.00 
3.00 
5.00 
3.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

25.00 
4,850.00 
3.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
5.00 
3.00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

3.00 

10.00 

1 .00 

10.00 

5.00 

1 .00 

2.00 



35 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Frankenstein, Lina H. . $5.00 

Franklin, Mrs. Grace . . 2.00 

Freed, A. N. . . . 1 .00 

Freed, Mrs. Hymen . . 2.00 

Freedlander, Mrs. R. . . 1.00 

Freedman, Mrs. . . 1.00 

Freedman, Alfred . . 5 . 00 

Freedman, Mrs. David . 2.00 

Freedman, J., Thread Co. . 10.00 

Freedman, Mrs. M. J. . 1 .00 

Freedman, Rachel W. 5.00 

Freedman, Samuel J. . . 5.00 

Freshman, Mrs. . . 1.00 

Freundlich, Frank . . 1.00 

Friedman, A. R. . . 5.00 

Friedman, Anna . . . 1.00 

Friedman, Albert . . 5.00 

Friedman, Eleazer . . 5.00 

Friedman, Mrs. Emil . . 5.00 

Friedman, Elsie T. . . 2.50 

Friedman, Lee M. . . 25.00 

Friedman, Mrs. Max . . 5.00 

Friedman, Samuel . . 2.00 

Friedman, Sophie M. . . 2.50 



Gans, Miss Lena . . . 2.00 

Gardner, Rosaline . . 5.00 
Gas Workers Union Local 

No. 15268 .... 25 .00 

Gelfand, Mrs. I. . .' 2.00 

Gerber, Mrs. . . . 1.00 

Gerber, Dr. Samuel L. . 2.00 

Germain, Mrs. . . . 1.00 

Gersinovitch, Mrs. I. . . 3.00 

Gerstein, Mrs. . . . 1.00 

Giddon, Mrs. A. G. . . 3.00 

Giesberg, Mrs. Adolf . . 5.00 

Gilbert, Dr 3 .00 

Gilbert, Mrs. Barney . . 5.00 

Gill, J 1. 00 

Ginsberg, Mrs. . . . 1.00 

Ginsberg, Albert A. . . 10.00 

Ginsberg, Mrs. H. . . 2.00 

Ginsberg, Mrs. M. . . 1.00 

Ginsburg, Mrs. Edward . 3.00 

Ginsburg, Harris . . . 5.00 

Ginsburg, Nathan (Mrs.) . 5.00 

Ginsburg, Mrs. Paul M. . 3.00 

Ginzburg, Mrs. A. . 3.00 
Girl Scouts, Brookline, 

Troop No. 9 . . . 15.00 



■ 



Girl Scouts, Dorchester, 
Troop No. 8 . . . 

Girl Scouts, Reading, Troop 
No. 2 . 

Glaser, Mrs. . 

Glaser, A. 

Glaser, Mrs. J. M. 

Glass, Mrs. . 

Glassman, Mrs. Fanny 

Glen, Mrs. J. 

Glickman, Mrs. D. 

Gludt, Mrs. Ida . 

Godon, Rose R. . 

Goldberg, Mrs. 

Goldberg, Dr. 

Goldberg, Mrs. E. 

Goldberg, J. T. 

Goldberg, M. 

Goldberg, Mrs. M. 

Goldberg, Mrs. S. 

Goldberg, S. M. . 

Goldblatt, Rose . 

Golden, Mrs. R. . 

Golden, Mrs. T. . 

Golder Brothers . 

Goldfine, Mrs. Morris 

Goldinger, Mrs. Rose 

Goldman, A. 

Goldman, Mrs. C. 

Goldman, Mrs. Charles 

Goldman, Mrs. Edward 

Goldman, H. 

Goldman, Mrs. Hiram R. 

Goldman, Ida 

Goldman, Mary . 

Goldsmith, Mrs. E. 

Goldsmith, Mrs. S. 

Goldstein, D. 

Goldstein, Mrs. H. 

Goldstein, Hilda . 

Goldstein, Mrs. J. 

Goldstein, Meyer 

Goodman, Mrs. . 

Goodman, Mrs. Josepl 

Goodrich 

Goodrich, Mrs. Ada 

Goodwin, Mrs. Harry M. 

Gordon, Mrs. A. . 

Gordon, Mrs. A. L. 

Gordon, Mrs. Ellis 

Gordon, Mrs. J. . 

Gordon, L. D. 



#10.00 

30.00 
2.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
3.00 



.00 
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1 .00 
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10.00 
1 .00 
3.00 
1 .00 
3.00 

10.00 
1 .00 
3.00 
5.00 
2.00 
1 .00 



36 



EMERGENCY FUND 



Gordon, Mrs. Louis 
Gordon, Mrs. M. 
Gordon, Mrs. M. G. 
Gordon, Mrs. Nathan H. 
Gordon, Mrs. S. . 
Gordon, Mrs. Sara 
Gorshel, Mrs. F. T. 
Gould, Mrs. . 
Goulston, Mrs. E. S., Ji 
Goulston, Mrs. H. J. 
Grandberg Brothers 
Grass, Mrs. L. 
Gray, Mrs. Horace 
Green, Mrs. B. 
Green, Mrs. C. 
Green, Mrs. F. . 
Green, Mrs. J. 
Green, Mrs. L. 
Green, Mrs. Sidney 
Greenbaum, Mrs. Amelia 
Greenglass, F. 
Grew, Mrs. Edward S. 
Grisberg, B. . 
Grosky, Mrs. L. J. 
Grossman, Robert 
Grover, Rachel 
Gruhn, Flora 
Grunthalt, Mrs. . 
Gutterman, Mrs. L. 

Haft, Sam 
Hailparn, Mrs. A. 
Hall, Mrs. Frederick G 
Hall, Mrs. R. G. . 
Hambro, Henrietta E. 
Hamburg, Mrs. 
Hamilt, Mrs. M. . 
Harris, Linna E. . 
Harrison, Mrs. 
Harvard Church Sunda} 

School Class 12, Mrs. C 

B. Duncklee 
In memory of A. H. 
Haslet, George W. 
Hater, Mrs. M. . 
Hawes, Mrs. J. 
Hecht, Mrs. L. . 
Hecht, Louis, Jr. . 
Heller, Mrs. H. . 
Heller, S. 
Hellman, Mrs. 
Hellman, Solomon 



#1.00 Hemmel, Sarah 

2 .00 Herman, E. . 
1 .00 Herman-, Mrs. Joseph M 

50.00 Herman, Mrs. Joseph 

1 .00 Herman, Mrs. William 

5.00 Hermann, Mrs. E. 

3 .00 Herrick, Robert F., Jr 
1 .00 Hershberg, Mrs. I. 

10.00 Hershenson, A. 

1 .00 Hertz, Ida 

5 .00 Hillson, Frances C. 

3 .00 Hillson, J. 

10.00 Hirsch, Beatrice . 

3 .00 Hirshberg, Mrs. A. S. 

5 .00 Hiss, Charles E. A. 

1 .00 Hite, Mrs. 

1 .00 Hochberg, Mrs. G. 

3 .00 Hoffman, Mrs. S. 

3.00 HofTstadt, Mrs. T. 

5 .00 Holzman, Mrs. J. 

2.00 Hopkins, Roland G. 

100.00 Homer, Mrs. R. H. 

1. 00 Homeyer, Charles W., Co. 

3 .00 Hood, Mrs. Arthur N. 

10.00 Horlich, Mrs. 

1 .00 Houghton, Mrs. Clement S 

1 .00 Hoyt, Mrs. F. 

1 .00 Hunnewell, Miss Louise 
5.00 Hurwitz, William 

Hutchins, Mrs. Constan 
10.00 tine .... 

3 .00 Hyams, G. M. 

100.00 Hyman, Mrs. A. . 

1 .00 Hyman, Mrs. Annie 

2 .00 Hyman, J. 

1 .00 Hymes, Mrs. E. . 
3.00 

2.00 Anonymous . 

1 .00 Isaacs, Flora 
Isenberg, B. . 
Iskowitz, Mrs. 
150.26 

1,000.00 Jackson, Henry M. 

50.00 Jacobovitz, Mrs. L. 

1 .00 Jacobs, Mrs. David 

5.00 Jacobs, Mrs. J. B. 

2.00 Jacobs, Mrs. L. 

20.00 Jacobs, M. 

1. 00 Jacobs, Mrs. M. H. . 

1 .00 Jacobs, Mrs. Philip W. 

5.00 Jacobson, J. L. 

5 .00 Jelen, Dr. 



$1 .00 
2.00 

50.00 
5.00 

25.00 
3.00 
250.00 
1 .00 
3.00 
1 .00 
5.00 
6.00 
3.00 
3.00 
2.50 

1 .00 
3.00 

2 .00 
2 .00 
3.00 

25.00 

2.50 

10.00 

25.00 

1 .00 

1 00 . 00 

1 -75 

200 . 00 

3 .00 

25.00 
50.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

5.00 
3.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

5.00 
5.00 
3.00 
5.00 
1 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 
2.00 



37 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



A 



Aic 
A 



Jewish Anti-Tuberculosis 

Association, Mrs. N 

Adelson 
Jewish Children's 

Society, Mrs. M 

Lourie 
Jewish Children's 

Society, Mrs. N, 

Pelonsky . 
Jolles, Mrs. L. 
Jolles, Mrs. L. S. . 

Kabatznick, Mrs. 
Kaffenburgh, Mrs. Carl J. 
Kahn, Mrs. Ida . 
Kalish, Mrs. A. . 
Kalisky, Morris . 
Kallenan, Mrs. J. 
Kalman, Bessie J. 
Kamber, Mrs. Elias 
Kaplan, Mrs. 
Kaplan, Mrs. B. J. 
Kaplan, Mrs. I. . 
Kaplan, J. J. 
Katz, Mrs. Charles 
Katz, Mrs. J. 
Kellay, Mrs. 
Kelpern, Mrs. Rose 
King, Mrs. Henry P 
Kingsdale, Mrs. L. 
Kirstein, Mrs. Louis E 
Klarfeld, Mrs. H. I. 
Klayman, Mrs. 
Klein, I. A. . 
Klein, Mrs. J. B. . 
Klein, Mrs. Max . 
Koch, Mrs. H. A. 
Koff, Miss Hattie L 
Kohn, Mrs. J. 
Kontoff, L. . 
Koofman, Mrs. F. 
Koritzky, Mrs. 
Kramer, Mrs. 
Krentzman, Mr. . 
Kudish, Mrs. 
Kudish, Mrs. J. . 
Kulwinsky, Miss G. 
Kuposky, Barnett 
Kurinsky, Mrs. 
Kussell, Mrs. 

La Bell, Mrs. S. . 





Langenstein, Mrs. 


#1.00 




La Patricia Custom Corset 


#50.00 


Company . 


5.00 




Lapham, Henry G. 


100.00 




Laserson, Leon 


1 .00 


100.00 


Laub, Mrs. Sol C. 


10.00 




Law, Mrs. F. 


2.00 




Lawrence, Mrs. John S. 


100.00 


96.00 


Lawson, Maud A. 


5.00 


1 .00 


League Jewish Women's 




3.00 


Organizations, Mrs. Ely 




Feibelman, President 


10.00 


1 .00 


Leavitt, G. . . 


1 .00 


5.00 


Leavitt, Mrs. J. W. 


1 .00 


1 .00 


Leavitt, Mrs. Peter M. 


5.00 


1 .00 


Lebowich, Mrs. S. 


3.00 


1 .00 


Lebowiich, Mrs. A. 


1 .00 


5.00 


Leland, Mrs. J. D. 


3.00 


2.00 


Leland, Mrs. Lester 


2,500.00 


1 .00 


Lett, Miss Hilda T. . 


3.00 


1 .00 


Levant, Mrs. 


1 .00 


1 .00 


Leve, Mrs. Adolf . 


10.00 


3.00 


Levensohn, Mrs. Max 


3.00 


1 .00 


Levenson, Mrs. 


1 .00 


3.00 


Levenson, Aaron . 


1 .00 


10.00 


Levenson, Eva R. 


1 .00 


1 .00 


Levenson, Mrs. F. 


2.00 


3.00 


Levenson, Mrs. J. 


1 .00 


200 . 00 


Levenson, Mrs. Joseph 


2 .00 


3.00 


Levenson, Julius . 


5.00 


200 . 00 


Leventhal, R. A. . 


2 .00 


1 .00 


Levi, Miss Carrie 


3.00 


1 .00 


Levi, Mrs. Harry 


5.00 


3.00 


Levi, Robert 


15.00 


3.00 


Levick, Alfred 


3.00 


5.00 


Levin, Mrs 


1 .00 


1 .00 


Levin, I. .... 


3.00 


5.00 


Levin, Mrs. I. M. 


2.00 


3 00 


Levin, Mrs. J. S. . 


1 .00 


1 .00 


Levin, Mrs. L. . . . 


1 .00 


3.00 


Levin, Mrs. M. . 


5.00 


1 .00 


Levin, Mrs. R. . . . 


1 .00 


1 .00 


Levine, Bertha F. 


2 .00 


2.00 


Levine, Mrs. Charles . 


3.00 


1 .00 


Levine, Mrs. Edward J. 


1 .00 


1 .00 


Levine, Mrs. Florence 


2.00 


1 .00 


Levine, George 


1 .00 


1 .00 


Levine, H. M. 


1 .00 


1 .00 


Levine, Mrs. I. W. 


3.00 


2.00 


Levit, Mrs. R. 


1 .00 




Levitsky, Mrs. P. 


1 .00 


5.00 


Levy, Mrs. G. B. . 


3.00 



38 



EMERGENCY FUND 



Levy, George J. . 


$10 


.00 


Levy, Mrs. H. 


i 


.00 


Levy, Mrs. Joseph 


5 


.00 


Levy, Mrs. Will I. 


3 


.00 


Lewenberg, Annie 


2 


.00 


Lewenberg, Mrs. S. 


I 


.00 


Lewis, Mrs. . 


I 


.00 


Lewis, Mrs. George 


25 


.00 


Lewis, Mrs. J. 


2 


•5° 


Lewis, Mrs. S. 


2 


.00 


Lewis, Walter C. . 


15 


.00 


Lexington Unity Lend-a- 






Hand, Mrs. R. B. Sher- 






burne .... 


IOO 


.00 


Libby, Mrs. B. . 


3 


.00 


Liberman, Mrs. . 


2 


00 


Libman, Mrs. L. . 


2 


00 


Liebmann, Mrs. Harry 


10 


00 


Lighter, Mrs. 


I 


00 


Linsky, Mrs. Max 


2 


00 


Lipow, Mrs. A. I. 


I 


00 


Lipp, Mrs. 


2 


00 


Loewenstein, Mrs. Max 


3 


00 


Logan, Hon. Edward L. 


10 


00 


London, Mrs. C. L. 


I 


00 


London, Mrs. G. . 


3 


00 


London, Mrs. J. . 


2 


00 


London, Mrs. W. 


I 


00 


Longwood Day School 


12 


00 


Friend .... 


250 


00 


Lothrop, Miss Mary B. 


1,000 


00 


Lourie, Mrs. A. 


I 


00 


Lourie, David A. . 


25 


00 


Lourie, Mrs. David A. 


5 


00 


Loyd, Mrs. . 


1 


00 


Lubell, Anna 


2 


00 


Ludwig, Mrs. B. H. . 


2 


00 


Lurie, Mrs. Fannie G. 


1 


00 


Lyman Association, Miss 






Cora Small, Treasurer 


10 


00 


Anonymous . 


5 


00 


Lyman, Mrs. George H. 


100 


00 


Lyman, Theodore 


1,000 


00 


Lyons, Mrs. L. J. 


1 


00 


McAdams, Mr. . 


1 


00 


McDonald, Flora F. . 


5 


00 


McLellan, Mrs. R. M. 


10 


00 


Macovitz, Mrs. 


1 


00 


Mainster, Mrs. Sarah . 


3 


00 


Malkiel, Mrs. F. . 


3 


00 


Mann, Mrs. A. K. 


1 


00 



Mann, Evelyn 
Marcus, L. 
Marget, Mrs. P. . 
Markelson, Mrs. S. 
Markelson, Mrs. Paul 
Marks, Mrs. M. A. 
Marnoy, Mrs. 
Marshall, Miss Maud 
Marzynski, Dora . 
Mason, Miss Ida M. 
Mason, Mrs. L. . 
Mathison, Mrs. J. 
Mayers, Mrs. Celia 
Meltzer, Mrs. 
Meltzer, Mrs. J. . 
Meltzer, Mrs. S. . 
Meltzer, Mrs. S. . 
Meyers, Miss Celia W 
Meyers, Dr. H. . 
Michaels, Mrs. H. L. 
Michaelson, Mrs. M. 
Michelson, J. L. . 
Michelson, Mrs. M. 
Mifflin, Mrs. George H 
Miller, Charles C 
Miller, Mrs. D. 
Miller, Mrs. J. 
Miller, Mrs. S. 
Miller, Mrs. T. 
Milton, Mrs. 
Mintz, Dr. . 
Mintz, Mrs. Samuel C 
Mitchell, Samuel H. 
Mixter, Dr. & 

Charles G. 
Mock, Mrs. E. E. 
Mock, Hunt P. . 
Mock, Sara . 
Moir, Mr. & Airs. Johi 
Montague, Mrs. R. 
Moore, Mrs. Edward 
Mork, Mrs. Harry S. 
Morris, Mrs. H. G. 
Morrison, Mrs. Willia 
Morse, Mrs. J. C. 
Morse, Mrs. J. R. 
Morse, Mrs. Julius 
Morse, Myron Hillson 
Moses, Mrs. George 
Motley, Mrs. Thomas, 
Murray, Thomas W. 
Myers, Dr. H. 



Mrs. 



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5 00 
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10.00 

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3 00 

1 00 
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500 . 00 
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1 00 . 00 
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3.00 
5.00 
2.00 
10.00 
5.00 
1.50 
5.00 

100.00 
5.00 
5.00 



39 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Myers, Mrs. Harry 


• *3 


.00 


Myerson, Dr. A. . 


10 


.00 


Nadler, S. . 


5 


.00 


Naigles, Mrs. John 


1 


.00 


Nathan, Mrs. J. . 


3 


.00 


Nathan, Mrs. John 


10 


.00 


Nathan, Mrs. L. . 


1 


00 


Navison, Mrs. J. . 


3 


.00 


Neall, Mrs. Newett J. 


20 


00 


Nelson, Mrs. Fritz 


3 


00 


Nelson, Mrs. Jack 


2 


00 


Nesson, Mrs. I. 


5 


00 


Neugroschl, Clara L. . 


• 3 


00 


Newhoff, Mrs. L. 


1 


00 


Newman, Mr. 


5 


00 


Newman, Mrs. R. 


3 


00 


Nichols, Miss Grace . 


25 


00 


Niditch, Mrs. A. L. . 


3 


00 


Nittich, Mrs. J. . 


1 


00 


Noemi Lodge, Mrs. R 






Isaacs 


25 


00 


Nollman, M. J. . 


2 


00 


Noon, John J. 


2 


00 


Novick, J. L. 


1 


00 


O'Brien, Mrs. Cornelius 


2 


00 


O'Hearn, Patrick 


5 


00 


Olansky, Mrs. E. 


1 


00 


Olensky, Mrs. T. . 


1 


00 


Olive & Georgie . 


3 


00 


Olst, Mrs. Charles 


3 


00 


Oppenheim, Mrs. A. . 


3 


00 


Oppenheim, Mrs. H. . 


2 


00 


Oppenheim, Mrs. Isaac 


5 


00 


Oppenheim, Mrs. J. 


2 


00 


Ordway, Mrs. J. H. . 


5 


00 


Orkin, Mrs. Annie 


1 


00 


Osgood, Mrs. J. . 


1 


00 


Oshry, Mrs. R. . 


2 


00 


Packard, Mrs. G. F. . 


3 


00 


Anonymous . . 


100 


00 


Page, Mrs. Henry 


5 


00 


Paisner, Mrs. A. . 


1 


00 


Palmer, Bertha A. 


10 


00 


Papov, Sarah 


1 


00 


Parvey, Mrs. 


1 


00 


Pastene, Mrs. Florence 


5 


00 


Paul, Mr. 


2 


00 


Peary, Mrs. Leo . 


10 


00 


Peavin, Mrs. Fannie . 


1 


00 



Peck, William M. 
Pelletier, Joseph C. 
Pelonsky, Mrs. N. A. . 
Penn, Mrs. H. 
Perkins, Mrs. Charles E. 
Perlstein, Mrs. Anna . 
Peter Faneuil Chapter 

D. A. R. . 
Phelps, Elizabeth G., & 

Pupils 
Philanthropic Fund Noem 

No. 11, U. O. T. S. . 
Philbrook, C. F. . 
Philipps, Charles . 
Phillips, Mrs. Fred 
Phillips, Mrs. I. . 
Pickert, Mrs. L. . 
Pike, Dora 
Pinanski, Nathan 
Pinksohm, Mrs. H. 
Pollock, Dr. Jacob T. . 
Pollock, Mrs. Leon 
Polnshek, Mrs. George 
Poorvu, Mrs. H. . 
•Porter, Mrs. M. H. 
Prager, Mrs. I. K. 
Preston, Elwyn G. 
Price, Mrs. J. 
Price, Mrs. Minnie 
Pulaski, Mrs. R. . 
Pupils, Lawrence School 



Rabinowitz, Mrs. B. 
Rabinowitz, Mrs. M 
Radio, R. A. 
Rafsky, Sarah 
Rankin, Jacob 
Raphel, Sol . 
Rarven, Mrs. H. S. 
Ratshesky, Mrs. Fannie 
Raymer, Mrs. A. . 
Reingold, Mrs. R. 
Renchedz, George 
Reynolds, Philip M. 
Rhodes, Fred F. . 
Richardson, Charles O 
Richmond, Mrs. S. 
Rintels, Mrs. Etta B. 
Rittenberg, Mrs. L. 
Robbins, J. . 
Roberts, Mrs. A. . 
Roberts, Mrs. H. P. 



$5.00 

50.00 

5.00 

3.00 

100.00 

1 .00 

15.00 

5.00 

I3-40 
1 .00 
1 .00 
3.00 
3.00 
5.00 

•So 
15.00 



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.00 
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3.00 
5.00 
50.00 
3.00 
1 .00 
5.00 
10.00 

5.00 
3.00 
5.00 
3.00 
2.00 
3.00 
1 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
5.00 

100.00 
25.00 

100.00 
5.00 
2.00 
3.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 



40 



EMERGENCY FUND 



Roberts, Mrs. M. 
Robinson, Miss Jennie D. 
Robinson, Mrs. Reta 
Rockman, Mrs. 
Rogers, Mrs. Howard L. 
Rogers, Mrs. S. 
Rogovin, Mrs. B. 
Ronnie, Mme. 
Rood, Mrs. . 
Rood, Oliver 
Rooner, Mrs. 
Rosen, Mrs. H. 
Rosenberg, D. 
Rosenberg, Mrs. J. 
Rosenberg, L. 
Rosenberg, Mrs. L. 
Rosenberg, Mrs. L. 
Rosenberg, Mrs. M. 
Rosenberg, Mrs. S. 
Rosenberg, Mrs. S. 
Rosenberg, Mrs. W. 
Rosenbush, Mrs. Al. A. 
Rosenbush, Mrs. S. 
Rosenfeld, Mrs. M. S. 
Rosenfeldt, Mrs. J. 
Rosenfield, C. 
Roseniield, Mrs. N. 
Rosenthal, Mrs. F. 
Rosenthal, Mrs. L. A. 
Rosenthal, Mrs. Louis 
Rosenthal, Mrs. M. . 
Rosenthal, Mrs. Minnie 
Rosenthal, Mrs. S. 
Rosnosky, Mrs. William 
Ross, Mrs. 
Ross, Mrs. Bertha 
Ross, Mrs. Esther 
Rothenberg, Mrs. L. . 
Rothstein, Mrs. Esther 
Rottenberg, Mrs. F. . 
Roud, Mrs. M. M. 
Rouffa, S. A/ 
Roxbury Ladies Aid So- 
ciety . 
Rubenowitz, J. 
Rubenstein, Mrs. Philip 
Rubin, Mrs. . 
Rubin, Dr. 
Rubin, J. 

Rubinstein, Mrs. Grace 
Rudnick, Airs. Flora 
Rudnick, Mrs. Michael 



$3.00 Rudy, Mrs. Olie 

5.00 Runstein, Mrs. 

1 .00 Rust, Paul D. 

.50 Rutstein, Mrs. 

10.00 Ryack, Joe . 

2.00 

2.00 St. Paul's Sunday School, 

3.00 Betty M. Cutler, Treas- 

1.00 urer, Dedham . 

1.50 Sabin, Mrs. Irving 

1 .00 Safferson, Mrs. A. 

2.00 Saftel, Mrs. H. R. 

1 .00 Saklad, Mrs. William . 

3.00 Salamon, Mrs. Harry G. 

2.00 Salter, A. 

2.00 Salter, Mrs. A. 

5.00 Salter, Mrs. T. 

1 .00 Saltonstall, John L. 

1 .00 Saltonstall, Mrs. Leverett 

10.00 Samuels, Mrs. R. Z. . 

2.00 Sandler, Mrs. J. . 

5.00 Sanger, Mrs. G. . 

10.00 Sargent, Mrs. Lucius M. 

3.00 Saslansky, Mrs. . 

1 .00 Saxe, G. N. . 

1 .00 Scarlett, Miss Mary . 

1 .00 Schachter, Mrs. Rose M. 

5.00 Scheffreen, Mrs. C. 

1 .00 Scheffren, Mrs. M. 

25.00 Schein, Mrs. S. B. 

10.00 Scheinfeldt, Mrs. Jacob 

1. 00 Scheinfeldt, Mrs. L. 

1. 00 Schellenberg, Mrs. B. . 

5.00 Scher, Celia R. 

1. 00 Schiff, Mrs. Samuel 

3.00 Schlanger, Mrs. M. 

1. 00 Schmidt, Fanny S. 

1 .00 Schuster, Mrs. P. 

6.00 Schwanzenberg, Mrs. E. 

5.00 Seamon, Mrs. L. . 

3 .00 Sears, Mrs. Richard D. 

1 .00 Segal, Mrs. . 
Segal, Mrs. L. 

76.00 Seidler, Daniel 

1 .00 Seigel, Mrs. M. 

5.00 Selig, Mrs. Louis . 

3 .00 Seltzer, Mrs. 

2.00 Seskind, Mrs. Samuel . 

3 .00 Shaim, Mrs. R. 

5 .00 Shapiro, Mrs. J. S. 

3 .00 Shapiro, Mrs. M. E. . 

3 .00 Shapiro, W. . 



#5 .00 
5.00 

50.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 



10.00 
2.00 
3.00 
5.00 

1 .00 
3.00 
3.00 
2.00 
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250.00 

25 .00 

3 .00 

2 .00 
4.00 

50.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 

1 .00 
5.00 
5.00 

3 00 
1 .00 
5.00 
2.00 
3.00 
3.00 
2.00 
1 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 

500.00 

2 .00 
1 
1 
1 
1 



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1 .00 
3.00 
1 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 
3.00 



4i 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Shaw, Mrs. Quincy A., Jr. 


$50.00 


Sheehan, W. A. '. 


1 .00 


Shein, Mrs. S. B. 


5.00 


Shelley, Mrs. Charles . 


•50 


Shepard, Mrs. 


1 .00 


Shepard, Mrs. Thomas H. 


15.00 


Sherman, Mrs. A. 


3.00 


Sherman, Mrs. John F. 


3.00 


Sherman, Mrs. S. 


1 .00 


Shoninger, Charles S. . 


25.00 


Shulman, Miss Belle T. 


1 .00 


Shuman, Mrs. Samuel 


5.00 


Shuman, S. R. W. 


10.00 


Shurman, Mrs. J. 


•5o 


Shute, Mrs. Walter 


3.00 


Sickels, Mrs. A. M. . 


3.00 


Siff, Mrs. Mary L. 


2.00 


Silberstein, Philip 


3.00 


Silbert, Frances . 


2 .00 


Silk, Mrs. B. 


1 .00 


Silverman, Mrs. . 


1 .00 


Silverman, Mrs. B. 


1 .00 


Silverman, Mrs. J. J. . 


3.00 


Silverman, Mrs. Jennie 




collected by 


31.00 


Silverman, Mrs. M. 


1 .00 


Silverman, Mrs. R. 


3.00 


Simmons, Mrs. B. D. . 


1 .00 


Simon, J. 


1 .00 


Simons, Mrs. J. A. 


5.00 


Singer, Mrs. . 


1 .00 


Singer, Mrs. Samuel A. 


1 .00 


Sisson, Mrs. H. 


1 .00 


Slater, Mrs. John 


1 .00 


Slocum, Mrs. I. M. 


5.00 


Sloss„Mrs. M. C. 


20.00 


Slotnick, J 


2 .00 


Small, Mrs. H. . 


1 .00 


Smalley, Mrs. I. . 


1 .00 


Smith, Mrs. . 


2.00 


Smith, Mrs. B. . 


1 .00 


Smith, Mrs. Ben . 


2 .00 


Smith, J. Mark . . 


5.00 


Smith, Jennie 


2.00 


Friend 


5.00 


Snider, Mrs. A. . 


3.00 


Smorgon Aid Association, 




Julius Glasser, Treasurer 


25.00 


Snow, Mrs. Franklin A. 


10.00 


Snyder, Mrs. B. . . . 


1 .00 


Snyder, Elsie 


1 .00 


Snyder, Mrs. Harry S. 


1 .00 



Snyder, Jeannette 
Solomon, Mrs. I. . 
Solomon, Mrs. J. . 
Solomont, Mrs. C. 
Solomont, James . 
Solomont, Mrs. James 
Solomont, Mrs. Simon 
Somers, Mrs. H. . 
Sonnabend, Mrs. J. 
Sonsy, Mrs. T. 
Sperber, Mrs. H. . 
Sperber, Mrs. Martha 
Spillane, Leonard 
Spitz, Mrs. Henry 
Spitz, Mrs. I. D. . 
Spitz, Mary R. . 
Spitz, Mrs. Miriam 
Spitz, Mrs. Nancy 
Spunt, Mrs. A. 
Stahl, Mrs. R. . 
Stahl, Mrs. S. 
Star Furniture Company 
Starr, Mrs. L. 
Stearns, Mrs. M. L. 
Stein, Mrs. . 
Stein, S. 
Steinberg, Mrs. 
Sterling, Mrs. T. . 
Stern Made Dress Co. 
Stern, Mrs. Arthur C. 
Stern, Mrs. D. 
Stern, Mrs. Hattie S. 
Stern, Mrs. Hyman 
Stern, Mrs. J. L. . 
Sternberg, Mrs. A. 
Sternberg, Mrs. L. 
Stickney, Mrs. Mary E. 
Stone, Mrs. H. 
Stone, Mrs. H. E. 
Stone, Mrs. J. 
Stone, Mrs. J. 
Friend 
Strecker, Mrs. Charles B. 
Strock, M. . 
Sturges, Allan H. 
Suckernick, Richard 
Sullivan, Mrs. 
Supowitz, E. 
Swan, Newton & Co 
Swartz, Mrs. 
Swartz, Mrs. H. . 
Swartz, Mrs. J. 



$1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
5.00 

1 .00 
3.00 
1 .00 
3.00 
1 .00 
3.00 

15.00 
5.00 

2 .oc 
3.00 
5.00 

10.00 
2.00 
2.00 

I .00 
I .00 

5.00 

1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

5.00 
5.00 

I .00 

10.00 
1 .00 

3.00 
3.00 

1 .00 

3.00 

1 .00 
2.00 
1 .00 

3.00 

200 . 00 

10.00 

1 .00 

25.00 

3 00 
1 .00 
2.00 

10.00 
1 .00 
3.00 
3.00 



42 



EMERGENCY FUND 



Swig, Ida 


• $i 


.00 


Sydeman, Mrs. T. 


i 


.00 


Tandy, Mrs. 


i 


.00 


Tannenholz, Mrs. H. L. 


2 


.00 


Tarlin, Mrs. V. H. 


3 


00 


Taussig, Mrs. Felix 


25 


00 


Taylor, Mrs. E. . 


3 


00 


Thomas, Mrs. Isaac R. 


5o 


00 


Friend .... 


10 


00 


Thomson, Mrs. F. 


3 


00 


Thorndike, Dr. Augustus 


50c 


00 


Tiger, Mrs. H. . 


1 


00 


Tiger, Mrs. M. . 


1 


00 


Tishler, Mrs. Benjamin 


3 


00 


Tishler, Mrs. S. . 


1 


00 


Torf, Mrs. . 


1 


00 


Trickey, Mrs. Nelson P. 


10 


00 



Ulin, Mrs. Charles 
Ulin, Mrs. Isaac . 
Ulin, L. . 
Underwood, Miss 
Urrows, Mrs. I. 



Van Brunt, Mrs. Charles E 
Van Dorn, Miss Eva . 
Van Noorden, Mr. & 

Mrs. E. . 
Van Wormer, Mrs. A. 
Vorenberg, Felix . 
Vorenberg, Mrs. Felix 

Wadleigh, Mr. & Mrs. Her 

bert A. 
Wagman, Mrs. 
Waks, David 
Waldstein, Mrs. . 
Walker, Mrs. Charles C. 
Walker, Mrs. William B. 
Wallace, Mrs. Arthur . 
Wallace, Mrs. Zina 
Warren, Mrs. M. S. . 
Warsaw, S. . 
Warshauer, Mrs. J. 
Warshauer, Mrs. R. M. 
Water, John T. . 
Waterman, Mrs. . 
Waterman, Mrs. M. . 
Watertown High School 

Girls Club . 
Wax, Mrs. L. H. . 



2 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
10.00 
3.00 

449 . 20 
3.00 

200 . 00 

3.00 

100.00 

10.00 



5.00 
1 .00 
3.00 
1 .00 
50.00 
10.00 
5.00 
3.00 
3.00 
2.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
2.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

20.00 
3.00 



Wax, Mrs. S. 

Waxman, Mrs. S. 

Web, Mrs. . 

Web Pressman's Union 

No. 3 . . . 

Webster, Mr. & Mrs 

Edwin S. . 
Weeks, Hon. John W. 
Weil, Mrs. Charles 
Weiler, Mrs. Hilda K. 
Weiler, Mrs. Jason 
Wein, A. 
Weinbaum, Dora 
Weinberg, Mrs. A. R. 
Weinberg, B. 
Weinberg, Mrs. Ida 
Weinberg, Mrs. J. 
Weiner, Mrs. M. . 
Weinstein, Mrs. George 
Weinstein, J. 
Weinstein, Mrs. J. 
Weiscopf, Mrs. E. L. . 
Welch, Mrs. Francis W. 
Weld, Mrs. Stephen M. 
Welling, Annie 
Werby, Mrs. J. . 
West, Mrs. George S. 
West Roxbury Woman' 

Club . 
Whitcomb, Eleanor 
Whitcomb, Mrs. Helen 
White, Mrs. A. . 
White, L. 
White, Miss Lilly 
Whitman, Mrs. M 
Whitney, A. E., & J 

Squire 
Wilcox, Miss Lillie 
Willett, William W. 
Williams, Mrs. J. G. 
M. W. . . * . 
Williams, Mrs. Moses 
Wilson, Harry A. 
Wilson, Dr. Wilford R 
Wing, Mrs. Daniel G. 
Winkler, Harriette 
Winsky, Mrs. 
Wit, Mrs. I. . 
Wolf, Mrs. B. 
Wolfe, Mrs. R. 
Wolfer, Mr. . 
Wolfson, Mrs. 



$3 .00 
5.00 
2.00 

100.00 

500.00 

200 . 00 

10.00 

2 .00 
3.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
3.00 
1 .00 
3.00 
1 .00 
3.00 
1 .00 

100.00 

100.00 

2.00 

2.00 

50.00 

6.30 
2.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
2.00 
5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

100.00 

2.00 

25.00 

25.00 

5.00 

5.00 

500.00 

3.00 

1 .00 

3 .00 
10.00 

1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 



43 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Wollaston Union Congrega- 
tional Church, Woman's 

Guild #25 .00 

Wolper, Dr 2.00 

Wolper, Mrs. Isaac . . 5.00 
Women's Scholarship Asso- 
ciation, Mrs. L. Rosen- 

feldt 18.00 

Wrenn, Philip W. . . 250.00 

Wyner, Mrs. George . . 5.00 

Wyner, Mrs. H. . 1.00 

Wyner, Reuben . 5.00 

Wyzanski, Mrs. Charles E. 5.00 

Wyzanski, Mrs. I. L. . . 2.00 

Wyzanski, Mrs. M. E. . 10.00 

Wyzanski, Mrs. Morris . 5.00 

Yaffe, Mrs. George . . 5.00 

Yaffe, Hyman . . . 2.00 



Yaffe, R 


$1 .00 


Yorks, Mrs 


5.00 


Yorkshire Terrier Club 




of America, Wm. T. 




Stephens, Treasurer 


10.00 


Young, Mrs. B. L. 


200 . 00 


Yozell, Mrs. H. . 


1 .00 


Zablotsky, Mrs. . 


1 .00 


Zaff, Mrs 


2.00 


Zakon, Mrs 


5.00 


Zallen, Mr 


•50 


Zanditon, H. ... 


2.00 


Zanditon, Mrs. H. 


5.00 


Ziegel, Mrs. L. 


10.00 


Zielman, Mrs. M. 


3.00 



Sundry Collections 



3,458.61 



44 



Subscribers to The Children's Hospi- 
tal and The Convalescent Home 
Endowment Fund 

New Subscriptions and Payments on Account of Previous 

Subscriptions 



Anonymous . . . . $1.00 

Abbott, Miss Eleanor . . 25.00 

Allen, Mrs. William L. . 5.00 

Ames, Mrs. F. Lothrop . 250.00 

Ames, Mr. &Mrs. Winthrop 500.00 

Blackinton Mothers' Club 12.00 

Boit, Mrs. John E. . . 50.00 

Bowker, Mrs. W. H. . . 50.00 

Brooks, Mrs. Shepherd . 5,000.00 

Carlyle, Patterson Co. . 25.00 

Childs, Mrs. Edmund S. . 10.00 

Friend 25.00 

Clark, Cecil . . . . I .00 
Coonley, Mr. & Mrs. 

Howard K. 250.00 

Currier, Mrs. Anna H. . 10.00 

Curtis, Mrs. Horatio G. . 1,000.00 

Daland, Mrs. Tucker . . 50.00 

Dickerson, Mrs. Stephen A. 5.00 

Dodge, Mrs. Edwin F. . 175.28 

Dumaine, F. C. . . . 1,000.00 

Emmons, R. W., 2d, Treas- 
urer 4,582.50 



Fitzgerald, Mrs. William F. 
Foot, Dr. N. Chandler 



Gammon, Beatrice 
Green, Robert E. 



10 


00 


So 


00 


3 


05 


2 


50 



Ham, Guy A. . . $10.00 

Harding, Mrs. Edward . 10.00 

Hegarty, Marion L. . . 5. 00 

Friend 500.00 

Hornblower, Henry . . 2,500.00 

Kidder, Mrs. Henry P. . 880.80 

Lothrop, Thornton K., Jr. 50.00 

Luce, Matthew . . . 50.00 

Mansfield Central Congre- 
gational Church . . 1-55 
Martin, John J. . . . 25.00 
Mason, Mrs. Charles E. . 1,000.00 
Minot, Mrs. Charles S. . 60.00 
Monks, Dr. & Mrs. 

George H. 5,000.00 

Monks, Mrs. Lester H. . 5.00 

Motley, Mrs. Edward . 100.00 

Murphy, Inez . . . 1.00 

Nurses Alumnae Association 602 . 10 



Parker, J. Harleston . 
Parker, Mrs. William A. 
Patten, Mrs. William S. 
Phelan, Mr. & Mrs 

James J. . 
Pickman, Dudley L., Jr. 

Reynolds, Mrs. Edward 
Russell, Mrs. Richard S. 
Russell, Mrs. William A. 



200 . 00 

100.00 

50.00 

1,250.00 
2,000.00 

25.00 
1 ,000 . 00 
2,500.00 



45 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Saltonstall, Mrs. Philip L. 


$10 


00 


Sargent, Mrs. Francis W. 


2,000 


00 


Smith, Emily H. . 


5 


00 


Spaulding, William S. 


1,000 


00 


Starrett Fields, Inc. 


12 


00 


Talbot, Mrs. Fritz B. . 


25 


00 


Tracy, Lewis E. . 


10 


00 


Trainer, Miss (clinic) . 


6 


52 



Von Moltke, Countess 

Waban Union Church 
School .... 

Wellington Woman's Club 

Whiteside, Mr. & Mrs. 
Alexander .... 

Whitney, Mrs. Geoffrey G. 

Winslow, Mrs. J. Devereux 



$500.00 



15.00 
100.00 

600 . 00 
200 . 00 

20.00 



Union Church Sunday 
School, Beginners' De- 
partment .... 



10.00 



46 



Report of Welfare Committee 

Under the Direction of Miss Ida C. Smith, Superintendent 



Officers 



Mrs. Frederick S. Mead, Chairman 
Mrs. Gordon Abbott, Secretary Mrs. Richard S. Russell, Treasurer 



Committee Members 



Mrs. F. Lothrop Ames 
Mrs. Robert Amory 
Mrs. Larz Anderson 
Mrs. John W. Bartol 
Mrs. George M. Baker 
Miss Rosamond Bradley 
Mrs. J. Lewis Bremer 
Mrs. William W. Caswell 
Mrs. Harold J. Coolidge 
Mrs. Francis B. Crowninshield 
Mrs. E. W. Cumming 
Mrs. Charles P. Curtis, Jr. 
Mrs. Clarence R. Edwards 



Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Miss 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 



Elv Feibelman 
Henry S. Hall 
Sydney Hosmer 
George H. Lyman 
Robert W. Means 
Mary Meehan 
George H. Monks 
Robert C. Morse 
Francis E. Slattery 
William Sutton 
Nathaniel Thayer 
William Troy 
H. Parker Whittington 



During the second year of its existence the Welfare Com- 
mittee has continued its efforts to make The Children's Hos- 
pital and Convalescent Home better known to that part of the 
public that was ignorant of their needs. There has been one 
resignation, Mrs. Daniel Frank, who has moved away from 
Boston. Her place has been taken by the President of The 
League of Jewish Women, Mrs. Ely Feibelman. 

As a result of the interest aroused by the Welfare Committee 
many friends have been made for the Hospital, and without 
begging, $20,000 has been contributed to the Hospital and 
Home, besides donations of supplies and gifts which appear 
under other heads in the Treasurer's report. 



47 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Financial Statement 

Mrs. Richard S. Russell, Treasurer 

An arrangement has been made between the Welfare Com- 
mittee and Mrs. Monks, representing The Convalescent Home, 
and authorized by the Finance Committee of the Hospital, 
that the division of funds between the Hospital and the Home 
should be based on a proportion of their respective budgets, 
and that one-fifth, therefore, of the amounts received should 
go to the Home and four-fifths to the Hospital, unless other- 
wise designated by the donor. 

Disbursements $1,395.90 

Receipts through Welfare Committee 

General receipts $4,154.36 

Gifts from Jewish Charities 1,000.00 

Memorial beds 3,000.00 

Gymnasium fund 793-49 

Annual subscriptions 317.00 

Sale of Mrs. Anderson's book 574.00 

Lectures 447.68 

Surgical dressings 22.00 

Memory day 2,200.00 

$12,508.53 
Receipts through C. H. Clubs 7,832.97 

Total $20,341.50 

Respectfully submitted, 

KATHERINE ABBOTT. 



48 



Committee of Occupational Therapy 

Workers 



Mrs. H. S. Hall Chairman 

Mary C. Ray Salaried aide 

Elizabeth Fish ' . . Volunteer aide 

Phyllis Fitch Volunteer aide 

Volunteers for Wards. 

Mrs. Frederick S. Anable Dorothy Johnson 

Lillian Arnold Eleanor Jones 

Annie Barton Beryl H. Kimball 

Marion Brooks Ruth Linscott 

Bertha Burger Mrs. Frederick Matthews 

Emma C. Byam Ellen J. Meagher 

Elizabeth Carrington Ethel Morse 

Mrs. Elliott Church Ruth Nelson 

Priscilla Clapp Jane Norton 

Elizabeth Cole Margaret Norton 

Beatrice Crane Priscilla Pollard 

Josephine Crocker Louise Ramseyer 

Katherine Crocker Mrs. George R. R. Rivers 

Ruth Dimick Betty Smith 

Katherine Evans Charlotte Smith 

Lucy C. Fisher Edith Sturgis 

Isabel Galligher Francis Sturgis 

Mrs. Gibson Priscilla Thayer 

Mrs. J. Grabfield Mrs. Alden Thorndike 

Anna Hall Elizabeth Thorndike 

Mrs. Freeman Hinckley Constance Vaillant 

Mrs. B. L. Hinson Lucia Wheatland 

Mrs. Robert Holmes Emily Winslow 

Katherine Howard Nathalie Winslow 

Vera Howell Burnett Yerxa 

Clemence Jeffries Elizabeth Zerrahn 
Barbara Johnson 



49 



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Report of the Medical Staff 

For the Year ending December 31, 1921 



Hospital 

Remaining by last report 134 

Admitted: 

Surgical 1,191 

Medical 703 

Orthopedic 847 

Throat 2,381 

Total admitted 5, 122 

Treated 5,256 

Discharged 5,145 

Remaining in 

Hospital days 48,051 

Daily average 129 + 

Whole number treated to January 1, 1922 61,608 

Number of operations: 

Surgical 1,033 

Orthopedic 522 

Throat 2,882 

Total number of operations 4,437 

Out-Patient Department 

New cases: 

Medical 5,015 

Surgical 2,297 

Orthopedic ' 853 

Lateral curvature 62 

Infantile paralysis cases 184 

Throat 2,833 

Dental 220 

Neurological 322 

Paralytic cases 114 

Gynecological 35 



Total number of new cases IJ ,935 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Out-Patient Department — Concluded 

Whole number of visits: 
Medical .... 
Surgical .... 
Orthopedic 

Lateral curvature 

Infantile paralysis cases 
Throat . 
Dental . 
Neurological . 

Paralytic cases 
Gynecological 



15,927 
8,685 
4,5io 
2,429 

4,333 

4,877 

530 

576 

5,329 
142 



Total number of visits 47,33§ 



Social Service Department 

New cases .... 
Total number of visits 



409 

2,750 



52 



Medical Department 



THERE has been little change in the type of work done by 
the medical service during the past year. The Out-Patient 
Department showed a marked increase in attendance. The 
number of new patients admitted was 5,015, compared with 
4,887 in 1920. The chief increase was in the number of revisits, 
— 10,912 in 1921, compared with 10,087 m 1920. The average 
daily attendance for the year was 52. 

The number of patients receiving treatment in the wards was 
127 less in 1921 than during 1920. 

A number of changes have been made in the general organiza- 
tion of the Out-Patient Department. Such changes were intro- 
duced to facilitate both the treatment of patients and teaching. 
Thus far the results have been entirely satisfactory. 

Teaching of graduate and undergraduate students has been 
carried on, both in the Out-Patient Department and in the 
wards, as heretofore. 

During the latter part of the year a resident staff system was 
introduced. A system of this kind offers the advantage of 
having on continuous service men of training and experience, 
who can assume positions of responsibility in the administra- 
tion of the service. This system has been adopted by most 
teaching hospitals, and has been generally satisfactory. 



Medical Cases treated in the Out-Patient 
Department 

Congenital Malformations 

Asymmetry of skull . 

Cleft palate 

Harelip 

Harelip and cleft palate 

Spina bifida 

Obliteration of bile ducts 



6 



53 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Diseases of the Newborn 

Prematurity 6 

Icterus neonatorum I 

Atelectasis I 

Hemorrhagic disease of newborn I 

9 

Diseases of Nutrition 

Inanition 302 

Rickets 199 

Scurvy 55 

556 

Diseases of Nose, Throat, Larynx and Trachea 

Epistaxis 10 

Deviated septum 5 

Adenoids 164 

Nasopharyngitis 965 

Hay fever 3 

Foreign body in nose 2 

Nasal polyp 3 

Peritonsillar abscess 3 

Retropharyngeal abscess 4 

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils 225 

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils and adenoids . . . .314 

Tonsillitis 474 

Frontal sinusitis 4 

Laryngitis 34 

Laryngeal stenosis , 1 

Tracheitis 12 



Diseases of Bronchi, Lungs and Pleura 

Asthma 
Bronchitis . 
Bronchiectasis . 
Pneumonia, lobar 
Pneumonia, broncho 
Pleurisy, dry 
Pleurisy, serous 
Pleurisy, purulent 
Thickened pleura 
Tracheobronchial adenitis 
Lung abscess 



Diseases of the Digestive Tract 

Difficult dentition 
Carious teeth 
Pyorrhea alveolaris 
Stomatitis . 
Geographic tongue 
Vincent's angina 
Stricture of esophagus 



63 

S09 

1 

37 
24 

4 

3 

11 

3 
6 



38 
244 

15 

79 

1 
1 
3 



2,213 



662 



54 






MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

Diseases of the Digestive Tract — Concluded 

Regulation of feeding 1,101 

Pyloric spasm 31 

Pyloric stenosis 14 

Recurrent vomiting 16 

Indigestion, general 265 

Indigestion, overfeeding (as a whole) 29 

Indigestion, fat 39 

Indigestion, carbohydrate 103 

Indigestion, protein 5 

Indigestion with fermentation 103 

Infectious diarrhea 24 

Appendicitis 27 

Colitis 1 

Constipation 165 

Gastritis 2 

Gastroenteritis 5 

Foreign body in gastro-intestinal tract 1 

Prolapse of rectum 10 

Pruritus ani 2 

Anal fistula 3 

Incontinence of feces I 

Fecal impactions 1 

Intestinal parasites 68 

Infectious jaundice 36 

Megalocolon 2 

Cirrhosis of liver I 

Umbilical hernia 54 

Inguinal hernia 24 

Diseases of the Genito-Urinary System 

Nephritis 39 

Pyelitis 105 

Enuresis 223 

Renal stone 2 

Vaginitis 25 

Urethritis I 

Vulvitis I 

Balanitis 4 

Urinary disturbances, unclassified 17 

Phimosis 52 

Adhesions of clitoris 3 

Hydrocele II 

Hypospadias 2 

Undescended testes 1 

Diseases of the Circulatory System 

Acute endocarditis 28 

Congenital heart disease 35 

Chronic valvular disease 127 

[55] 



2,5H 



496 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Diseases of the Circulatory System — Concluded 

Myocarditis 3 

Anemia 29 

Pericarditis, dry 2 

Pericarditis, serous I 

Hemophilia I 

Specific Infectious Diseases 

Typhoid fever 6 

Rheumatic fever 86 

Malaria 6 

Congenital syphilis 65 

Scarlet fever 10 

Diphtheria, faucial 20 

Diphtheria, nasal 12 

Measles 12 

Measles, German 6 

Whooping cough 65 

Mumps 10 

Chicken pox 37 

Tuberculosis 

Pulmonary 77 

Miliary 3 

Tuberculosis of peritoneum 6 

Tuberculosis of ankle 1 

Tuberculosis of hip 7 

Tuberculosis of spine 2 

Tuberculosis of knee 2 

Tuberculosis of digits 1 

Diseases of the Nervous System 

Backward speech 4 

Cerebral tumor 1 

Chorea 106 

Deaf mute 1 

Encephalitis 3 

Feeble-mindedness 46 

Epilepsy 25 

Habit spasm 29 

Hydrocephalus 10 

Hysteria 3 

Idiocy 2 

Idiocy, Mongolian 16 

Idiocy, amaurotic I 

Idiocy, microcephalic II 

Insomnia 2 

Meningitis, meningococcus 4 

Meningitis, tuberculous 3 

Migraine 1 



226 



335 



99 



56 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

Diseases of the Nervous System — Concluded 

Nervous child 44 

Neuralgia 3 

Neurasthenia 1 

Neuritis I 

Night terror 11 

Paralysis, facial 3 

Paralysis, infantile 17 

Paralysis, obstetrical 2 

Paralysis, post-diphtheritic 8 

Paralysis, spastic 16 

Reflex convulsions 45 

Spasmophilia 24 

Spasmus nutans . 1 



444 



Diseases of the Skin 

Alopecia areata 11 

Chilblains 2 

Dermatitis 57 

Dermatitis venenata 25 

Eczema 312 

Erysipelas 2 

Erythema 7 

Furunculosis 46 

Heat rash 2 

Herpes 15 

Ichthyosis I 

Impetigo contagiosa 208 

Insect bite 27 

Intertrigo 16 

Keratosis pilaris 2 

Lupus 1 

Molluscum contagiosa 1 

Naevi 2 

Paronychia 1 

Pediculosis capitis 41 

Pityriasis rosea 6 

Pompholyx 1 

Psoriasis 5 

Ringworm 34 

Seborrhea 17 

Scabies 93 

Scleroderma 1 

Urticaria 25 

Warts 4 

Diseases of the Bones ; Joints and Muscles 

Infectious arthritis n 

Myositis 6 

Scoliosis 21 

[S7l 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Diseases of the Bones, Joints and Muscles — Concluded 

Sacro-iliac synchondrosis i 

Synovitis i 

Diseases of the Eye and Ear 

Blepharitis 8 

Conjunctivitis 39 

Corneal ulcer 1 

Eyestrain 18 

Foreign body in eye 2 

Hordeolum 9 

Keratitis 2 

Myopia ' 1 

Strabismus 7 

Cerumen, impacted 6 

Deafness 2 

Mastoiditis 5 

Otitis media 417 

Diseases of the Lymphatic System 

Axillary adenitis 1 

Cervical adenitis 104 

Inguinal adenitis 3 

Mediastinal adenitis I 

Mesenteric adenitis 8 



Unclassified 

Abscesses, unclassified 12 

Acid intoxication 2 

Anaphylaxis (food) 9 

Angioma 2 

Angioneurotic edema 5 

Backward development 1 

Cretinism 8 

Delicate child 4 

Diabetes mellitus 3 

Enlarged thymus 10 

Hematoma 1 

Hypopituitarism 4 

Hyperthyroidism 1 

Masturbation 8 

Obesity 6 

Purpura 8 

Rabies 1 

Regulation of hygiene 16 

Regulation of habits 8 

Vaccination 533 

Eloped 13 

[58] 



40 



517 



117 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

Unclassified — Concluded 

No disease 158 

Referred to other departments or hospitals . . . .12 

825 

Total 10,024 

New cases 5,01 5 

Secondary diagnosis 5>°°9 

10,024 



Medical Diseases treated in the Wards 

Congenital Malformations 

Chondrodystrophy 



Diseases of Nutrition 

Inanition 

Rachitis 

Scurvy 



Diseases of Nose, Throat, Larynx and Trachea 

Adenoids 

Nasopharyngitis 

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils . 

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils and adenoids 

Tonsillitis 

Retropharyngeal abscess .... 



Diseases of Bronchi, Lungs and Pleura 

Asthma .... 
Bronchitis 
Pneumonia, lobar . 
Pneumonia, broncho 
Pleurisy, dry . 
Pleurisy, serous 
Pleurisy, purulent 
Lung abscess . 



Diseases of the Digestive Tract 

Stomatitis 
Vincent's angina . 
Stricture of esophagus . 
Regulation of feeding . 
Recurrent vomiting 
Indigestion, general 
Indigestion, fat 



7 
15 

10 
2 
43 



25 
33 
77 
17 
2 

5 
9 
2 
— 170 



1 

5 
2 

38 

4 



59 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Diseases of the Digestive Tract 

Indigestion with fermentation 

Infectious diarrhea 

Appendicitis . 

Constipation . 

Gastroenteritis 

Tapeworm 

Intussusception 

Infectious jaundice 

Sigmoiditis 

Rectal polyp . 

Banti's disease 



Concluded 



3 
16 

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5 

2 

3 
3 

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Diseases of the Genito-Urinary System 

Nephritis 37 

Pyonephrosis I 

Sarcoma of kidney 5 

Tuberculosis of kidney 1 

Renal stone 2 

Pyelitis 28 

Enuresis 2 

Vaginitis 2 



Diseases of the Circulatory System 

Congenital heart disease 
Acute endocarditis 
Chronic valvular disease 
Pericarditis, dry . 
Pericarditis, serous 
Myocarditis . 
Anemia . 
Lymphatic leukemia 



6 
37 
4i 

6 

3 
5 
4 
1 



Specific Infectious Diseases 

Typhoid fever 7 

Rheumatic fever 10 

Congenital syphilis 17 

Malaria 3 

Measles 3 

Chicken pox 2 

Tuberculosis 

Pulmonary 9 

Tuberculosis of peritoneum 5 

Tuberculosis of pleura 2 

Tuberculosis of spine I 



119 



- 78 



103 



42 



17 



60 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 



Diseases of the Nervous System 

Cerebral abscess . 

Cerebral hemorrhage 

Cerebral tumor 

Chorea . 

Deaf mute 

Encephalitis . 

Epilepsy 

Feeble-mindedness 

Habit spasm . 

Hydrocephalus 

Idiocy, microcephalic 

Idiocy, Mongolian 

Meningitis, meningococcus . 

Meningitis, influenza bacillus 

Meningitis, tuberculous 

Mental retardation 

Myelitis, transverse 

Myelitis, traumatic 

Paralysis, facial 

Paralysis, infantile 

Paralysis, post-diphtheritic 

Paralysis, spastic . 

Progressive muscular dystrophy 

Reflex convulsions 

Tetanus 



Diseases of the Skin 



Acrodynia 

Dermatitis venenata 
Eczema . 
Erythema 

Impetigo contagiosa 
Scabies . 
Scleroderma . 
•Urticaria 



Diseases of Bones, Joints and Muscles 

Infectious arthritis 

Teno-synovitis 

Myositis ossificans 

Epiphysitis of hip 



3 
I 

7 
3i 

1 
12 

17 
6 

1 
1 
2 
1 
6 
1 

13 
2 
2 
1 
2 

12 
3 
4 
1 

10 
1 



141 



16 



Diseases of the Eye and Ear 

Astigmatism .... 
Diplopia .... 

Otitis media .... 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Diseases of the Lymphatic System 

Adenitis, cervical 

Adenitis, tuberculous mediastinal 
Status lymphaticus .... 
Sarcoma of mesenteric glands 



Unclassified 

Acid intoxication 

Autointoxication 

Diabetes mellitus 

Hyperthyroidism 

Hypopituitarism 

Masturbation 

Multiple sclerosis 

Obesity . 

Purpura . 

No disease 

Transferred to other departments of the Hospital 



6 
16 

2 



— 4 8 

Total 822 

New cases 703 

Secondary diagnosis 119 

822 



62 






Surgical Department 



THE volume of work in the Surgical Department shows 
an increase in every branch. The character of the work 
is shown in the statistical tables. 

Certain general facts may be of interest. During the year 
the number of cases of tuberculous glands of the neck showed 
a definite increase, and especially during the latter portion 
of the year. Many of the cases seemed unusually severe. It 
seems likely that economic conditions following the war have 
produced a somewhat less carefully guarded milk supply. 

The number of operations for hernias has decreased slightly. 
Each year about two hundred children are cured of their hernias 
which if neglected would be a constant source of danger to 
their lives. From an economic standpoint the cure of hernia 
among children is one of the most useful functions of the Hos- 
pital. It is, however, such a matter of routine that it is often 
overlooked. 

Children with harelip and cleft palate are brought to the 
Hospital from all of New England and the Provinces. The 
results are most gratifying. 

The increase in the number of cases of intussusception 
treated during the year is gratifying, because it indicates that 
this most terrible of the emergencies of infancy is being more 
frequently and more promptly recognized, and that the chil- 
dren are being sent to the Hospital while there is still a chance 
of curing them. 

Among the most gratifying of all the groups of cases treated 
are those of pyloric stenosis, in which the outlet of the stomach 
is so narrowed as to prevent the normal passage of food from 
it to the bowel. By a simple operation the outlet may be so 
enlarged as to allow proper action of the stomach and bowels. 
The change from constant vomiting and consequent starva- 
tion comes almost immediately and seems at times miraculous. 

Transfusion of blood has been done during the past year a 
little more often than before. In the hemorrhages of the new- 

[63] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

born prompt transfusion is an almost certain cure. It is im- 
portant that the seriousness of any bleeding within the first 
few days of life should be recognized and treated immediately. 
The amount of blood lost may at first be trifling, but the fact 
of the bleeding indicates that severe hemorrhage may occur 
at any minute, owing to the lack of certain elements in the 
blood which a transfusion will supply. 

In hemophilia, a most distressing inherited condition, trans- 
fusion has proved beneficial at the time of any bleeding, but 
the good effects are not lasting. In general, the field of useful- 
ness of transfusion is becoming defined. 

Last year the mortality reported was only 5 per cent, in spite 
of the desperate nature of many of the cases treated. This year 
the mortality has been 6.9 per cent, which is lower than in any 
recent years except 1920. 

A study of our statistics shows that there were 11 deaths 
among 65 cases of empyema. These abscesses about the lung 
after pneumonia are very fatal in young babies. Empyema, 
however, develops very rarely among children brought up in 
good hygienic surroundings, with plenty of sunlight and fresh 
air. The mortality from empyema is one of the penalties of 
crowded city life. 

Severe burns, severe infections, malignant tumors and serious 
congenital malformations are among the chief causes of mor- 
tality. In some conditions the hope of lowering the death rate 
is slight, but there are many conditions in which the education 
of the public, the knowledge of the family physician, and the 
facilities offered by the Hospital may yield the constantly 
improving results of treatment for which all are striving. 

In the Out-patient Department little that is new can be 
reported. The year has been more busy than ever before. 
Among the useful functions of the department has been the 
removal of many birthmarks. 

The Social Service and the volunteer workers offer invaluable 
aid. Their services are gratefully acknowledged. 

The appended chart shows the growth of the Surgical De- 
partment since moving into the new Hospital. 



64 



SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 



HOUSE CASES 


OPERATIONS 


NEW CASES 
OUT PATIENT DEPT. 


TOTAL VISITS 
OUT PATIENT DEPT 


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1100 


















1100 


















2400 




































1000 


















1000 


















2200 




































900 


















900 


















2000 




































800 


















800 


















1800 


















8000 


















700 


















700 


















1600 


















7000 


















GOO 


















600 


















1400 


















6000 


















500 


















500 


















1200 


















5000 


















400 


















400 


















1000 


















4000 


















300 


















300 


















800 


















3000 


















200 


















200 


















600 


















2000 


















100 


















100 


















400 


















1000 



















Surgical Diseases treated in the Out-Patient 

Department 



Respiratory System 

Empyema 

Pyopneumothorax 

Pneumonia . 

Bronchitis 

Foreign body in chest 

Foreign body in lung . 



Alimentary System 

Tonsillitis 

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils 

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils and adenoids 

Peritonsillar abscess 

Retropharyngeal abscess .... 

Pyloric stenosis 

Pyloric spasm 

Indigestion 

Regulation of feeding .... 

Appendicitis 

Peritonitis, general 

Peritonitis, tuberculous .... 
Intestinal obstruction .... 

Intestinal parasites 

Foreign body in gastro-intestinal tract . 

Colitis 

Meckel's diverticulum .... 

Intussusception 

Constipation 



4i 

i 
6 

4 
i 
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54 



21 

15 

40 

5 

9 

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2 

6 

7 

57 

i 

3 

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12 
I 
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7 



[65 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Alimentary System — Concluded 

Incontinence of feces I 

Prolapse of rectum 23 

Rectal polyp I 

Ischio-rectal abscess 10 

Hemorrhoids 1 

Fissure in ano 6 

Recto-vaginal fistula I 



Genito-Urinary System 

Pyelitis 

Enuresis 

Ruptured kidney 

Retention of urine 

Cystitis 

Bacilluria 

Renal stone . 

Edema of scrotum 

Stricture of meatus 

Epididymitis 

Urethritis 

Balanitis 

Varicocele 

Phimosis 

Undescended testes 

Hydrocele 

Abscess of vulva 

Vaginitis 

Adhesions of clitoris 

Mastitis 

Abscess of breast 



Nervous System 

Speech defect 
Hysterical aphonia 
Infantile paralysis 
Obstetrical paralysis 
Meningitis . 
Hydrocephalus 
Tetanus 



2 
11 

2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 
5 
1 

324 
23 
56 

4 

2 

3 
2 



Lymphatic System 

Lymphadenitis, axillary 9 

Lymphadenitis, cervical 224 

Lymphadenitis, cervical with abscess 13 

Lymphadenitis, epitrochlear 1 

Lymphadenitis, femoral 10 

Lymphadenitis, inguinal 14 

Lymphadenitis, mesenteric 2 



250 



448 



20 



273 



66] 



SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 

Cardio-Vascular System 

Hemophilia 4 

Rectal hemorrhage I 

Hemorrhagic disease of newborn i 

6 

Diseases of Skin and Cellular Tissues 

Carbuncle I 

Contracture from burns 4 

Dermatitis 3 

Eczema 9 

Epidermophyton 4 

Furunculosis 57 

Herpes 2 

Impetigo 20 

Ingrowing toe-nail 1 

Insect bite 3 

Keloid 1 

Paronychia 10 

Papillomata 2 

Psoriasis I 

Ringworm 6 

Scabies • 5 

Urticaria 3 

Warts and moles 15 



Osseous System 

Alveolar abscess 5 

Arthritis of finger (traumatic) 1 

Epiphysitis of femur I 

Epiphysitis of humerus .' I 

Exostosis of sacro-iliac synchondrosis 1 

Exostosis of femur 1 

Osteomyelitis 8 

Periostitis 2 

Tuberculosis of mandible 1 

Tuberculosis of wrist 1 

Tuberculosis of digits 7 

Tuberculosis of spine 3 

Tuberculosis of hip 1 

Tuberculosis of knee 1 



Muscles, Tendons and Fascia 

Abscess of abdominal wall 1 

Bursitis 3 

Ganglion 4 

Myositis 2 

Tenosynovitis 6 



137 



34 



16 



67 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Hernia 



Inguinal 

Inguinal and umbilical 

Umbilical 

Epigastric 

Ventral . 



Congenital Malformations 

Absence of phalanx 

Asymmetry of skull 

Atresia of anus . 

Atresia of vagina 

Branchial cyst 

Cervical ribs 

Cleft palate . 

Harelip 

Harelip and cleft palate 

Club-foot 

Contracture of fingers 

Ectopic anus 

Exstrophy of bladder 

Hypospadias 

Malformation of ears 

Malformation of toe . 

Pilonidal sinus 

Polydactylism 

Spina bifida . 

Syndactylism 

Tight frenum of upper lip 

Tongue-tie . 

Torticollis 

Thyroglossal cyst 



Tumors 

Hemangiomata and naevi 
Cerebral tumor . 
Cyst of lip . 
Lipomata 
Mediastinal tumor 
Omental cyst . . 
Parotid tumor 
Sarcoma of humerus 
Sarcoma of kidney 
Teratoma of testes 
Umbilical granuloma 

Diseases of the Eye 

Conjunctivitis 
Dacryocystitis 



208 
12 
96 

2 

1 



1 

1 
3 
3 
7 
1 
10 
12 

15 

1 

5 
2 
1 
8 

7 
1 

2 

2 

27 

6 

3 
10 

2 
3 



69 



10 



319 



133 



93 



[6X] 



SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 



Diseases of the Eye — Concluded 

Hordeolum 

Panophthalmitis 

Diseases of the Ear 

Mastoiditis 

Otitis media 



General Injuries 

Abrasions 

Burns of upper extremity 
Burns of lower extremity 
Burns of head, face and neck 
Burns of trunk 
Burns, multiple . 
Concussion . 
Contusions . 
Dislocation of shouldei 
Dislocation of elbow 
Dislocation of wrist 
Dislocation of thumb 
Dog and cat bites 



Foreign body 
Foreign body 
Foreign body 
Foreign body 
Foreign body 
Foreign body 
Foreign body 
Foreign body 
Foreign body 



n nose 
n eye 
n ear 
n trachea 
n pharynx 
n hand 
n finger 
n foot . 
n buttock 



Fractures 

Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 



skull 

nose . 

jaw . 

clavicle 

humerus . 

humerus and finger 

radius 

radius and ulna 

ulna . 

olecranon 

metacarpal 

femur 

tibia 

tibia and fibula 

metatarsal 



3 
27 



29 



4 

3 
4 
6 

56 
1 
2 
2 
1 
6 
5 
3 
2 
1 
1 
2 
5 
3 
3 



6 

9 

2 

62 

54 

1 

21 

23 
5 

1 

5 
13 
13 

7 

2 



15 



30 



153 



224 



69] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Infections 

Abscess of head, face, neck and mouth 33 

Abscess of upper extremity 8 

Abscess of lower extremity 15 

Abscess of trunk 20 

Cellulitis 11 

Diphtheria 1 

Erysipelas 1 

Gangrene of prepuce 1 

Omphalitis 5 

Infected wounds of head, face, neck and mouth . . . .19 

Infected wounds of upper extremity 40 

Infected wounds of lower extremity 27 

Syphilitic ulcer of nose 1 

182 

Unclassified 

Rickets 3 

Scurvy 9 

No disease 6j 

Transferred to other departments of the Hospital . . .32 
Left before treated 14 

125 

New cases 2,297 

Secondary diagnosis 215 

Total 2,512 

Out-Patient Department Operations 

Circumcision 243 

Wound suture 21 

Liquid air treatments 208 

Incision and drainage of abscess and infected wounds .... 129 
Excision of 

Wen 1 

Wart 1 

Foreign body 6 

Cyst 1 

Nail for paronychia 2 

Reduction of fractures 32 

Proctoscopy 1 

Etherization for X-ray 2 

647 



70 



SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 



Surgical Diseases treated in the Wards 



Surgical Diseases 



Respiratory System 

Empyema 

Empyema with purulent pericarditis 
Empyema with pyopneumothorax 
Empyema with diphtheria 
Empyema with scarlet fever 
Pneumonia . 
Lung abscess 
Pneumothorax 
Pleurisy, serous . 
Foreign body in larynx 
Foreign body in trachea 
Peritracheal abscess . 
Pulmonary tuberculosis 

Total, 89 cases 



Alimentary System 

Foreign body in pharynx . 
Foreign body in esophagus 
Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils 
Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils and 

noids 

Tonsillitis 

Retropharyngeal abscess . 
Peritonsillar abscess . 
Pyloric stenosis .... 
Pyloric spasm .... 
Acute appendicitis 
Acute appendicitis with peritonitis 
Appendicitis, chronic . 
Peritonitis, general 
Peritonitis, pneumococcic . 
Peritonitis, tuberculous 
Regulation of feeding 

Indigestion 

Constipation .... 



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1 
5 
7 
2 
1 
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1 
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15 
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13 

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Alimentary System — Concluded 
Intussusception . 
Intestinal obstruction 
Intestinal stasis . 
Rectal polyp 
Ischio-rectal abscess 
Prolapse of rectum 
Rectal vaginal fistula 
Fissure in ano 



Total, 240 cases 



GenitoUrinary System 

Nephritis 
Pyonephrosis 
Abscess of kidney 
Ruptured kidney 
Renal stone . 
Pyelitis . 
Phimosis 
Hydrocele 
Undescended testes 
Retro-urethral fissure 
Stricture of urethra 

Total, 66 cases 

Lymphatic System 

Lymphadenitis, axillary 
Lymphadenitis, cervical 
Lymphadenitis, cervical with abscess 
Lymphadenitis, femoral 
Lymphadenitis, iliac .... 
Lymphadenitis, inguinal 
Lymphadenitis, mesenteric 

Total, 121 cases 



Cardio- Vascular System 

Hemorrhagic disease of newborn 
Hemophilia 



26 
2 
1 
3 
5 
5 
5 

11 



2 
1 
1 

2 

2 

7 

17 

16 

15 
1 

2 



2 

97 

10 

5 
1 

3 
3 



4 
12 



19 
1 
1 

3 
5 
4 
5 
11 



2 
1 
1 

2 

2 

7 

17 

15 

15 

1 

2 



2 

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10 

5 
1 

3 
3 



2 
11 



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SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 



Surgical Diseases 


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3 


3 












Cerebral hemorrhage 


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- 


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Post-operative hemorrhage 


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Total, 23 cases 
















Skin and Cellular Tissues 
















Contractures from burns . 


18 


17 


- 


- 


- 


- 


I 


Furunculosis 








I 


I 












Papillomata of anus . 








I 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Ulcer of abdomen 








I 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Verucca vulgaris . 








I 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Total, 22 cases 
















Osseous System 
















Osteomyelitis of frontal bone . 


I 


- 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Osteomyelitis of clavicle 








I 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Osteomyelitis of radius 








I 












I 


Osteomyelitis of femur 








5 


3 


I 


- 


- 


- 


I 


Osteomyelitis of tibia 








2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


I 


- 


Osteomyelitis of fibula 








3 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Osteomyelitis of foot . 








1 


- 


- 


- 


I 


- 


- 


Epiphysitis of humerus 








2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Epiphysitis of femur . 








2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Synovitis of knee and ankle 








1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Periostitis of mandible 








1 


- 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Alveolar abscess . 








1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


I 


Total, 21 cases 
















Nervous System 
















Cerebral hemiplegia 


1 


- 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cerebro-spinal syphilis 








1 


- 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Hydrocephalus 








10 


4 


2 


- 


- 


4 


- 


Masturbation 








1 


1 












Myelitis transverse 








1 


- 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Obstetrical paralysis . 








3 


3 












Spastic paralysis . 








1 


- 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Encephalitis with septicemia 








1 












I 


Total, 19 cases 

















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178 


172 


4 


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7 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Umbilical and epigastric .... 


1 


- 


- 


I 


- 


- 


- 


Femoral 


1 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Total, 187 cases 
















Congenital Malformations 
















Malformation of ear . 


4 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


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Malformation of lip 




1 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Acrocephalia 




2 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


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Cleft palate . 




44 


39 


2 


- 


- 


2 


I 


Harelip 




52 


44 


2 


- 


- 


2 


4 


Harelip and cleft palate 




17 


17 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Harelip and cleft palate with pneumonia 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


I 


- 


Cleft palate with diphtheria 


1 


- 


- 


- 


I 


- 


- 


Cleft palate with chicken pox . 


1 


- 


- 


- 


I 


- 


- 


Tongue-tie .... 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Branchial cyst 




7 


6 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Thyroglossal cyst 




3 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Cervical rib . 




2 


2 












Polydactylism 




2 


2 












Syndactylism 




4 


4 












Club-foot 




2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Spina bifida . 




13 


9 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


Malformation of intestine 




1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


Obliteration of bile ducts 




2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


Hypospadias 




11 


11 












Atresia of anus 




10 


6 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


Atresia of colon . 




3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


Ectopic anus 




3 


.3 












Exstrophy of bladder . 




1 


1 












Pilonidal cyst 




1 


1 












Total, 189 cases 
















Tumors 
















Hemangiomata of nsevi .... 


24 


24 












Cerebral tumor 


7 


2 








4 


1 



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Sarcoma of chest 
Sarcoma of kidney 
Sarcoma of liver . 
Sarcoma of testes 
Tumor of abdomen 
Tumor of sternocleidomastoid 
Omental cyst 
Bone cyst of humerus 
Lipomata 

Total, 47 cases 

Muscles, Tendons and Fascia 

Bursitis 

Ischaemic paralysis (Volkmann's) . 

Severed tendons 

Total, 5 cases 

General Injuries 



Abrasions 

Burns .... 

Concussion of brain 

Contusions . 

Dislocation of mandible 

Dislocation of radius . 

Dislocation of hip 

Foreign body in chest 

Foreign body in buttock 

Hematoma . 

Lacerated wounds of head, face, neck and 

mouth 

Lacerated wounds of upper extremity 
Separation of epiphysis of humerus 

Sprain of ankle 

Subluxation of vertebrae 

Total, 44 cases 

Fractures 

Fracture of skull 

Fracture of skull and humerus . 



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Fracture of jaw .• 


1 


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- 


- 


- 


- 


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Fracture of nose . 










2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


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Fracture of clavicle 










2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


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Fracture of humerus . 










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15 


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- 


- 


- 


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Fracture of radius and uln; 


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7 


7 


- 


- 


- 


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Fracture of ulna . 










1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


Fracture of finger 










1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


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Fracture of femur 










5 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


I 


Fracture of tibia . 










9 


9 


- 


- 


- 


- 





Fracture of tibia and fibula 








5 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 





Total, 58 cases 
















Infections 
















Abscess of forehead 




1 


— 


— 


— 


— 




Abscess of scalp . 










1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


Abscess of preauricular 










1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


Abscess of perineum . 










1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


Abscess of back . 








2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 





Abscess of shoulder 










- 


- 


- 


— 


I 





Abscess of elbow . 










1 


- 


— 


— 


- 





Abscess of hand . 










1 


- 


— 


- 


- 





Abscess of thigh . 








12 


12 


- 


- 


— 


- 





Cellulitis of scalp 










- 


- 


- 


- 


I 





Cellulitis of face . 










1 


- 


- 


- 


- 





Cellulitis of arm . 










2 


- 


- 


- 


— 


I 


Cellulitis of ankle 










1 


— 


— 


— 


— 




Cellulitis of scrotum . 










1 


— 


- 


— 


— 





Erysipelas 










1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


Pyemia .... 










- 


- 


- 


- 


I 


— 


Omphalitis . 










1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Septicemia, general 








4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


Septic circumcision 










1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


Septic rat bite 










1 


— 


- 


— 


— 


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Septic wound of head, face, neck 


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2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Septic wounds of upper extremity 






7 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Septic wounds of lower extremity 






6 


6 












Congenital syphilis .... 






1 


- 


- 


- 


I 


- 


- 


Diphtheria 






1 


- 


- 


- 


I 


- 


- 


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Total cases treated 1,191 

Secondary diagnosis 2 

i,i93 

Discharged well or relieved i>°39 

Discharged unrelieved 24 

Discharged untreated 2 

Discharged to other departments or hospitals 15 

Dead 83 

Remaining in Hospital 30 

Total IJ93 



Surgical Operating Room Report 

Abdominal Operations 
Laparotomy for 

Appendectomy 81 

Appendectomy and drainage of appendix abscess . . .11 

Incision and drainage for peritonitis 4 

Tuberculous peritonitis 5 

Excision of ovarian cyst I 

Excision of omental cyst I 

Exploratory for abdominal tumor 2 

Resuturing of wound for abdominal tumor I 

Reduction of intussusception 25 

Anastomosis for intussusception 2 

Colostomy for intussusception I 

Exploratory for intestinal obstruction 2 

Enterostomy 5 



[77 



141 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Operations for Hernia 

Laparotomy for 

Repair of inguinal hernia 170 

Repair of umbilical hernia 8 

Repair of femoral hernia . . . 1 



Operations of the Digestive Tract 

Excision of 

Anal fistula . 

Rectal polyp 
Incision of 

Sublingual cyst . 
Incision and drainage of 

Ischio-rectal abscess . 

Peritonsillar abscess . 

Retropharyngeal abscess 

Retroperitoneal abscess 

Subphrenic abscess 
Exploratory for 

Atresia of anus . 

Recto-vesical fistula . 
Plastic for 

Atresia of anus . 

Ectopic anus 

Recto-vaginal fistula . 

Recto-vesical fistula 
Pylorotomy for 

Pyloric stenosis .... 
Laparotomy for 

Mechanical obstruction of pylorus 
Resuturing abdominal wall for 

Pyloric stenosis .... 
Dilatation for 

Anal fissure . 

Stricture of anus 

Ectopic anus 
Cauterization for 

Prolapse of rectum 
Proctoscopy for 

Sigmoiditis . 

Megalocolon 
Closure of fistula for 

Fecal fistula 

Malformation of intestine 
Suturing for 

Wound of tongue .... 
Cholecystgastrostomy for 

Congenital obliteration of bile ducts 



179 



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10 

1 

2 

1 
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6 

3 
2 
2 

21 

1 

1 

1 
1 
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77 



78 



SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 



Operations of the Genito-Urinary System 

Exploratory for 

Sarcoma of testes 

Sarcoma of kidney 

Ruptured kidney 

Pyelitis 
Cystoscopy for 

Ruptured kidney 

Sarcoma 

Tuberculosis 

Renal calculus 

Nephritis 

Hematuria . 

Exstrophy of bladder 

Pyelonephrosis 

Pyelitis 
Incision and drainage for 

Pyelonephrosis 

Abscess of kidney 
Decapsulation for 

Nephritis 
Ureterotomy for 

Renal calculus 
Dilation of urethra for 

Masturbation 
Plastic for 

Hypospadias 
Excision of 

Hydrocele 
Orchidectomy for tuberculosis 
Orchidopexy for 

Undescended testes 
Meatotomy for 

Stricture of meatus 
Circumcision for 

Phimosis 

Adherent clitoris 



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Operations on the Skin and Cellular Tissues 

Excision of 

Angioma 13 

Lipoma 6 

Verucca 1 

Submaxillary cyst 1 

Foreign body I 

Exploratory for 

Submaxillary cyst 1 

Plastic for 

Contractures from burns 12 



91 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Skin grafts 8 

Cystoscopy for 

Idiopathic edema I 

Cauterization for 

Angioma 4 

Liquid air treatment for 

Angioma I 

Suturing of wounds 3 

Incision and curettage of 

Granuloma of scalp 1 

Incision and drainage of 

Abscesses 

Cellulitis 



Omphalitis . 
Septicemia . 
Septic wounds 



22 

4 

2 

1 

19 



Operations on the Lymphatic System 

Adenectomy for 

Axillary lymphadenitis I 

Cervical lymphadenitis 53 

Inguinal lymphadenitis I 

Excision of 

Mesenteric tumor I 

Incision and drainage of 

Suppurative cervical lymphadenitis 38 

Suppurative inguinal lymphadenitis 3 

Suppurative femoral lymphadenitis 3 

Tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy 34 

Adenoidectomy 3 



Operations on the Bones, Joints and Muscles 

Excision of 

Cervical rib I 

Osteotomy for 

Bone cyst I 

Curettage for 

Bone cyst 1 

Suturing of 

Severed tendons 4 

Tenotomy for 

Obstetrical paralysis I 

Incision and curettage for 

Sarcoma of humerus 1 

Osteomyelitis 6 

Incision and drainage for 

Osteomyelitis 3 

Epiphysitis 3 

[80] 



101 



137 



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Reduction of 

Dislocated mandible I 

Dislocated metacarpaphalangeal joint I 

Dislocated hip I 

Fractures 28 

Excision of 

Popliteal ganglion 2 



54 



Operations for Deformities and Congenital Malformations 

Plastic for 

Cleft palate 41 

Malformation of ear 4 

Malformation of hand I 

Malformation of lip I 

Harelip 54 

Spina bifida 9 

Syndactylism 3 

Amputation for 

Polydactylism 1 

Excision of 

Branchial cyst 4 

Thyroglossal cyst 3 

Reduction of 

Congenital dislocation of hip I 

Tenotomy for 

Club-foot 1 

Manipulation for 

Club-foot .... 



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Operations for the Nervous System 

Decompression for 

Cerebral tumor 

Depressed skull 
Lumbar puncture for 

Cerebral tumor 

Hydrocephalus 
Ventrical tap for 

Cerebral tumor 

Hydrocephalus 
Spinal tap for 

Cerebral tumor 
Craniotomy for 

Hydrocephalus 
Nerve suture for 

Obstetrical paralysis 



124 



25 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Thoracic Operations 

Rib resection for 

Abscess of chest wall I 

Empyema 53 

Mozingo operation for 

Empyema 21 

Thoractomy for 

Empyema 3 

Lung abscess 2 

Thoracentesis for 

Lung abscess 1 

Excision of 

Sarcoma of chest 1 

Foreign body in chest 1 

- 83 

Cardio-Vascular Operations 

Transfusion of blood for 

Anemia 4 

Hemophilia 10 

Hemorrhagic disease of newborn 4 

Intestinal hemorrhage, secondary to infectious diarrhea . . 2 

Purpura 3 

Septicemia 1 

Pericardial tap for 

Pericarditis with effusion 1 

Splenectomy for 

Splenic anemia I 

Cauterization for 

Rectal hemorrhage 1 

27 

Aural Operations 

Incision and drainage, and curettage for* 

Mastoiditis 2 

Drainage of mastoid ligation of internal jugular vein 1 

Secondary suture for mastoid . . . . . . .1 

4 

Total number of operations i>043 

Total number of etherizations !>033 



82 



Orthopedic Department 



THE work in the Orthopedic Department has followed much 
the same lines as in previous years. The surgical work has 
been interrupted rather more than usual by the outbreak 
of measles and similar epidemics arising from the wards in spite 
of every precaution taken. Children have only been admitted 
after a careful examination, but have often come down with 
measles or similar infections, which are likely to spread into 
the units in which they are. This means a closure of the ward 
for some time and slows up the work of the service, but this 
seems inevitable in a children's hospital in spite of all precau- 
tions. The situation is being carefully studied with a view to 
minimizing the transmission of infection in every possible way. 

The teaching of medical students arid of graduates occupies 
an important part of our routine, and in June, 1921, clinics 
were given at the Hospital before large numbers of physicians 
from all over the country during the meeting of the American 
Orthopedic Association and the American Medical Association. 

The nursing service has been most satisfactory in this de- 
partment, and the upset which occurred during the war in all 
our organization seems to have ended and conditions have 
returned to normal. 

A course of eighteen months for graduates intending to 
specialize in orthopedic surgery has been offered in the Harvard 
Medical School, which is open only to recent graduates with 
previous experience in general surgery. The course consists 
of six months at the Harvard Medical School in fundamentals, 
six months in the Orthopedic Department of The Children's 
Hospital as house officer, and six months in the orthopedic 
department of the Massachusetts General Hospital. This is 
the first course of its kind offered in the graduate school, and 
is in line with the tendency of medical education to emphasize 
the longer course for graduates rather than the short ones. 

The workshop of the Hospital has had a very prosperous 

[83] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

year, and is making apparatus for patients from all over the 
country which is an advantage to the patients in the Hospital, 
inasmuch as the outside work helps to carry the shop and to 
furnish the apparatus to the Hospital patients at the lowest 
possible price. 

The Hospital during the year has suffered a considerable 
loss in the resignation of Dr. John J. Morton, Jr., who was 
called to the assistant professorship of surgery in Yale Uni- 
versity Medical School. Otherwise the personnel of the depart- 
ment remains much the same. 



Orthopedic Diseases treated in the Out-Patient 

Department 

Congenital Malformations 

Club-foot, equino varus 48 

Club-foot, calcaneo valgus 24 

Funnel chest 1 

Hammer toe 4 

Dislocation of hip 23 

Contracture of finger I 

Torticollis 21 

Spina bifida 3 

Absence of radius I 

Absence of metacarpal 1 

Habitual dislocating patella 1 

Shortening of femur 3 

Amputation of foot 1 

Multiple congenital deformities 3 



Rickets and its Deformities 

Rickets, generalized 
Rickets, knock-knees . 
Rickets, bow-legs .... 
Rickets, bow-legs and knock-knees 
Rickets with multiple fractures . 
Rickets, coxa vara 



Disabilities due to Injury or Disease 

Fracture of humerus 
Fracture of radius and ulna 
Colles' fracture 
Fracture of femur 
Fracture of tibia . 
Epiphysitis of knee 
Dislocation of shoulder 
Dislocation of elbow 



" 135 



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Disabilities due to Injury or Disease — Concluded 

Dislocation of hip, secondary to infectious arthritis 

Ankylosis of knee, secondary to lacerated wound of knee 

Subluxation of cervical vertebrae 

Contusion of hip .... 

Contusion of toe .... 

Contusion of foot .... 

Contusion of shoulder . 

Hernia of vastus lateralis through fascia 

Deformities and Disabilities of Feet 

Pronated foot 

Adduction of forefoot .... 

Acute foot strain 

Intoeing 



Tuberculosis 

Tuberculosis of spine . 
Tuberculosis of hip 
Tuberculosis of knee 
Tuberculosis of ankle . 
Tuberculosis of metacarpal 
Tuberculous dactylitis 
Multiple bone tuberculosis . 

Non-Tuberculous Arthritis 

Infective arthritis of hip 
Infective arthritis of ankle . 
Infective arthritis, multiple 
Osteochondral trophopathy 

Synovitis 

Synovitis of hip 
Synovitis of knee . 
Synovitis of ankle 

Osteomyelitis 

Osteomyelitis of femur 
Osteomyelitis of tibia . 
Osteomyelitis of ankle . 
Osteomyelitis of cuboid bone 
Osteomyelitis multiple 

Paralysis 

Paralysis, infantile 
Paralysis, obstetric 
Paralysis, spastic . 
Progressive muscular dystrophy 



24 

186 

2 

10 

4 

202 

17 

20 

6 

3 
1 
1 
1 
49 

2 
3 
4 
3 
12 

12 

4 
1 

17 



7 
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13 



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85 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Unclassified 



Bone cyst 2 

Bursitis 3 

Cellulitis of leg 

Contracture of hamstrings 

Exostosis of os calcis 

Hypertrophy of toe-nail 

Hypopituitarism 

Lipoma of knee 

Lordosis 

Septic destruction of head of femur 

Scoliosis 50 

Scurvy 5 

Syphilitic dactylitis 1 

No disease 23 

Eloped 2 

Transferred to other departments of the Hospital .... 9 



10- 



Total 876 



New cases 853 

Secondary diagnosis 23 

876 



Orthopedic Diseases treated in the Wards 

Congenital Malformations 
Club-foot, equino varus 



Club-foot, calcaneo valgus 

Club-hands 

Dislocation of hip 

Torticollis 

Absence of fibula . 

Absence of fibula and femur 

Shortening of femur 

Spina bifida . 

Supernumerary fingers 

Multiple congenital deformities 



80 

4 

1 

61 

14 

1 
1 
1 
2 
4 
5 
174 



Rickets and its Deformities 

Rickets, generalized 26 

Rickets, knock-knees 18 

Rickets, bow-legs 52 

Rickets, bow-legs and knock-knees . 7 

Rickets, coxa vara I 



104 



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Disabilities due to Injury or Disease 

Fracture of shoulder and elbow I 

Fracture of humerus 5 

Colles' fracture I 

Fracture of radius I 

Fracture of radius and ulna I 

Fracture of femur 3 

Fracture of tibia 4 

Ankylosis of knee, secondary to foreign body in knee 1 
Dislocation of hip secondary to 

Abscess of buttock 1 

Trauma 1 

Pneumonia 1 

Arthritis 1 

Dislocation of elbow 1 

Separation of femoral epiphysis 2 

Epiphysitis of femur 4 

Foreign body in foot 1 

Periostitis of scaphoid I 

Hernia vastus lateralis through fascia 1 

31 

Tuberculosis 

Tuberculosis of spine 78 

Tuberculosis of spine and knee 1 

Tuberculosis of hand and ankle 1 

Tuberculosis of metacarpal 1 

Tuberculosis of hip 58 

Tuberculosis of knee 19 

Tuberculosis of ankle 6 

Tuberculosis of metatarsal 1 

Tuberculous dactylitis 3 

168 

Non-Tuberculous Arthritis 

Infective arthritis of hip 7 

Infective arthritis of knee 2 

Infective arthritis of knee and hip 1 

Infective arthritis of shoulder 1 

Infective arthritis of jaw and wrist 1 

Infective arthritis, multiple 6 

Osteochondral trophopathy 3 

21 

Synovitis 

Synovitis of hip 3 

Synovitis of knee I 

Synovitis of ankle 1 

5 

Osteomyelitis 

Osteomyelitis of humerus 3 

Osteomyelitis of radius I 

Osteomyelitis of ulna 3 

[87] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Osteomyelitis — Concluded 

Osteomyelitis of femur 
Osteomyelitis of tibia . 
Osteomyelitis of fibula 
Osteomyelitis of knee . 
Osteomyelitis of ankle . 
Osteomyelitis of pelvis with fracture 
Osteomyelitis of ilium . 
Osteomyelitis of ribs 
Osteomyelitis of jaw 
Osteomyelitis, multiple 

Paralysis 

Paralysis, infantile 

Paralysis, obstetric 

Paralysis, spastic .... 

Ischaemic paralysis, Volkmann's 

Progressive muscular dystrophy 



Unclassified 

Acephalic idiocy . 
Brodies abscess 

Bursitis 

Cellulitis of neck . 

Chondro-sarcoma of humerus 

Cretinism with phlegmasia . 

Exostosis, multiple 

Osteomalacia 

Scoliosis . 

No disease 

No diagnosis made 



of femur 



3 

2 
2 
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239 
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44 

2 



17 

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45 



296 



28 



Total 872 



New cases 847 

Secondary diagnosis 25 



Orthopedic Operating Room Report 

Infantile Paralysis 

Arthrodesis 
Astragalectomy • . 
Division of plantar fascia 
Exploration of old incision 



Fascia transplantation 

Fasciotomy . 

Manipulation 

Muscle transplantation 

Osteotomy 



24 
6 

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3 
29 
2 
2 
4 



872 



ORTHOPEDIC DEPARTMENT 



Infantile Paralysis — Concluded 

Reduction of hips I 

Silk tendon insertion I 

Tendon lengthening 29 

Tendon transplantation 67 

Tenodesis 10 

Tenoplasty I 

Tenotomy 10 

Tensor fascia lata transplantation 6 



202 



Obstetrical Paralysis 

Fasciotomy 1 

Myotomy 5 

Tenotomy 1 



Spastic Paralysis 

Manipulation 
Myotomy 
Nerve resection 
Tendon lengthening 
Tendon transplantation 
Tenotomy 



Ischaemic Paralysis (Volkmann's) 
Tendon lengthening .... 



7 

2 

7 
12 

13 
4 

4 

32 



Progressive Muscular Dystrophy 
Tendon lengthening 



Tuberculosis 

Spine 

Bone graft of spine 1 

Spine with abscess 

Incision and drainage I 

Metacarpal with abscess 

Incision and drainage I 

Digits 

Excision of bone for specimen .1 

Hip 

Manipulation and plaster 1 

Ether examination 1 

Hip with abscess 

Incision and drainage 8 

Ankle with abscess 

Incision and curettage 1 



Congenital Dislocation of Hip 
Manipulation . 
Reduction 



13 

28 



89 



15 



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Pathological Dislocation of Hip 
Manipulation .... 



Reduction 



Club-Foot 

Division of lateral ligament 

Fasciotomy . 

Manipulation 

Manipulation and plaster 

Osteotomy 

Plastic .... 

Tendon lengthening 

Tendon transplantation 

Tenotomy 



16 

4 

59 

2 
I 
2 
2 
I 

8 



Bone Cyst 

Excision 



95 



Club-Hands 

Plastic 3 

3 
Bow-Legs 

Manipulation 5 

Open reduction of tibiae 2 

Osteoclasis 31 

Osteotomy 20 

— 58 
Knock-knees 

Osteotomy 24 



24 



Osteomyelitis 

Curettage 

Incision and drainage 

Incision and curettage 

Sequestrotomy 

Tendon lengthening 

Torticollis 

Myotomy 
Tenotomy 

Arthritis 

Incision and drainage 
Manipulation 
Skin graft 



1 

27 

2 

3 
1 

34 

10 
1 

11 



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Arthritis with Dislocation of Wrist 

Mobilization . i 

Synovitis 

Incision and drainage I 

Fractures 

Manipulation I 

Reduction 10 

Wedge osteotomy I 

Congenital Contracture of Hips 

Manipulation I 

Congenital Deformity of Fibula 

Wedge osteotomy I 

Hammer Toe 

Amputation I 

Tendon transplantation I 

Supernumerary Digits 

Amputation 2 

Epiphysitis 

Incision and drainage 3 

Periostitis of Scaphoid 

Incision and exploration 1 

Periostitis of Tibia 

Trephine of tibia 1 

Injury to Foot 

Bone wedge removed from scaphoid 1 

Ankylosis of Hip Secondary to Fracture of Femur 

Osteotomy and freeing of sciatic nerve I 

Ankylosis of Hip Secondary to Flexion Deformity of Hip 
Manipulation 3 

Ankylosis of Hip Secondary to Infective Arthritis 

Arthroplasty 2 



91 



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Ankylosis of Knee Secondary to Lacerated Wound of Knee 

Plastic I 

Osteotomy i 

2 

Cellulitis of Thigh 

Incision and drainage I 

i 

Hernia Vastus Lateralis through Fascia 

Repair of hernia I 

I 

Contracture of Foot 

Plastic wolf graft i 

I 

Flexion Deformity of Hip 

Myotomy I 

Tenotomy I 

2 

Foreign Body in Foot 

Excision I 

I 

Phimosis 

Circumcision I 

I 

Abscesses 

Incision and drainage 4 

4 

Total number of operations 581 

Total number of etherizations 522 



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Harvard Infantile Paralysis 
Commission 



THROUGH the generosity of The Children's Hospital three 
clinics a week for infantile paralysis have been held in the 
Orthopedic Out-Patient Department. Office facilities 
for executive work have also been provided. Nine clinics have 
been held in various larger cities throughout the State. Trained 
field workers have attended to the work at these clinics, and 
have carried on a follow-up work by visiting the homes of 
patients at regular intervals and holding local clinics. These 
local clinics have been held in five districts of greater Boston 
and in twenty-seven other cities and towns in Massachusetts. 

The fact that the average number of patients treated at The 
Children's Hospital clinics is at present larger than at any 
time since the Commission started, proves the need of contin- 
uing the after-care of infantile paralysis. 

It should be noted that the success of the clinics and the 
large amount of work done there were largely due to the untir- 
ing energy of Dr. Arthur T. Legg. 

Funds to carry on the work of the Harvard Infantile Paralysis 
Commission have been furnished by the public in response to 
two appeals sent out in the year of 1921. 

Summary for the Year 192 1 

1. Number of Children's Hospital clinics 153 

Number of individual cases treated at these clinics . . . . 813 

Total number of visits 4,450 

2. Number of state clinics 9 

Number of individual cases treated at state clinics . . . 195 

Total number of visits 253 

3. Total number of individual cases treated at The Children's Hospital 

and state clinics 990 

4. Average daily number of cases treated at The Children's Hospital 

clinics .............. 29 

5. Number of cases that have been operated on in The Children's Hos- 

pital and transferred to the Harvard Infantile Paralysis Commis- 
sion for after-treatment 128 

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Department of Physical 
Therapeutics 



Scoliosis" Clinic 

THE attendance at the scoliosis clinic has increased steadily 
during the past year; 587 more visits were made to the 
department in 1921 than in 1920. This was due in part to 
the number of new cases attending, and in part to the special 
effort which has been made to give the parents an intelligent 
understanding of the co-operation required from them in carry- 
ing out treatment which is necessarily of long duration. 

The cases, in general, fall into two classes, — those with 
more or less severe structural scoliosis, and those with faulty 
attitude, and perhaps a slight curve which is of less importance 
than the bad standing position. 

X-rays are taken whenever there is any question of con- 
genital defects, and all cases are photographed at regular periods 
as a matter of record. 

The structural cases are treated by plaster jackets, either 
permanent ones with padding for the more severe cases, or 
removable jackets for use in connection with special corrective 
exercises. All these cases have a preliminary period of special 
flexibility exercises, in order that more correction may be 
obtained by the casts. Very severe cases are admitted to the 
wards for recumbency in connection with more forcible cor- 
rection than is advisable with out-patients. 

The milder cases with faulty attitude are referred mostly 
from the school doctors, or from the medical clinic. They are 
taught the correct standing position, and given special setting-up 
exercises to train them to hold the correct position. If this 
routine is not sufficient, a corset is specially made in the shop. 
Pronated feet are carefully looked after with pads and exercises. 
Each child has its individual exercise card and a special teacher. 
No class work is done, as it is felt that the type of case which 

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comes to a hospital for treatment is too far advanced to be 
handled in groups. 

An arrangement with the Boston School of Physical Educa- 
tion provides students from the senior class to do the volunteer 
work of the clinic during eight months of the year, and the 
efficient co-operation which they have given has been greatly 
appreciated. 

The work of the clinic has been greatly facilitated by the use 
of the room adjoining the gymnasium as an examination and 
plaster room. 

Total number of cases seen 149 

Total number of visits 2,453 

Number of new cases 71 

Courses in Physiotherapy 

The affiliation of the department with the graduate depart- 
ment of the Harvard Medical School continues, and the usual 
summer course in physiotherapy was given. The extent to 
which this course has become known is shown by the fact that 
two of the students came from the Pacific coast, and others 
from the Middle West. The Boston Instructive District Nurs- 
ing Association enrolled three of its nurses for instruction which 
would enable them to take care of the infantile paralysis cases 
in their districts, and the Chicago Visiting Nurse Association 
sent one of its supervisors for the same reason. 

The course is intended to give nurses and teachers of physical 
education a thorough knowledge of functional anatomy and of 
the various conditions for which massage and special exercise 
treatment are indicated. Members of the orthopedic service 
gave a good deal of time, and were responsible for a large part 
of the teaching. Demonstrations and clinical experience were 
also given the women at the Massachusetts General and Cam- 
bridge hospitals. 

Instruction to Nurses 

Although pupils in the Nurses' Training School are not called 
upon to give massage in the clinics of this Hospital, the ability 
to give acceptable massage is one of the things expected of 
every nurse. It is an asset in private nursing, and is often a 
necessity in district and industrial positions. Instruction in 
the theory and practice of massage was given to the second- 

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year class in three groups, twelve to fifteen lessons to each 
group. 

The personnel of this department consists of the director and 
one paid assistant, with the addition of volunteer student 
workers who give their services for periods of time varying from 
one afternoon a week to full time for three months or longer. 

The activities of the department will be considered separately. 
They include the physiotherapy work in the wards, and in the 
out-patient orthopedic and surgical clinics; massage instruc- 
tion to pupil nurses in the Training School; and supervision 
and instruction of the students in the physiotherapy course 
offered by the Harvard Medical School in the courses for 
graduates department. On account of its growth it has seemed 
advisable to present a separate report from the scoliosis clinic, 
but the Physical Therapeutic Department is responsible for 
the management of that clinic, the exercise treatment of the 
cases, and for the necessary assistance to the doctor in charge 
during the making of plaster jackets. The head of the Physical 
Therapeutic Department also has supervision of the muscle 
training in The Children's Hospital clinic of the Harvard 
Infantile Paralysis Commission. 

Hospital Wards 

There has been a slight increase during the past year in the 
number of patients for whom physical therapeutic treatment 
has been ordered, and in the number of treatments given. Each 
infantile paralysis case admitted to the orthopedic wards re- 
ceives a detailed muscle examination as part of its routine 
examination. The director or her assistant attends the. formal 
visits of the surgeon on service and many of the operations, in 
order to receive instructions about the treatment of the cases. 

While the majority of the cases receiving treatment were in 
the orthopedic wards, the service is available to patients in 
the medical and surgical wards whenever requested, and muscle 
examinations were made on a number of patients recovering 
from the acute attack of infantile paralysis in the medical wards. 

In addition to the routine electric light baking, massage and 
muscle-training treatments the lens-sun treatment was given 
to a number of chronic wounds with good effect. 

Number of cases treated j6 

Number of treatments given 894 

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PHYSICAL THERAPEUTICS 



Out-Patient Physiotherapy Clinic 

Two afternoons a week the orthopedic clinic cases received 
instruction in massage or muscle training, to be carried on at 
home if unable to come frequently to the Hospital for treat- 
ment. An interesting part of the work was the improvement 
in walking obtained by the cases of spastic paralysis who had 
had recent operations for the removal of deformities. 

Arrangements were made for surgical clinic cases to receive 
treatment three mornings a week in that clinic, if so desired by 
the surgeon in charge. 





Cases 


Treatments 


Orthopedic out-patient clinic .... 
Surgical out-patient clinic .... 


42 
12 


291 

47 





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Neurological Treatment Clinic 



THIS clinic is really an adjunct to the Neurological Depart- 
ment, and the cases are treated under the supervision 
and prescription of the neurologist, Dr. B. Crothers. 

The clinic has been extremely fortunate to have the same 
workers who have been so faithful in attendance for a number 
of years. Through their faithful and conscientious treatment 
all the patients have shown improvement and a few have been 
discharged cured. 

During the past year numbers of postgraduate students have 
attended the clinic, and have been much interested in the 
possibility of helping the children affected with brain and 
spinal cord injuries as well as the peripheral nerve injuries. 
They have been especially interested in the various obstetrical 
trauma. 

Following is a list of the new cases and the number of total 
treatments: — 



Athetosis (double) 


i 


Spastic quadriplegia 


9 


Cerebral ataxia .... 


i 


Spina bifida . 


1 


Cerebral tumor .... 


i 


Transverse myelitis 


3 


Facial paralysis .... 


4 


Traumatic neuritis 


1 


Hydrocephalus .... 


2 







Lenticular degeneration 


5 


Total . 


• 115 


Masturbation .... 


i 






Muscular spiral paralysis . 


i 


New cases 


112 


Obstetrical injury to spinal cord 


i 


Secondary diagnosis 


3 


Obstetrical paralysis . 


46 




US 


Progressive muscular dystrophy 


3 






Spastic hemiplegia 


32 


Total treatments . 


5,597 


Spastic paraplegia 


1 






Spastic diplegia .... 


1 






Spastic monoplegia 


1 







98 



Neurological Department 



THE number of new cases shows, naturally, a large increase, 
as 1921 is the first year since the war in which the de- 
partment has been continuously open. 
In order to allow more time for new cases the neurologist 
has held morning clinics. One of the chief advantages of this 
arrangement is that consultation with the medical and surgical 
services is easily available. 

The clinic in the afternoon, supervised by Miss Trainor, is 
used for treatment of all cases requiring therapeutic exercises. 
The fact that the Orthopedic Out-Patient Department is 
available in the afternoon renders co-operation easy. 

One of the problems that requires consideration is the possi- 
bility of further co-ordination of the various agencies carrying 
on therapeutic massage and exercises. 

Cases treated, 1921 



Anterior poliomyelitis 


6 


Nervous child 




6 


Acrocephaly .... 


1 


Nystagmus . 




6 


Aphasia 


2 


Obstetrical injury to spinal cord 


3 


Amyotonia congenita . 


1 


Obstetrical paralysis of arm 


3i 


Cerebellar cyst, arachnoid . 


1 


Pseudo-hypertrophic muscular 




Chorea 


5 


dystrophy . 




5 


Conduct disorder 


1 


Reflex convulsions 




8 


Cortical hemorrhage . 


1 


Rickets .... 




11 


Cretinism .... 


5 


Spastic paralysis (unclassified) . 


12 


Deaf mute .... 


4 


Spastic hemiplegia 




40 


Delayed speech 


20 


Spastic paraplegia 




13 


Dermoid of back . 


1 


Spastic diplegia 




5 


Dyspituitarism 


2 


Speech defect 




11 


Encephalitis .... 


3 


Spina bifida . 




1 


Enuresis .... 


3 


Traumatic neurosis 




1 


Epilepsy 


25 


No disease 




20 


Facial paralysis 


7 


Eloped .... 




3 


Feeble-mindedness 


38 


Transferred to other 


depart- 




Habit spasm 


2 


ments of the Hospital 




8 


Hydrocephalus 


11 


Diagnosis deferred 




10 


Idiocy 


13 









Idiocy, microcephalic . 


5 


Total . 




380 


Idiocy, Mongolian 


18 








Lues 


2 


New cases 


322 




Masturbation 


2 


Secondary diagnosis 


58 




Mental backwardness . 


15 







380 


Myelitis .... 


2 









99 



Throat Department 



THANKS to the increased facilities afforded this depart- 
ment during the past year, we have been able to handle 
satisfactorily a much larger clinic and to perform approxi- 
mately a thousand more tonsil operations. This, at the present 
charge of $10 each, has been of some financial help to the 
Hospital. 

The workers in this department include two groups which, 
not being officially connected with the Hospital, are here deserv- 
ing of special recognition. First, there have been several 
physicians who, as volunteer assistants, have worked ably and 
faithfully in performing the routine work of the clinic. I desire 
to specially commend Dr. A. V. Lodge and Dr. C. A. Williams. 
Second, the necessary routine clinical work has been done by a 
group of volunteers who have greatly added to the pleasant 
atmosphere of the clinic, and of these I wish especially to 
commend Miss Gertrude Bradlee. 

We are now able to treat all those who come to us for treat- 
ment. The waiting list for the operating room has been re- 
duced to a reasonable length. No expenditures of an unusual 
nature are contemplated. The department is now well balanced. 



Operations performed in the Throat Department 



Tonsils and adenoids 

Tonsils and adenoids with circumcision . 
Tonsils and adenoids with extraction of teeth 
Tonsils and adenoids with examination of nose 
Tonsils and adenoids with esophagoscopy 
Tonsils and adenoids with laryngoscopy. 

Tonsils 

Tonsillar remains and adenoids 

Adenoids 

Adenoids and examination of nose 
Adenoids and repair of harelip 
Adenoids and paracentesis 
Adenoids and irrigation of antrum 



2,355 
4 

2 
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4 
16 

270 
2 
1 

2 

1 



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THROAT DEPARTMENT 



Adenoids and esophagoscopy 

Adenoids and incision of abscess of ear . 
Dilatation esophageal strictures under anesthesia 
Dilatation esophageal strictures without anesthesia 
Foreign bodies removed 

From esophagus . 

From bronchi 

From nose . 

From base of tongue 
Laryngoscopy 
Dilatation laryngeal stricture without anesthesia 
Dilatation laryngeal stricture with removal of scar tissue 

Excision of papilloma of larynx 

Bronchoscopy 

Tracheotomy 

Tracheotomy with removal papilloma of larynx . 
Tracheotomy with removal specimen from larynx 
Tracheobronchoscopy 



i 

38 
34 

4 
3 
1 
1 

4 
26 

2 

1 
2 

3 
1 
1 

3 



Abscesses 

Incision, retropharyngeal 

Incision, peritonsillar 

Incision, peritonsillar with left tonsillectomy. 
Incision, abscess of neck . 
Incision, abscess right nostril . 
Incision, septic eyelid 
Paracentesis .... 
Reduction nasal bones for fracture 
Submucous resection for deviated septum 
Examination of nose and removal of specimen 
Excision thyroglossal cyst and tonsillar remains 
Excision thyroglossal cyst .... 
Curettage of antrum 



Post-operative Hemorrhages 

Tonsil 28 

Adenoid 39 

Tonsil and adenoid 5 

Total number of operations 2,882 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Cases seen in the Out-Patient Department 



Adenitis, cervical 


3 


Adenoids .... 


279 


Contusion of nose 


4 


Congenital stridor 


2 


Congenital deformity of nose 


1 


Deviated septum 


19 


Foreign body in nose 


1 


Fracture of nasal bones 


7 


Laryngitis .... 


1 


Mastoid, acute . 


1 


Naevus of nose . 


1 


Otitis media 


8 


Papilloma of larynx . 


1 


Peritonsillar abscess . 


4 



Rhinitis 

Stricture of esophagus 
Thyroglossal cyst 
Tonsils, chronic hypertrophy of 
Tonsils and adenoids, chronic 

hypertrophy of 
Tonsillitis 
Ulcer of nose 
No disease . 
Eloped 
Diagnosis deferred 

Total . 



27 

4 

1 

16 

2,339 
9 

1 

7i 
14 
19 

2,833 



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Laboratory Department 



T 



HE report of the bacteriological work for The Children's 
Hospital during 1921 follows. There was examined a 
total of 1,081 specimens, grouped as follows: — 



Throat cultures (76 positive B. diphtheria) 

Empyema and pneumonia (pneumococcus and streptococcus) . 
Asthma sputa for vaccines (9 streptococcus; 4 staphylococcus) 

Vaccines (additional) (staphylococcus) 

Spinal fluids (4 meningococcus; 2 B. influenza; 1 pneumococcus; 

staphylococcus; 15 sterile; 1 tubercle bacilli; 2 contaminated) 
Abscesses (lung, bone, appendix, kidney, etc.) (chiefly staphylococcus 

and streptococcus; 1 B. coli; I B. Friedlander) 
Adenitis (2 staphylococcus; 7 streptococcus; I tubercle bacilli) 
Urines (acute nephritis — 4 B.coli, 1 staphylococcus; 13 sterile; pyelitis 

— 4 B. coli; for B. typhosus — 8 negative) 

Stools (11 B. Welchii; 2 dysentery; 1 typhosus) 

Blood cultures (1 streptococcus; 4 staphylococcus; 2 typhosus) 
Widals (7 positive typhosus; I para typhosus beta) .... 

Vaginal smears (23 positive for gonococcus) 

Osteomyelitis and arthritis (17 staphylococcus; 5 streptococcus) 
Tuberculous material for inoculation (7 positive) .... 

Peritonitis (1 pneumococcus type I; 1 B. coli; 1 dysentery Flexner) 

Hydrocele (sterile) 

Sputum for tubercle bacilli (negative) 
Conjunctivitis (1 B. xerosis; 1 gonococcus) . 

Septic knee 

Tissue (staphylococcus) 

Silk thread (staphylococcus) .... 

Finger culture (negative for B. diphtheria) 

Vincent's angina (negative) .... 

Nasal discharge (staphylococcus albus) . 

Post-mortem kidney (B. coli) .... 

Miscellaneous (pleurisy, influenza, mastoid, umbilical, sepsis, etc.) 



473 
112 

13 

5 

26 

86 
13 

37 
49 
18 

36 
104 

22 

36 

5 



Total 1,08 



In October eight stools from cases of infectious diarrhea were 
examined for The Infants' Hospital. These were all interesting 
cases showing an excess of abnormal intestinal organisms. 



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In November the examination of urines and the taking of 
blood counts were started for the new Private Ward. 

In December a series of cultures was started from tuberculous 
material taken at autopsy with the idea of attempting to deter- 
mine the type of infection. 

Miss Emily Hunt left on September first to begin the 
study of medicine. In her place the Hospital has been fortunate 
in securing the services of Miss Elsie W. Brown. 



104 



Gynecological Department 



Cases under Care for Year ending December 31, 

1921 

Old cases 22 

New cases 43 

Total 65 



Vulvo-vaginitis .... 

Gonorrheal suspect vulvo-vaginitis 

Vulvitis 

Pruritus vulvae 

Abscess of vulva 

Ulcer of vulva 

Double hymen 

Phimosis . 

No disease 

Eloped 



36 

10 

7 
1 

1 
1 
1 

2 

5 

1 



Total 



65 



Old cases discharged cured: 
Gonorrheal suspect vaginitis 
Vulvo-vaginitis 
Vulvitis 



6 

10 

1 



Total 



17 



New cases discharged cured: 
Gonorrheal suspect vulvo-vaginitis 
Vulvo-vaginitis 
Vulvitis 

Abscess of vulva 
Ulcer of vulva 
Phimosis . 



Total 



12 



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No disease 5 

Eloped 1 

Total 6 

Total of cases cured 35 

Cases under Care for the Year beginning 
January i, 1921 

Vulvo-vaginitis 21 

Gonorrheal suspect vulvo-vaginitis 1 

Double hymen 1 

Pruritus vulvae I 

Vulvitis 5 

Phimosis I 

Total 30 

Number of house consultations 4 



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Dental Department 



THE Dental Department has greatly increased during the 
past year, and the results obtained definitely prove the 
vast need of dental care. The clinic, operating every 
Tuesday and Thursday morning, treats both house-patient and 
out-patient cases, for now children may be referred to the Dental 
Department from any other department of the Hospital. All 
house patients needing dental work are cared for twice a week, 
and upon their discharge from the house they are instructed 
to return regularly to the out-patient clinic for any further 
dental work that may be necessary. 

The Social Service Department has rendered most apprecia- 
tive work along these lines, and it is through this department 
that we are able to complete the work of many of our needy 
out-patient cases. This method allows the discharge of patients 
from the Hospital much sooner, for in the past children were 
held over in the house a week or two for necessary dentistry. 

As it has been clearly proven in our clinics that carious teeth 
will oftentimes keep the health of the child below par, con- 
siderable attention is given to the care of the mouth and teeth, 
and the department attempts to put every mouth in a clean 
healthy condition before the final discharge. 

Again we have had an unusual number of cases of malformed 
maxillary bones and irregularities of the teeth needing extensive 
orthodontic treatment, and, through co-operation with the 
Harvard Dental School, several of the most urgent cases were 
cared for. Apparatus and instruments of the latest design 
being added regularly keeps the department well equipped, 
and all types of dental and oral surgical cases can be adequately 
cared for. 

Besides the greatly increased number of house patients, the 
department cared for 220 new out-patient children. The work 
included many cases of prophylaxis, fillings of amalgam and 
cement, extraction of carious and abscessed teeth and roots, 
treatment of pulpitis, stomatitis, painful erupting and mal- 
posed teeth, alveolar abscesses, necrosis, osteomyelitis and 
fractures of the maxillary bones. 

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Roentgen Department 



THE X-ray Department takes pleasure in reporting for the 
year 1921 a continued increase in the volume of its work. 
In consideration of this steady growth, it is worthy to 
note the obvious necessity for a more modern apparatus to cope 
with its demands. The value of this department to the Hos- 
pital, and its dependence upon it, cannot be unduly emphasized. 
We trust that another year will find us efficiently equipped in 
order that we may be of greater diagnostic value. 

The photographic department has greatly increased, and it 
has sufficiently expanded to warrant it becoming an entirely 
separate department. 





Plates taken 


Old Cases 


New Cases 


January 


576 


119 


115 


February 














480 


174 


Il8 


March . 














5Si 


131 


148 


April . 














462 


125 


115 


May . 














494 


141 


119 


June . 














469 


IOI 


115 


July . 














444 


84 


127 


August 














650 


112 


162 


September 














642 


IO9 


145 


October 














487 


91 


I24 


November 














493 


72 


119 


December 














439 


90 


IOO 


Totals 














6,187 


1,349 


1,507 



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Social Service Department 



DURING the year 1921 a total of 900 children have been 
under the supervision of the department, an increase of 
77 over the preceding year; 2,750 outside visits have 
been made. 

At the present time we have the assistance of a student 
nurse, six students from the Boston School of Social Work, and 
three volunteers. 

There have been no outstanding developments in the work 
which has continued along the lines indicated in 1920. 

In the Medical Out-Patient Department a complete follow-up 
system has been reinstated for all patients whose return to 
clinic is considered necessary. This has been made possible 
through the valuable assistance of two volunteers, one having 
charge of the visible file, and the other doing the follow-up 
visiting on all cases not known to the Social Service Depart- 
ment who fail to report to the clinic. The medical worker has 
supervised and planned for 19 new families where syphilis is a 
factor and 11 cases of positive or suspected tuberculosis. Ap- 
proximately 100 cases have been referred to the heart class, 
and until June, 1921, there was an average attendance of 15 
children in the weekly nutrition clinic. 

In the Medical House the homes of about three-fourths of the 
children have been visited and after-care planned. 

There has been an attempt, on the orthopedic service, to 
extend and develop resources for the placing and post-operative 
treatment of spastic paralyses, an increasing number of which 
have been referred to the orthopedic worker. 

Active nursing supervision has been secured for a small 
number of cases of rickets not yet ready for operation, which 
the orthopedic men wished to specially study. 

With the assistance of a volunteer, all overdue cases on the 
Orthopedic House waiting list are now visited, so that the list 
is cleared up week by week as the cases are sent for and fail 

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to report. It is felt that this will keep the waiting list in much 
more active condition. 

Fifty-seven children have been provided with apparatus paid 
for through the special relief fund given us by the Permanent 
Charity Fund for that purpose. The applications for help have 
increased this year, apparently through the unemployment 
situation. Many families have been helped, either in whole or 
in part, who formerly would have been perfectly well able to 
take care of the necessary charges. We have, however, been 
able to provide braces for children whose care would have been 
otherwise seriously hindered. We are very grateful for a renewal 
of a similar fund of $500 for 1922. 

The follow-up system has been developed on the surgical 
service and is to include all surgical cases, both from the Out- 
patient Department and the House. Up to this time the 
surgical worker has followed all cases of empyema, osteomye- 
litis and children with tubercular involvements. To make the 
follow-up on all surgical cases complete, a routine system has 
been deemed advantageous by the surgical service. With this 
system any group of cases can be checked up quickly, any 
change of address can be immediately noted, and all patients 
followed as long as advised. 

There are now complete follow-up systems in operation on 
the medical, orthopedic and surgical services. 



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School of Nursing 



DURING the past year there have been no radical changes 
in the course of training. Considerable progress has been 
made in adjusting the practical training so that the two 
affiliating courses for adult nursing may be given in the second 
year instead of the third. The purpose of this change is to make 
it possible to give more theory in the third year and a greater 
opportunity for elective courses, such as infant feeding, nursing 
of contagious diseases, visiting nursing, social work, anesthesia 
and advanced work in orthopedics. 

The School of Nursing, in affiliation with the School for Public 
Health Nursing conducted by Simmons College and the Instruc- 
tive District Nursing Association, is now offering a special 
five-year course. This course leads to the degree of Bachelor 
of Science and to the diploma of the School of Nursing. The 
advantages of this combined course are the possibility of both 
a degree and a diploma in nursing in five years instead of seven, 
a much sounder preparation for future work, and opportunity 
for the social and cultural life which a college offers. It also 
makes provision for the young women who are not quite mature 
enough to enter a school of nursing at the completion of high 
school. 

For admission to this course applicants must satisfy the 
entrance requirements of Simmons College. The first two 
years are spent at the college in academic work, and will include 
the cultural subjects required in any college course and the 
sciences which are fundamental in the preparation for nursing. 
The third and fourth years are devoted to technical work in 
the School of Nursing of The Children's Hospital. Students 
enter the school during the summer following their second year 
at Simmons College. During the first three months all students 
are on probation, and only those students who in the opinion 
of the Director of the School of Nursing prove adapted to 
nursing are allowed to continue the course. Instruction in the 
School of Nursing extends over two calendar years, but a 
vacation is given during the summer following the first year in 
the school. The training consists of practical and theoretical 

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work. Practical training in medical, surgical and orthopedic 
nursing is given in the various departments of the Hospital; 
obstetrical training and training in medical and surgical nursing 
of adult patients are given in affiliated hospitals. The regular 
program of theoretical instruction following the preliminary 
course is given in the third and fourth years. 

The fifth year is intended to provide special training in 
public health nursing. The Director of the School for Public 
Health Nursing and the Director of the School of Nursing will 
advise students in the selection and arrangement of their work. 

The tuition fee and the expense for maintenance for each 
of the first two years will be the regular college fee. The tui- 
tion fee for the course at the School of Nursing is $100, payable 
in installments of $50 at the beginning of each year. Main- 
tenance, uniforms and textbooks are provided, and care is 
given during illness for a reasonable length of time. 

The expense of the fifth year depends upon the program 
chosen by the student. 

Students who complete the course successfully will receive 
the degree of Bachelor of Science from Simmons College, the 
diploma of the School of Nursing of The Children's Hospital, 
and, upon completion of state registration, a certificate in 
public health nursing from the School of Public Health Nursing. 

We wish again to express our thanks and appreciation to the 
members of our visiting staff for their professional services to 
the school and for the lectures given during the past year. 

The year has been an encouraging one, as it has shown an 
awakened interest in nursing. More letters of inquiry concern- 
ing the three-year course and the postgraduate course have 
been received, and we have admitted to the school 49 regular 
students and 7 postgraduate students, a larger number than 
in any previous year. With our increased number of students 
it has been possible to establish the eight-hour system of duty 
which is proving in every way an advantage to the students. 

The enrollment of the school is as follows: — 



Class of 1921 
Seniors 
Intermediates 
Simmons students 
Probationers . 
Affiliating students 
Postgraduate students 



5 
19 
31 
24 

19 

5 
2 



105 



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Volunteer Workers for Clinics 



Under the Direction of Miss Gertrude Bradlee 



Miss Andrea Adie 
Miss Rosamond Adie 
Miss Marion Binney 
Miss May Bremer 
Miss Marion Emmons 
Miss Louise Fessenden 
Miss Rose Fessenden 
Miss Nina Fletcher 
Miss Hope Gaston 



Mrs. Chas. Gilbert 
Miss Beatrice Jones 
Miss Janice Liggett 
Miss Ella Snelling 
A4rs. H. C. Stuart 
Miss Etta Sydeman 
Miss Mary Weld 
Miss Linda Wellington 



[ii3l 



List of Former House Officers 



1882 


Henry S. Otis 


1897. 


1882 


George Haven 


1897. 


1882 


F. W. Knowles, Jr. 


1898. 


1883 


George F. Tucker 


1898. 


1884 


Clarence W. Spring 


1898. 


1884 


John W. Perkins 


1898. 


1885 


William B. Fiske 


1899. 


1885 


Homer Gage 


1899. 


1885 


Percival J. Eaton 


1899. 


1886 


Charles L. Scudder 


1899. 


1886 


Nathaniel S. Hunting 


1900. 


1887 


William E. Fay 


1900. 


1887 


Rufus E. Darrah 


1900. 


1888 


Joel E. Goldthwait 


1900. 


1888 


Frank E. Peckham 


1901. 


1889 


John H. Huddleston 


1901. 


1889 


Edward H. Nichols 


1901. 


1890 


Harold G. Gross 


1901. 


1890 


George W. Fitz 


1901. 


1890 


Frank S. Whittemore 


1902. 


1891 


Frank A. Higgins 


1902. 


1891 


Edwin P. Stickney 


1902. 


1891 


Rupert Norton 


1902. 


1892 


Julio Selva 


1902. 


1892 


Frederick H. Baker 


1903. 


1892 


William Cogswell, Jr. 


1903. 


1893 


Calvin Gates Page 


1903. 


1893 


Harrison D. Jenks 


1903. 


1893 


Charles F. Painter 


1903. 


1894 


Herbert J. Hall 


1903. 


1894 


Eugene C. Wylie 


1904. 


1894 


Frederic A. Washburn," Jr. 


1904. 


1895 


Ernest B. Young 


1904. 


1895 


Herman T. Baldwin 


1904. 


1896 


Herman W. Gross 


1904. 


1896 


Arthur R. Crandell 


1904. 


1896 


Edward A. Andrews 


1904. 


1896 


John C. Pegram, Jr. 


1905. 


1896 


Flarry C. Low 


1905- 


1897 


Butler Metzger 


1905. 


1897 


Frank E. Stetson 


1905- 



Edwin W. Ryerson 
Walter C. Howe 
Carleton P. Flint 
D. Crosby Greene, Jr. 
Robert Soutter 
Walter C. Bailey 
Charles L. Spaulding 
William W. Howell 
Henry S. Warren 
Charles S. Bryant 
Everett L. Creesy 
Alexander C. Eastman 
Arthur T. Legg 
Percy E. Brown 
Charles B. Wormelle 
Nathaniel Allison 
James W. Sever 
Harold W. Jones 
Robert B. Porter 
Henry I. Bowditch 
Samuel W. Myers 
Louis T. Wilson 
C. H. Dunn 
John D. Adams 
Roger Spalding 
Fred G. Webster 
M. F. Barrett 
F. W. Palfrey 
Beth Vincent 
H. D. Prescott 
W. C. Peters 
Russell S. Rowland 
F. W. George 
Eric St. J. Johnson 
Charles W. Eveleth 
George W. Clark 
Ralph R. Fitch 
Cleaveland Floyd 
George E. Emerson 
Fritz B. Talbot 
George C. Moore 



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FORMER HOUSE OFFICERS 



1905. 
1905. 
1905. 
1905. 
1905. 
1906. 
1906. 
1906. 
1906. 
1906. 
1906. 
1906. 
1907. 
1907. 
1907. 
1907. 
1907. 
1907. 
1907. 
1907. 
1908. 
1908. 
1908. 
1908. 
1908. 
1908. 
1909. 
1909. 
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1909. 
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1910. 
1910. 
1910. 
1910. 
1911. 
1911. 
1911. 
1911. 
1911. 
1911. 
1912. 
1912. 
1912. 
1912. 



Eugene B. Mum ford 
Horace K. Boutwell 
Clarence W. Keene 
Daniel E. Bartlett 
Thomas A. Storey 
John A. Nutter 
Willard P. Woodbury 
William Stickney 
Walter A. Hosley 
Charles A. Overlander 
William P. Lucas 
C. E. Bryant 
Philip H. Sylvester 
C. A. Reese 
H. E. Coe 
J. B. Ayer, Jr. 
L. T. Brown 

E. B. Bigelow 
B. E. Wood 
William Berkel 
W. W. Marr 

J. B. Spencer 
]. B. Manning 
H. G. Calder 
R. E. Gates 

F. A. Bartlett 
J. H. Young 
R. M. Smith 
W. H. Young 
A. S. Fletcher 
R. A. Sadler 
Sherman Perry 
H. F. Keever 
A. A. Howard 

H. J. Fitz-Simmons 
W. T. Frawlev 
T. W. Ely 
J. S. Tomkies 

A. E. Johann 
W. T. Graham 
R. T. Hall 

P. C. Jeans 
H. W. Haight 

B. D. Domser 

E. F. Lindemann 

C. F. Deering 
J. W. J. Marion 
A. E. Johann 
H. S. Parker 
Bronson Crothers 

F. E. Ross 

J. L. Gamble 



1912 


C. B. Moore 


1912 


E. T. Wyman 


1912 


J. E. Dodd 


1912 


E. W. Fiske 


1913 


Charles H. Sanford 


1913 


K. G. Percy 


1913 


J. I. Grover 


1913 


L. B. Robertson 


1913 


A. E. Myers 


1913 


A. G. Helmick 


1913 


Marcus Skinner 


1913 


E. B. Mumford 


1913 


A. A. Hornor 


1913 


P. W. Emerson 


1914 


F. H. Hibben 


1914 


FI. S. Woodbury 


1914 


L. H. Segar 


1914 


F. R. Ober 


1914 


W. S. Ramsey 


1914 


F. D. Larned 


1914 


D. W 7 . Porter 


1914 


J. D. Benjamin 


1914 


P. W. Emerson 


1914 


F. H. Pinckney 


1915 


R. G. Packard 


1915 


R. S. Bromer 


1915 


D. M. Hassman 


1915 


J. T. Hodgen 


1915 


D. W. Porter 


1915 


F. B. Abbott 


1915 


A. L. Van Meter 


1915 


L. W. Hill 


1916 


Hugh K. Berkely 


1916 


Hyman Green 


1916 


William R. Morse 


1916 


Damon Walthal 


1917 


William Patrick 


1917 


Charles W. Bressler 


1917 


Joseph H. McGuire 


1917 


Edward King 


1917 


Horace M. Baker 


1917 


Norman Gillespie 


1917 


Alton Goldbloom 


1917 


Nathan A. Bolotow 


1917 


Maurice Briggs 


1917 


Donald S. King 


1917 


W. Whitefield Hansell 


1918 


E. Friedman 


1918 


Robert M. Lord 


1918 


Robert E. Ramsey 


1918 


LeRoy Doolittle 


1918 


Abram Goldman 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



1918. 
1918. 
1918. 
1918. 
1918. 
1918. 
1919. 
1919. 
1919. 
1919. 
1919. 
1919. 
1919. 
1919. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 



George H. Jackson, Jr. 
Gustav Biorkman 
Eliot Hubbard, Jr. 
B. H. Moore 
John W. O'Meara 
Delos P. Thurber 
Rudolph Dresel 
George P. Hunt 
Jesse B. Griffith 
Lang S. Woo 
Ernest Tso 
Franklin Wilson 
Ernest T. Saeger 
Patrick Gear 
John A. Key 
Thomas H. Lanman 
Joseph M. Ulrich 
Iver F. Selleseth 
Homer A. Rue 
Henry R. Miner 



1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 



Theodore P. Herrick 
Walter F. Cole 
Robert W. Lord 
Alfred J. Steinberg 
R. Plato Schwartz 
William Bradford Adams 
Steele F. Stewart 
Harry J. Schott 
Glenn Barber 
J. B. Naive 
Campbell Harvey 
George K. Carpenter 
Walter P. Hogarth 
Paul C. Carson 
Robert M. Lord 
Maurice Adelman 
J. Lawrence Jones 
M. Hines Roberts 
Bernard H. Kyle 



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Gifts to The Children's Hospital 

January I, 1921, to January 1, 1922 



Flowers and Plants 



Akerman, Mrs. A. 
Akin, Mrs. Emma 
Aldrich, Mrs. Louis 
Aldrich, Mr. William H. 
Anshelm, Mabel 
Atwood, Dorothy 
Baker, Mr. Chester H. 
Bancroft, Mrs. Hugh 
Barney, Mrs. H. B. 
Barr, Laura 

Bartlett, Mrs. Marguerite 
Bartholomew, W. F. 
Bates, Mrs. Eliza J. 
Bearse, Mrs. Horace 
Belnap, Mrs. 
Benson, Miss 
Berensen, Mr. Arthur 
Beyer, Mr. Herman J. 
Beyers, Mrs. Sara 
Biswald, Mrs. Clementine 
Blanchard, Mrs. Benjamin 
Bower, Mr. Richard 
Boynton, Mrs. C. 
Brooks, Mr. Walter 
Butter, Mrs. H. W. 
Butterfield, Dr. E. B. 
Calvert, Eva L. 
Canning, Hazel 
Caplan, Florist 
Carboni, Florist 
Chamberlin, Helen 
Channing, Mr. Walter, Jr. 
Chute, Miss Mary 
Clapp, Mrs. J. W. 
Clarke, H. N. 
Clements, Mr. 
Coburn, Mrs. 



Comley, Henry B., Florist 
Cooley, Mrs. John 
Conant, Theodore S. 
Copley Plaza Hotel 
Crossett, Mrs. L. A. 
Curry, Mrs. Anna B. 
Cushing, Mrs. H. H. 
Dexter, Mrs. 
Dyer, Mrs. E. D. 
Ellery, Mr. William 
Elliott, H. V. 
Ellis, Miss 

Estabrook, Mrs. A. F. 
Faelton, Mr. R. G. 
Fairbanks, Mrs. D. 
Farnam, Mr. M. D. 
Federal Reserve Bank 
Fenno, Mrs. L. C. 
Fisbel, Raymond C. 
Fisher, Mr. 
Fletcher, Miss 
French, Dr. G. H. 
Galvin, Thomas, Florist 
G. O. P. Bazaar 
Gordon, Mrs. 
Gordon, Mrs. Mary 
Gordon, Mr. W. H. 
Governor, Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts 
Hadley, Mrs. Alice 
Hall, Mr. F. R. 
Harris, Miss Catherine 
Hartwell, Miss 
Hatef, M. R. 
Hathaway, Mr. Clarence 
Heath, Mrs. Alice 
Herrick, Mrs. R. F. 



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Hoad, Mrs. Arthur 

Hockley, Mrs. Thomas 

Homans, Mrs. W. P. 

Homer, Miss Fanny 

Hopkins, Mrs. 

Hormel, Hon. Herman 

Howell, Miss Jennie 

Hunneman, Mr. William C. 

Jessop, Mrs. G. W. 

Johnson, Mrs. Harry L. 

Junior Red Cross, Ashland 

Karcher, Mrs. Jacob 

Kellar, Edward T. 

Kennedy, Mrs. F. A. 

Klomas, J. M. 

Lenter, Mr. 

Lowthorpe School, Groton 

Lucas, F. H. 

Lydrad, Mrs. B. 

Lyman, Mrs. 

McDaggart, Mrs. W. J. 

McKay, Mrs. Mary 

McLauthlin, Mr. A. I. 

McPherson, Cornelia H. 

Merchants' Club, Boston 

Merril, Mrs. Sherburne 

Mifflin, Mrs. George H. 

Mixter, Dr. and Mrs. C. G. 

Moore, Annie 

Mott, Mrs. Elmer 

Nichols, Mrs. Charles J. 

North Brighton Community House 

O'Brien, Mary J. 

Parker, Mrs. Fred 

Pastene, Mrs. Chas. 

Perkins, Mr. Guy 

Perretti, Miss Lucretia 

Pierce, Evelyn 

Pierce, Mrs. Frank 

Piper, Mrs. Edgar 

Pope, Mr. William, Jr. 

Reticher, Miss Virginia 

Richards, Mrs. Joseph C. 

Robinson, Air. 

Rogers, Effie L. 



Rogers, H. L. 

Rowell, Miss Eugenia 

Sabine, Miss Janet 

Sadler, Ada I. 

Samson, Edward 

Schlesinger, Mrs. M. 

Schroeder, Mr. Alvin 

Schupback, Ernest 

Scovell, Mrs. C. H. 

Sedgwick, Mrs. W. T. 

Shaw, Emma 

Shepard, Mrs. Emily 

Sleeper, Mrs. William 

Smith, The Misses 

Stearns, L. C. 

Stevens, Mrs. William 

Stewart, Col. Cecil 

Stoughton Street Baptist Church 

Stoyle, Lewis E. 

Swift, Mrs. Howard 

Taussig, Mrs. Felix 

Taylor, Mrs. C. H. 

Thayer, Ida T. 

Third Universalist Church,[Cambridge 

Thomas, Mr. Harold K. 

Tiffany, Dexter 

Unitarian Church, West Roxbufy 

Verrill, Mrs. H. N. 

Vincent, Mrs. Abbie 

Walker, Dr. Harold 

Ward, A. J. 

Ware, Miss Mary 

Washburn, Mrs. 

W 7 . C. T. U., Cohasset 

Webster, E. S. 

Weld, Mrs. C. G. 

Wellington, Mrs. Stanwood 

Whitcomb, Mrs. Frank 

White, Mrs. John 

Whitman, Mrs. William 

Wilkins, Mrs. William 

Wilson, E. H. 

Winlock, Mrs. 

Winton, Mrs. S. B. 



118 



GIFTS 



Toys, Toy Bags, Games, Dolls 



Adler, Mrs. Max 

American Institute of Banking 

Anderson, Mrs. James 

Baker, Mrs. Bertha 

Barnett, John 

Bassett, Miss Lillian 

Bennett, Mildred F. 

Biagiotti, Charles 

Bolster, E. R. 

Bradley, Elizabeth C. 

Bremer, Mrs. S. 

Buckley, Miss 

Burns, M. H. 

Carberry, Mrs. Joseph 

Carleton, Mrs. Lydia A. 

Cassens, Frances 

Church, Mrs. J. W. 

Clapp, Ruth 

Cobb, Mrs. J. W. 

Crehan, Miss Elizabeth 

Crossett, Mrs. E. C. 

Dane, John, Jr. 

Davenport, Ruth 

DeCornis, Anna and Constance 

Dorcas Club, East Boston 

Durgan, Mrs. Lea L. 

Eldridge, Walter 

Epstein, Ruth 

Faxon, Mrs. Henry 

Federal Drug Store, Bridgewater 

Ferber, Mrs. E. S. 

First Congregational Church, Cam- 
bridge 

Fletcher, William 

Gates, Walter 

Girl's Friendly Society, St. John's 
Church, Jamaica Plain 

Goach, Mr. J. L. 

Goldberg, Mrs. S. 

Gould, Marjorie 

Gove, Mrs. Ralph E. 

Greene, Marjorie 

Greene, Mrs. G. F. 

Grew, Miss Ellen 

Grew, Miss Ethel 

Grew, James M. 

Gryznick, Edna 



Hale, S. L. 

Halladay, Gracia 

Harrington, Mrs. Charles 

Harton, C. H. 

Heard, Mrs. John 

Flicks, Miss 

High School of Practical Arts 

Hodgkins, Myles M. 

Home Club, East Boston 

Hooper, Mrs. R. F. 

Howe, Olive 

Hunt, Mrs. H. H. 

Hutchinson, Cynthia 

Hyde, Gertrude 

Junior Class, Mystic Congregational 

Church, Medford 
Kroch, Mr. S. 
Lane, Dorothy 
Lewis, Mrs. Walter 
Lombardi, Peter 
Lombardi, Mrs. P. H. 
Lyman, Mrs. H. 

Menchin, Gretchen and Warren, Jr. 
Morris, Mrs. I. N. 
Pfalger, Mr. F. S. 
Pickman, E. M. 
Puritan Girl's Club, Chelsea 
Reading Congregational Church 
Rhodes, Alice 
Rubie, L. E. 
Russell, Mrs. William E. 
Shattuck, Carolyn 
Sherburne, Mrs. Warren 
Sherril, Rev. Henry H. 
Small, Mrs. Henry 
Spaulding, M. D. 
Sutherland, M. E. 
Switzer, F. N. 
Townsend, Miss 
Union Church, West Newton 
Webb, Mrs. J. W. 
Weld, Eloise 
Wheeler, Betty 

Winter Hill Universalist Church 
Women's Home Missionary Society 
Young, Mrs. John B. 



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Clothing, Knitted Sweaters, Hoods, Afghans, Socks, 

Face Cloths, etc. 



Alcott, Mrs. A. B. 

American Red Cross, Cambridge 

Amsden, Mrs. 

Ashland, Mrs. W. 

Bailey, Mrs. Frances 

Bailey, Mrs. J. L. 

Barrett, Mrs. Edward 

Bass, Miss Mary 

Beard, Mrs. C. 

Benks, Mrs. 

Butts, Mrs. H. W. 

Clark, Mrs. Robert 

Codman, Mrs. W. F. 

Copeland, Mrs. W. H. 

Curtis, Mrs. Nelson, Jr. 

Elliott, Mrs. 

Ferguson, Miss Christine 

Gilber, Mrs. Lewis 

Gilbert, Miss M. A. 

Gorham, Mrs. Charles 

Goring, Miss Mabel 

Hardy, Miss Mary C. 

Hayes, Mrs. John H. 

Heidernick, Mrs. Emery 

Hooper, Mrs. R. F. 

Hopkins, Mrs. H. D. 

Horace, Miss Ellen J. 

Flunneman, Mrs. C. N. 

Hurd, Mrs. G. N. 

Jackson, Mrs. James, Jr. 

Johnson, Miss Theresa 

Junior Red Cross, Fletcher School, 

Cambridge 
Kaln, Mrs. K. W. 
Kauher, E. L. 
Lane, Dorothy 
Leslie, Mrs. V. S. 



Little Wanderer's Home, City 

Lombard, Mrs. P. H. 

Lord, Mrs. Elma A. 

Lyman, Mrs. H. 

McConisey, Mrs. William 

Megran, Carrie L. 

Meir, Mrs. 

Michels, Mrs. C. E. 

Morrissey, Mrs. Anna 

Morrissey, Mrs. W. S. 

Mosely, Mrs. Jane 

Murray, Mrs. Thomas 

North Haven Branch, The Children's 

Hospital League 
Olcott, Mrs. A. R. 
Old South Church, City 
Proctor, Mrs. J. O. 
Ray, Mrs. H. D. 
Richards, Mrs. E. L. 
Rideout, Mrs. John 
Roxbury Neighborhood House 
Sayer, Mrs. Clifford 
Smith, Mrs. E. C. 
Smith, Frances 

Social Service House, Bennet Street 
South End House 
Sutton, Mrs. William 
Swanson, Mrs. Alex 
Swift, Miss Grace 
Tilton, Mrs., Sunshine Club 
Tishler, Miss Bertha 
Vorenberg, Rose F. 
Winch, Mrs. John F. 
Winsor School, Class 3 
Wolcott, Mrs. S. H. 
Young, Mrs. John 



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GIFTS 



Candies, Jellies, Ice Cream and Cake 



Adler, Mrs. Max 

Angell Memorial Hospital 

Bailey's, West Street, Boston 

Baron, William, Jr. 

Chandler, Paul A. 

Curtis, Mrs. Nelson, Jr. 

Eldrachi, Edith 

Farm and Garden Club 

Fessendon, Mrs. S. H. 

Hall, Mrs. H. A. 

Hamlin, Elizabeth 



Huyler's, Boston 
Hyde School, Boston 
Lyceum Hall, Pre-vocational 
Michaelson, Adele 
O'Connell, Helen 
Park, Miss Annabel 
Parker, Miss Blanche B. 
Prouty, Mrs. M. W. 
Sargent, Miss Alice 
Silsbee, Miss Katherine 
Tirrell, Doris and Edith 



Baer, Mrs. L. 
Bradlee, Miss Rosamond 
Harvard Club 
Haven, Miss 



Old Linen 



Nourse, Miss A. E. 
Parker, Mrs. K. W. 
Teed, Mrs. W. E. 
Tilton, Mrs. Barclay 



Fruit and Vegetables 



Abbott, Mrs. Gordon 
Alexander, Mrs. S. B. 
Ames, Rev. Charles B. 
Atherton, A. 
Butler, Miss 
Childs, Mrs. 
Cleeves, George 
Daffodil Club 
Fenno, Mrs. L. C. 
Haines, Mrs. I. 
Halby, Miss B. 
Heinemann Dancing School 
Hildreth, Mrs. Edward 



Hildreth, M. G. 

Homans, Mrs. John 

Huyler's, Boston 

Hyde School, City 

Poisson, Mrs. 

Sears, Mr. Richard 

Silsbee, Miss Katherine 

Slocum, Mr. 

Spennel, Mrs. 

St. James Church, Somerville 

Sutton, Mrs. 

Taylor, Mr. Arthur 

Unitarian Ladies Alliance, Groton 



Miscellaneous 



Adler, Mrs. M. 
Butterfield, Mr. C. B. 
Cheney Brothers 
Cohen, Dr. Joseph 
Evans, Mrs. M. A. and Ernest 
Huntington, Mrs. L. 
Hurley, Miss Nora 
Milliken, Dr. W. H. 



Monks, Mrs. George 
Park, Miss Annabel 
Russell, Mrs. R. S. 
Schwartz, Mrs. 
Thorndike, Mrs. Albert 
Watson Brothers, Inc. 
Whitcomb, Mrs. F. S. 
Wright, Mrs. D. 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Books and Periodicals 



Abbott, Miss Eleanor 

Abbott, Mrs. Gordon 

Allen, Mrs. Willis B. 

Anderson, Mrs. F. C. 

Aronson, Miss Irene 

Bemis, Esther 

Benedict, Frances G. 

Blaser, George, Sr. 

Bliss, Miss Muriel 

Brewster, Mrs. W. 

Bullard, Edward J. 

Butterfield, Mr. Charles 

Campbell, W. M. . 

Carney, H. M. 

Carter, Miss N. P. 

Clapp, Miss Ruth 

Coleman, Mrs. Bannon 

Conlon, Margaret 

Coolen, Mr. H. T. 

Coolidge, Mrs. Charles 

Crocker, Mrs. C. 

Crosby, R. M. 

Crowninshield, Mrs. F. B. 

Curtis, Mrs. H. G. 

Daloz, Miss L. E. 

Daniels, G. R. 

Darrs, Margaret 

Davenport, Mrs. N. E. 

Doyle, Mary E. 

Dudley Street Baptist Church 

Fay, Miss C. B. 

Foxborough Universalist Sunday 

School • 
Friedman, Mr. S. M. 
Fritz, Barbara 
Gaskin, Miss Winifred 
Ginsberg, Mrs. Harris 
Goodhue, Mrs. C. E., Jr. 
Gould, Marjorie 
Greene, A. 
Heard, Miss Alice 
Heard, Mrs. John 
Henderson, Miss Nancy 
Hinckley, D. W. 



Hodgdon, Mrs. E. B. 

Hundry, Miss Virginia 

Hunter, Florence D. 

Jewett, Mrs. 

Joy, Mrs. M. 0. 

Junior Red Cross, Prince School, City 

Keeler, Mrs. C. A. 

Kelley, John S. 

Kenney, Ruth 

Kunz, Mrs. W. H. 

Lambell, Lena 

Lane, John J. 

Lincoln School, Stoneham 

Lode, L. J. 

Morse, Miss Harriet 

Newton Center Boy Scouts 

Oliver, Dr. E. S. 

Orthodox Congregational Church, 

Mansfield 
Palmquist, A. 
Parsons, Mrs. F. 
Pearl, Mrs. John 
Pinksoln, Mrs. B. 
Pirovana, Mildred 
Porter, Mrs. C. 
Powers, Mrs. 
Ross, J. W. 
Russell, Rae M. 
Sayward, Gilbert 
Simonds, Master Robert 
Slattery, Mrs. 
Soutter, Dr. Robert 
Stearns, Vera 
Swain, Mrs. 
Talbot, Dr. Fritz 
Universalist Publishing House 
Walk, S. 

Warren, Mrs. Helen 
Warren, S. D. 
Whitcomb, Mrs. E. J. 
Whitmore, Irene 
Winsor School, Boston 
Wolcott, Mrs. S. H. 
Wyman, Edith 



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GIFTS 



For Christmas, 1921 



Abbott, Mrs. C. L., gifts 

Baer, Mrs., books 

Baggs, Mrs. N. E., gifts 

Bailey, Miss Esther, gifts 

Bancroft, Jessie, Jane and Hugh, toys 

Barnes, Marietta, gifts, toys, books, etc. 

Baroness, Von Keffer, toys 

Bartlett, Miss Mary, gifts 

Beran, Mrs. Alfred, dolls and books 

Bond, Miss Belle Bacon, books 

Boston Tree Club, gifts 

Bradlee, Elizabeth and Henry, Jr., toys, dolls and games 

Bradley, F. H., flowers 

Brown, Mary, gifts 

Brownie Scouts, Hingham, bean bags 

Caswell, Mrs., dolls 

Chandler School, tree and gifts 

Cheerful Workers, Brighton, gifts 

Cheerful Workers Club, Concord, books and dolls 

Clement, Mrs. Horace, gifts and toys 

Clinton Baptist Sunday School, toys 

Coffin, Dorothy, toys, woolly animals 

Cohen, Bernard, dolls 

Condlin, Miss M. E., candy and jellies 

Congregational Church, Attleboro, dolls and toys 

Congregational Church, Hyde Park, toys, books and candy 

Congregational Sunday School, Roslindale, Santa Claus and stockings 

Cox, Miss Lucy, doll 

Crosby, B. S., toys 

Croskell, Mr. Nelson, gifts 

Darling, Airs. Effie, gifts 

Davis, Mrs. Horace, gifts 

Davy, L., gifts 

Day, Miss R. J., books 

Duane, Marion L., dolls 

Dunn, Dorothea, doll, toys and books 

Dutton, Mildred, toys 

Eckett, Mrs. E. F., gifts 

Ekoles, Camp Fire Girls, Newton, dolls 

Endicott, Mrs. H. B., dolls 

Evans, Mrs., toys 

Farquhar Company, candy 

Faulkner, Miss Fannie, 65 dolls for girls, 40 pairs of reins for boys 

Fenno, Mrs. L. C, dolls 

Fickett, Miss Gertrude, tree, etc. 

Filene Sons Company, dolls 

First Baptist Church, Cambridge, doll 

First Baptist Church, Medford, toys 

Frothingham, Mrs., dolls 

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Gates, Miss Helen, dolls 

Gibles, E. L., dolls 

Gilbert, Mrs., candy 

Gilbert, John J., candy 

Goethals, Mrs. Thomas R., toys 

Goldsmith, Mrs. B. H., fruit, candy and nuts 

Greenwood, Marie and Marjorie, gifts 

Grew, Ethel and James, games and toys 

Hale, Mary, gifts 

Heath, Miss Eva, Christmas box and birthday money 

Hills, M. L., dolls 

Holleston, Mrs. Tenny, doll 

Hooper, Mrs. Roger, toys 

Hopkins, Louise, gifts 

Houghton, Mrs. F. O., toys and books 

Howe, Master Dudley, toys for Ward 4 

Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. Eliot, toys for all boys 

Hunnewell, Mrs. James M., candy 

Jackson, Mrs. C. M., gifts 

Kisk, Miss Eva M., jellies and games 

Leeland, Mrs., gifts 

Lincoln Park Baptist School, West Newton, gifts 

Little Sunbeams C. H. Club, Newtonville, gifts 

Lockwood, Rosamond, toys 

Lombard, Mrs. Edward W., toys and clothing 

Longwood Blue Bird Club, toys, books and dolls 

Longhead, Mrs. Charles, toys 

Lothrop, Mrs. T. K., oranges and apples 

Low, George H., dolls 

Martin School, Roxbury, Christmas tree 

Mary Lyons Girls' Club, Buckland, Mass., dolls and books 

Masonic Lodge, Roxbury, Christmas trees and ornaments 

McKenzie, Robert J., books, games and toys 

McNaught, Doris, book 

Middlesex Essex Pamona, Reading, toys 

Miller, Gertrude and Mabel, toys 

Miller, R. t., toys 

Mills, Mrs. W. H., toy bags with gifts 

Myers, Marjorie, balloons and rubber toys 

Nicolai, R. O., red waxed paper 

Non Skid Club, Duxbury, toys and books 

Olsen, Mrs. Ruth, books 

Osgood School, Medford, toys 

Parrot, E. G., toys 

Pease, Elizabeth, toys 

Peoples National Bank, Roxbury, dolls 

Perrin, Mrs. A., toys 

Perry, Mrs. W. G., toys 

Phelan, Mrs. L. G., yarn balls 

Powder Point Club, gifts 

Pratt, Mrs. Wareham, dolls 

Pratt, Willard, toys and dolls 

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GIFTS 

Prince, Miss, toys 

Putnam, Mrs. Mary, Allston, candy 

Rand, Miss M., gifts 

Reading Grange, toys and candy 

Registry Motor Vehicles, candy 

Richmond, Nina, dolls 

Russell, Miss Rae, toys and books 

Ryder, Elizabeth, candy 

Samoset Club, Reading, books 

School Day Club, Arlington, candy dolls and Santa Claus man 

Smith, B. Farnham, toys 

Somerville, Mr. Thomas, toys 

Spring, Jennie B., dolls 

St. Andrews Parish, Belmont, books 

Sunbeams Club, Maiden, gifts 

Sunshine Girls, Roslindale, gifts 

Sweet, Edna W., dolls 

Sylvester, Mrs. Annie E., flowers 

Thaxter and Brothers, Christmas candy 

Try Hard Club, games 

Tuesday Auction Club, Winchester, toys 

United Drug Company, City, dolls 

Vining, Miss, gifts 

Wadsworth Candy Shop, City, candy 

Walters, Florence and Barbara, books and games 

Wellesley Hills Women's Club, toys 

White, Miss Harriet, dolls and Christmas cards 

Winchester, A. B., gifts 

Numerous donations of picture postcards, paper dolls, puzzles, scrapbooks, 
valentines, etc., have been received. 



Money for Children's Pleasure 



Barnes, Mrs. M. . 
Brennan, Alfred 
Coffin, Airs. W. S. 
Constance, through Mi 

Worthing 
Curtis, Mr. Edward 
Cushman, Frank . 
Faulkner, Miss Fannie M 
Fletcher, Miss Nina 
Gardner, Mrs. G. P., Jr 
Hunnewell, Mrs. H. S. 
Miller, A. 
Nathan, Miss Marion 



£5 


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North Brighton Communitv 


I 


OO 


Club . 




2 


OO 


Norton, Stella 
Ordway, William P. 




2 


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Park, Miss Annabel 




2 


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Scott, Airs. Eva 




5 


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St. Michael Sunday 


School, 


5 


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Litchfield, Conn. 




130 


OO 


Thorpe, Alice . 




25 


OO 


Unknown 




15 


OO 


Wakefield, Edith . 




2 


OO 


Young, Mrs. B. Loring 


2 


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$5.00 

5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
2.00 

10.00 

5.00 

1 .00 
1 .00 

5.00 



Money for Special Relief 



Permanent Charity Fund 
Miss Hershey's School 



#400 00 
50 00 



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Donations to The Children's 
Hospital 

From the Managers of the Convalescent Home 



Bibs 

Blouses 

Diapers 

Drawers, No. I 

Drawers, No. 2 

Drawers, No. 3 

Nightgowns, No. 1 

Nightgowns, No. 2 

Nightgowns, No. 3 

Pillow slips, babies 

Pillow slips, children's 

Red jackets or blue . 

Sheets, babies (48 by 45) 

Sheets, children's 

Sheets, draw 

Shirts, flannel, No. I . 

Shirts, flannel, No. 2 . 

Shirts, flannel, No. 3 . 

Spreads 

Towels, bath 

Towels, children's (1 yard) 

Towels, children's (i}4 yards) 

Towels, dressing 

Trousers, khaki, No. 6 (pairs) 

Trousers, khaki, No. 8 (pairs) 

Trousers, khaki, No. 10 (pairs) 

Waists, cotton, No. 1 

Waists, cotton, No. 2 

Waists, cotton, No. 3 



300 

60 

3,000 

60 

80 

60 

200 

200 

200 

5o 
600 

3 00 

100 
600 
600 
200 

200 

100 

300 

300 

300 

300 

600 

20 

20 

20 

70 

50 

80 



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THE CONVALESCENT HOME 



OF 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

WELLESLEY HILLS 



Officers of The Convalescent Home 



President Mrs. George H. Monks 

Vice-President Miss Mary B. Lothrop 

Honorary Vice-President . . . Mrs. Horatio G. Curtis 

Treasurer Mr. Samuel H. Hooper 

Assistant Treasurer .... Mrs. J. McD. Garfield 

Secretary Mrs. Mary S. Hunnewell 



Managers 



Mrs. Robert Amory, Jr. 
Mrs. Elbridge G. Cutler 
Mrs. John L. Hall 
Miss Elizabeth Linzee 
Mrs. Charles G. Mixter 



Mrs. Frederick W. Thayer 
Mrs. A. Winsor Weld 
Miss Mary Weld 
Mrs. Stephen M. Weld 
Mrs. Alexander Whiteside 



Mrs. Edward Reynolds 



List of Helpers 



Mrs. Charles B. Amory 


Mrs. 


William Farnsworth 


Mrs. L. D. Beal 


Miss 


Adela Hooper 


Miss Sarah F. Bradlee 


Miss 


Mary Hunnewell 


Mrs. H. Brooks 


Mrs. 


W. S. H. Lothrop 


Miss Anna W. Cutler 


Mrs. 


Frederick Parker 


Miss Dalton 


Mrs. 


S. Parkman Shaw 


Mrs. G. P. Denny 


Mrs. 


S. Parkman Shaw, Jr. 


Mrs. John E. Thayer 


Mrs. 


C. Minot Weld 



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The Convalescent Home of The 
Children's Hospital 

Wellesley Hills, Mass. 



THE Convalescent Home, though a separate corporation, is 
so closely allied to The Children's Hospital that we join 
the report of the secretary of the Home as it appears in 
her report for this year. 

Previous to its incorporation in 1884, The Convalescent Home 
was known as the Ladies Aid Association, and came into ex- 
istence in 1869, in order to provide supplies for the new Chil- 
dren's Hospital. This "aid" has been continued ever since, 
and has increased to very large proportions. The present 
Home was built to accommodate 90 patients, but the full quota 
has never been received, as the care of so many would involve 
enlarging the staff and increasing the expense to a prohibitive 
degree. Cases of chicken pox, measles, whooping cough, 
scarlet fever and nasal diphtheria have appeared from time to 
time, causing intervals of quarantine during which the doors 
are closed. 

The number of patients treated in one fiscal year was 463, of 
whom 119 paid in full, 43 paid in part, and 301 paid nothing. 
The patients remain at the Home any time from two weeks to 
six months and longer, as the case demands. 

In order to run so large an institution, it is necessary to 
employ 25 individuals, including nurses, housekeeper, ward 
maids, housemaids, engineer and outside men. 

The playground has been equipped with swings, seesaws, 
sand-boxes and a summerhouse. There are sun piazzas for 
tuberculous joints, and a new model ambulance capable of 
carrying 20 children. The superintendent of the grounds, Mr. 
Bird, has been very active in raising funds for enlarging the 
garage, and thanks are due to him, as well as to those whose 

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THE CONVALESCENT HOME 

generosity has made the present commodious and convenient 
building possible. 

A dental equipment has been installed and kindergarten 
teaching has for many years been an important part of the 
treatment. At present this work is being undertaken by ama- 
teurs, — young girls who have volunteered their services. The 
results thus far are excellent, and the Managers greatly appreci- 
ate the kindness of the teachers. 

Miss Guillod, the head nurse, with able assistants, runs the 
Home most admirably. Miss Smith, Superintendent of the 
Hospital, is ever ready with practical help and encouragement. 
A corps of volunteer workers meets once a week during the 
winter at the Hospital to help the Managers with the very 
large amount of household linen and clothing to be cut out, 
and to all these, individually and collectively, appreciation 
and thanks are extended. 

A committee of ladies from various church societies, the 
Woman's Club of Wellesley Hills, members of the Red Cross, 
young girls from schools and colleges, Sunday-school children 
and others have organized to help the Home, and have done 
splendid work, not only in giving money, but have made 
clothing, taught the children, provided games and entertain- 
ments, ice cream for holidays and numerous drives in auto- 
mobiles. To all these kind and generous people the Managers 
feel deeply grateful. 

The Hospital doctors have wanted for some time to send 
serious heart cases to the Home, believing that country air 
and sunshine would be of great benefit to them. Heretofore, 
the Managers have hesitated to receive them because of the 
extra care and expense involved, but it has been decided to 
try the experiment as long as there is a possibility of helping 
these children. 

The Home has co-operated with the Hospital in endeavor- 
ing to raise an endowment fund, and receives a certain per- 
centage of the amount raised per annum. Thanks are extended 
to all members of the Hospital Welfare Committee and the 
"C. H. Clubs" who have generously included the Home in 
their appeals. 

There have been two resignations during the year, and the 
position of honorary vice-president was offered to one of those 
resigning, who has been on the Board for many years as man- 
ager, treasurer and assistant treasurer. During the absence of 
the treasurer, Mr. S. H. Hooper, in Europe for a few months, 

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THE CONVALESCENT HOME 

Mr. Nelson T. Bartlett, Jr., very kindly took his place as 
treasurer. 

A great many repairs have been necessary. New cedar 
posts and wiring for the shacks, new shingles, steps, fencing 
and fresh paint, but unfortunately subscriptions and donations 
do not keep pace with the above, and the only appeal for 
money must be renewed, for without it the work cannot carry 
on. Annual subscriptions are earnestly solicited. Five hun- 
dred dollars endows a memorial bed, over which a tablet is 
placed with name inscribed. The wards have several already, 
but there is room for many more. 

Visitors to the Home are always welcomed, not only by those 
in charge, but by the children, whose responsiveness to every 
little attention and whose patience and cheerful endurance of 
suffering are a constant wonder and lesson to us all. 

MARY B. HUNNEWELL, 

Secretary. 
December, 1921. 



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Forms of Bequest 

I give, devise, and bequeath to The 
Children's Hospital, in the City of 
Boston, and Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts, incorporated in the year 1869, 
the sum of 



V 
I give, devise, and bequeath to The 
Convalescent Home of The Chil- 
dren's Hospital, in the City of Boston, 
and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
which was incorporated in the year 1884, 
the sum of 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

BOSTON, MASS. 



FIFTY-FOURTH 

ANNUAL REPORT 

FOR THE YEAR 1922 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

BOSTON 

Extends to children, not over twelve years of age, medical and 
surgical treatment, without regard to sex, race, creed, or color 

The Out-Patient Department is open to patients as follows (except on Sundays 
and legal holidays): 

Medical Every morning, 8.30 to 10.30 a.m. 

Medical Clinic Branches: 



Incipient tuberculosis 

Anaphylaxis 

Specific 

Heart 

Nutrition . 
Cases for these branches should 
be seen first in general 
medical and referred. 



Tuesday, 2 to 4 p.m. 
Thursday, 2 to 4 p.m. 
Thursday, 9 to 10.30 a.m. 
Tuesday, 9 to 10.30 a.m. 
Thursday, 2 to 4 p.m. 



Surgical Every morning 8.30 to 10.30 a.m. 

Surgical Clinic Branch: 

Physiotherapy Department Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9 to 

10.30 A.M. 

Orthopedic Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Satur- 
day, 2 to 4 P.M. 

Orthopedic Clinic Branch . Monday and Wednesday, 2 to 4 p.m. 

Neurological Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 8.30 to 

10.30 A.M. 

Throat Monday and Wednesday, 2 to 3.30 p.m. 

Dental Tuesday and Thursday, 9 to 10.30 a.m. 

The Dental Clinic is only for cases transferred by the doctor in charge of 
other clinics. 

Scoliosis Tuesday and Thursday, 2 to 4 p.m.; Satur- 
day, 9 to 12 A.M. 
Clinic for Muscle Training in 
Paralytic Cases . . . Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 2 to 4 p.m. 

Infantile Paralysis . . . Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 9 to 

10.30 A.M. 

Gynecological .... Tuesday, 3 to 4 p.m. 

Patients requiring admission to the wards should be referred to the proper 
division of the Out-Patient Department, but urgent cases can be received at 
any time by direct application to the Hospital. 

THE CONVALESCENT HOME 

WELLESLEY HILLS, MASS. 










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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

BOSTON, MASS. 



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1922 



In the year 1922 the total cost of operating the 

Hospital was $318,750.94 

The Hospital receipts from patients were . . . 172,543.49 

Leaving an operating deficit of ..... 146,207.45 
Income from Invested Funds and Miscellaneous Income 

was 46,125.28 

Leaving a net amount of ..... $100,082.17 

to be made up by public subscriptions. 

While in the year just past the deficit was more than made good 
through the efforts of generous friends and the still more generous 
response, it must not be supposed that the necessity of subscriptions 
of $100,000 a year has diminished — far from it. 

In spite of careful economy the expenses must be larger in 1923 
than in 1922, because of the growth of the service, and also because 
of the recent increase in prices of most materials and foods used. 

It should be remembered also that the generous subscriptions of 
last year have not fully restored the sums taken from the general fund 
to meet the costs of keeping up the work of the hospital at a loss 
during the years 1919, 1920 and 1921. 

All this would indicate the necessity of asking the public to sub- 
cribe a total of $115,000, and we confidently look to our former 
subscribers to renew their support for the year 1923. 

S. H. Wolcott, Treasurer. 




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I enclose $100.00 towards one Subscription Bed in the 
Children's Hospital. 

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Address 



FIFTY-FOURTH 

ANNUAL REPORT 



OF 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

BOSTON, MASS, 



FOR THE YEAR 
1922 



BOSTON 

WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING COMPANY 

32 DERNE STREET 

1923 



Contents 



Officers of The Children's Hospital, 1923 
Report of Board of Managers 
The Private Ward .... 

Report of the Treasurer 
^Special Funds Disbursed by the Superintendent 
Legacies and Special Donations 
Subscription Beds 
List of Memorial Beds 
Donations and Subscriptions 
Report of Welfare Committee 
Committee of Occupational Therapy Workers 
Report of the Medical Staff 
Medical Department .... 
Surgical Department .... 
Orthopedic Department 
Harvard Infantile Paralysis Commission 
Department of Physical. Therapeutics 
Neurological Treatment Clinic 
Neurological Department 
Throat Department 
Laboratory Department 
Gynecological Department 
Dental Department 
Roentgen Department 
Social Service Department 
School of Nursing 
Volunteers Working in the Clinics 
List of Former House Officers 
Gifts to The Children's Hospital 
Donations to The Children's Hospital" from the Managers of The 

valescent Home 

The Convalescent Home of The Children's Hospital, Wellesley Hills 



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Officers of The Children's Hospital, 

1923 



President 
GEORGE P. GARDNER 

Vice-President 
Henry Wheeler 



Treasurer 

S. H. WOLCOTT 

33 State Street, Boston 



Assistant Treasurer 

Robert W. Seymour 
70 Franklin Street, Boston 



Secretary 

F. Murray Forbes 
6o, State Street, Boston 



Finance Committee 



Gordon Abbott 
George P. Gardner 



Executive Committee 



Gordon Abbott 
William H. Seabury 
F. Murray Forbes 



William Endicott 
J. A. Lowell Blake 



S. H. Wolcott 
George P. Gardner 
Robert F. Herrick, Jr. 



Counsel for the Corporation 

Messrs. Warren, Garfield, Whiteside and Lamson 
28 State Street, Boston 



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Board of Managers 



George P. Gardner 
Gordon Abbott 
Henry Wheeler 
Robert W. Emmons, 2d 
William H. Seabury 
William Endicott . 
J. A. Lowell Blake 
Alexander Whiteside 
Francis W. Hunnewell 
Dudley L. Pickman, Jr. 
S. H. Wolcott 
George von L. Meyer 
Philip S. Sears 
Frank W. Stearns 

F. Murray Forbes 
Mrs. George H. Monks 
Mrs. Frederick S. Mead 
James J. Phelan . 
Louis E. Kirstein . 

G. Peabody Gardner, Jr. 
Robert F. Herrick, Jr. 
S. Parker Bremer 
William Arthur Dupee 
Pliny Jewell . 



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Medical Officers 



Consulting Staff 

E. H. Bradford, M.D. Maynard Ladd, M.D. 

F. B. Mallory, M.D. F. G. Balch, M.D. 

Abner Post, M.D. L. M. S. Miner, M.D., D.M.D. 

H. L. Morse, M.D. J. J. Thomas, M.D. 

John Lovett Morse, M.D. Robert W. Lovett, M.D. 

Active Staff 

Visiting Surgeon • Visiting Physiologist 

James S. Stone, M.D. Walter B. Cannon, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeon Visiting Pathologist 

Robert B. Osgood, M.D. S. B. Wolbach, M.D. 

Visiting Physician Visiting Pharmacologist 

Oscar M. Schloss, M.D. Reid Hunt, M.D. 

Visiting Chemist Surgeon in Diseases of Throat 

Otto Folin, M.D. D. Crosby Greene, M.D. 

Neurologist 
Bronson Crothers, M.D. 

Associate Staff 
Medical Department 
Associate Physicians 
Richard M. Smith, M.D. James L. Gamble, M.D. 

Assistant Physicians 
Philip H. Sylvester, M.D. Edwin T. Wyman, M.D. 

Junior Assistant Physicians 

Joseph I. Grover, M.D. Lewis W. Hill, M.D. 

Karlton G. Percy, M.D. David Hassman, M.D. 

Paul W. Emerson, M.D. Hyman Green, M.D. 

Harold C. Stuart, M.D. Eli Friedman, M.D. 

Lynne A. Hoag, M.D. 

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Clinical Assistant Physicians 

Eliot Hubbard, Jr., M.D. Morris T. Briggs, M.D. 

Mary Putnam, M.D. George F. H. Bowers, M.D. 

Surgical Department 

Associate Surgeon 
William E. Ladd, M.D. 

Assistant Surgeons 
Charles G. Mixter, M.D. George D. Cutler, M.D. 

Junior Assistant Surgeon 
Thomas H. Lanman, M.D. 

Orthopedic Department 

Associate Surgeon 

Robert Soutter, M.D. 

Assistant Surgeons 

Arthur T. Legg, M.D. Henry J. Fitzsimmons, M.D. 

James W. Sever, M.D. Frank R. Ober, M.D. 

Junior Assistant Surgeons 

A. H. Brewster, M.D. Joseph H. Shortell, M.D. 

W. F. Cotting, M.D. 

Clinical Assistants 
George Carpenter, M.D. Ralph G. Ghormley, M.D. 

Department of Laryngology and Otology 

Surgeon 
D. Harold Walker, M.D. 

Assistant Surgeons 

E. W. Herman, M.D. Harold G» Tobey, M.D. 

E. A. Meserve, M.D. 

Graduate Assistant Surgeons 
Leon Braumer, M.D. Stephen G. Rothwell, M.D. 



MEDICAL OFFICERS 

Dental Department 
Oral Surgeon Assistant Oral Surgeon 

Fred R. Blumenthal, D.M.D. Philip I. Johnson, D.M.D. 

Graduate Assistant 
Walter Vaughan, D.M.D. 

Special Department 



Gynecologist 
Henry T. Hutchins, M.D. 

Ophthalmologist 
Alexander Quackenboss, M.D. 

Anaesthetist 
Freeman Allen, M.D. 

Assistant Chemists 

Anne Messer 
Hope Fagan 



Roentgenologist 
Charles Leibman, M.D. 

Assistant Ophthalmologist 

E. R. Goodall, M.D. 

Bacteriologist 

F. B. Grinnell, M.D. 

Assistant Bacteriologist 
E. W. Brown, A.B. 



Resident Staff 

Superintendent 
Miss Ida C. Smith, R.N. 



Assistant Superintendent 
Miss Christine Mekkelsen, R.N. 

Director, School of Nursing Assistant Director, School of Nursing 

Miss Mary L. Wakefield, R.N. Miss Mary Burgess, R.N. 



Supervisor, Out-P atient Department 
Miss Ida G. Buckley, R.N. 

Resident Physician 
Arthur F. Anderson, M.D. 



Supervisor, Private Ward 
Miss Marjorie McIntosh, R.N. 

Assistant Resident Physicians 

Roland Newsam, M.D. 
Robert O. Dubois, M.D. 



Resident Pathologist 
John Wilson, M.D. 

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House Physicians 

Howard F. Rowley, M.D. 
Samuel Levine, M.D. 
Francis S. Smyth, M.D. 



Assistant Anaesthetists 

Miss Ethel L. Leslie 
Miss Ellen Donahue 



House Surgeons 

George E. Daniels, M.D. 
John D. Ball, M.D. 
F. L. Forte, M.D. 
Maxwell Harbin, M.D. 
Solomon D. David, M.D. 

Director of Social Service Department 
Miss Mabel Wilson 



Director of Clinic for Paralytic Cases 
Miss Mary Trainor 



Director of Speech Clinic 
Mrs. Emma G. Tunnicliffe 



Director of Physical Therapeutics 
Miss Janet B. Merrill 



Frank R. Smith 
Donald C. Bell 
Felipe Muro 
Myron O. Henry 



Graduate House Officers, IQ22 

Rudolph L. Diesel 
Arthur G. Davis 
H. H. Mewburn 
Herbert C. Soule 



Harold H. Hitchcock A. Roland Newsam 

Maurice Adelman 



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Report of Board of Managers 



THE past year has been notable in many ways, and the 
capacity of The Children's Hospital to fulfill its mission 
is greater than ever. A thoroughly equipped laboratory, 
staffed from the Harvard Medical School, has been completed 
and for several months has been operating to the great advantage 
of the patients. 

The Private Ward was open throughout the year to the satis- 
faction of those who made use of it, and the needed addition of 
a diet kitchen has been provided. Though the financial returns 
of the Private Ward are not yet entirely satisfactory, the Mana- 
gers feel that as it becomes better known, not only will a much- 
needed want be filled, but help provided for such patients as 
are unable to pay. 

The contribution of a fund from the Camp Devens Unit has 
made possible an addition which will provide a lecture room for 
nurses, a necessity of which they were deprived when the Private 
Ward was equipped. 

An event of great importance is the erection on our land of a 
Hospital Building by the Infants' Hospital to house their 
patients. The care of these infants will be entrusted to the 
Superintendent, Medical Staff, and Nurses of our Hospital. 
Both Hospitals must benefit by this arrangement, as the saving 
of overhead expenses will be considerable, in addition to other 
obvious advantages. 

Dr. Robert W. Lovett, for many years the head of the Ortho- 
pedic Department, has retired, but we are fortunate in having 
for his successor Dr. Robert B. Osgood, Professor of Orthopedic 
Surgery at the Harvard Medical School. The Children's Hospi- 
tal owes very much to Dr. Lovett, not only for the time and 
interest devoted to its needs, but for the commanding reputation 
attained by his department, which was largely due to his 
capacity and efforts. 

Dr. Harold C. Ernst, our Visiting Bacteriologist, resigned 
shortly before his untimely death. His valuable services and 
unfailing interest will be sorely missed. 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

A very thorough reorganization of work and expenses has 
been attempted during the year, and it is confidently believed 
that the economies effected are without sacrifice of efficiency. 
From a financial point of view there has been much encourage- 
ment. 

In June the "Boston Post" organized a baseball game between 
nines made up of old players. The game was largely attended 
and a splendid contribution of $10,000 was made to our funds. 

In September a generous percentage of gross receipts during 
an anniversary sale at Jays was generously contributed. 

In the autumn an appeal was made for annual contributions to 
meet the increased expenses and reduce the deficit, which had 
attained alarming proportions. The appeal was not in vain, 
and a good cause has been helped not only by the givers but 
by those who gave much time and energy to achieve the good 
result. To one and all such I extend on behalf of the Managers 
cordial thanks. 

It is to be hoped that all contributors will continue to help 
The Children's Hospital, for without such help the work cannot 
continue as at present, and much less provide for the expansion 
already urgently needed. 

The Welfare Committee has been very active, as appears from 
their report, and these activities have been of untold benefit and 
help. 

GEORGE P. GARDNER, 

President. 



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The Private Ward 



THE building of the Private Ward was brought about by a 
demand on the part of those who can afford it for the 
special facilities afforded by The Children's Hospital, as 
well as by an urgent appeal on the part of the Hospital Staff 
for a place where they could care for their private patients in 
close proximity to their general hospital free work. 

While the return on the investment has not in the first year 
proved entirely satisfactory, the work done for those who have 
made use of the ward has fully justified its construction. Well 
patronized, the existence of the ward can materially assist in 
the maintenance of the free work in the public wards, any sur- 
plus going entirely to the care of the charity patients and to 
no one else. 

The Private Ward offers the special advantages of The 
Children's Hospital in the care, feeding, and general welfare 
of children by a nursing staff specially trained in this Hospital. 

The charges are: — 

Single room, $6 a day to $13 a day. 

The highest price including a bathroom. 

No extra charge is made for the parent or other adult 

occupying the same room with child. 
There is a pleasant private dining room where parents 

may get their meals at moderate prices. 

TWO ROOMS AND BATH, $13.50 A DAY TO $25 A DAY. 

This price includes meals for the parent in charge of the 
child. 



Beds in rooms in which there are more than one patient 

$5 A DAY. 



The above prices include ordinary drugs and services of the 
floor nurse. 

The Hospital Staff is always anxious to co-operate with the 
family physician. 



13 



Report of the Treasurer 



Statement of Income and Expense for the Year 
ended December 31, 1922 
Income: 



Net Hospital earnings and miscellaneous income 

Interest and dividends 

Subscriptions and donations .... 
Subscriptions through Welfare Committee (net) 
Miscellaneous income (estates, etc.) 



£172,543 
36,076 

158,004 

11,347 

10,048 



•49 
•71 

.48 
.70 
•57 



Total income . 
Expenses: 

Hospital expenses 

Corporation expense 

Insurance . . 

Interest 

Taxes 

Miscellaneous expense 

Total expenses 





#388,020.95 


#298,159.21 




4.538-71 




2,937-59 




12,835.25 




185-25 




95 10 






318,750.94 



Excess of income over expense, credited to general fund . $69,270.01 



Statement of Hospital Receipts and Expenses 

Receipts: 

Net Hospital earnings $172,543.49 



Expenses: 

Administration expenses: 

Salaries, officers and clerks .... 

Books, periodicals, etc 

Express, travel, etc 

Printing, stationery and office supplies 
Telephone and telegraph (service and wages) 
Sundries 



117,187 
318 

377 
5,225 
9,182 

222 



9i 

72 
42 

99 
39 

08 



Total administration expenses 
Carried forward 



£32,5i4-5i 
£32,5i4-5i 



14 



THE TREASURER 



Brought forward .... 

Expenses — Continued. 

Professional care of patients' expenses: 
Salaries and wages: 



£32,5i4oi 



Muscle training . 


$2,103.00 




Orderlies 


2,662.88 




Orthopedic . 


1,781.67 




Out-patient . 


7,098.33 




Ward employees . 


6,837.49 




Special nurses and nurses on 




pay roll 


20,924.06 


$41,407.43 


Medical and general care: 






Medical and surgical supplies 




and equipment 


. $16,709.19 




Sundries 


1,061.37 


17,770.56 






Clothing, etc.: 






Clothing 


$540.15 




Dry goods and small wares . 189.97 




Sundries 


37-71 


767.83 






Pharmacy: 






Salaries 


. ' $1,254.17 




Supplies and equipment 


4,231.94 


5,486.11 






Laboratories: 






Salaries 


£2,927.33 




Supplies and equipment 


540-95 


3,468.28 






School of nursing: 






Salaries 


. $10,336.84 




Supplies, etc. 


6,032.68 


16,369.52 






Social Service: 






Salaries 


£7,050.35 




Supplies, travel, etc. . 


421.23 


7,471-58 






X-ray and photography: 






Salaries 


$3,590.61 




Supplies and equipment 


2,610.00 


6,200.61 







Total professional care of patients' expenses 



98,941.92 



Carried forward $131,456.43 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Brought forward $131,456.43 

Expenses — Concluded. 

Department expenses: 

Dietitian's and housekeeping: 

Salaries and wages . . . $22,771.20 
Food . . . . . . 58,556.83 

Housekeeping supplies . . 6,445.31 

£87,773.34 

Laundry: 

Wages $7,903 . 46 

Supplies and equipment . . 1,353.49 

9,256.95 

Total department expenses 97,030.29 

Maintenance and operation of plant expenses: 

Wages $22,908.82 

Heat, light, power, etc 41,631.23 

Repairs and upkeep 2,890.26 

Rent 2,007.21 

Total maintenance and operation of plant expenses . 69,437.52 

Automobiles: 

Maintenance and operation of automobiles .... 234.97 

Total Hospital expenses $298,159.21 



16 



THE TREASURER 



Balance Sheet as of December 31, 1922 

Assets 

Current assets: 

Cash in bank $10,358.84 

Superintendent's account . . 3,000.00 

$13,358.84 

Accounts receivable at Hospital .... 19,367.88 

Accrued income on securities 11,218.72 

Insurance prepaid 3,106.26 

$47,051.70 

Real estate, plant and equipment: 

Site for new Nurses' Home $46,330.30 

Hospital buildings 1,011,766.71 

Hospital equipment 63,745.79 

Hotel Harvard (used for Nurses' Home) . . 241,202.14 

1,363,044.94 

Investment securities: 

General fund investments $269,112.48 

Restricted fund investments 711,056.29 

980, 1 68 . 77 

Other investment property: 

Real estate (%6 undivided interest, Atkins Estate) . . . 64,312.50 

Total assets $2,454,577.91 

Liabilities and Capital 

Liabilities: 

Accounts payable (current bills) $15,840.86 

Mortgage payable 125,000.00 

Total liabilities $140,840.86 

Capital: 

General fund $1,603,201.37 

Restricted investment funds 710,535.68 

2,313,737.05 

Total liabilities and capital $2,454,577.91 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Restricted Investment Funds, December 31, 1922 



Jr., Endowment 



Charles Tidd Baker 

Alanson Bigelow . 

Laura A. Brown . 

Helen G. Coburn . 

M. F. and S. W. Coppenhagen 

Harriett Otis Cruft 

Caroline T. Downes 

Charles H. Draper 

Eliza J. Bell Draper 

Eugene F. Farnham 

Marjorie Forbes . 

Robert Millholland Hanna, 

William Hilton 

Francis W. Hunnewell Indenture 

George S. Hyde 

Jaynes .... 

Mrs. Jerome Jones 

John D. W. Joy . 

Kate Andrea Knowlton 

Joseph W. Leighton 

Maria D. Lockwood Trust 

James C. Melvin . 

James C. Melvin, Jr. . 

A. H. and M. A. Munsell 

Amy Peabody 

Henrietta M. Pierce 

Adelaide H. Rollins 

Frank Davison Rust Memorial No. I 

Frank Davison Rust Memorial No. 2 

A. Shuman 

Harriett W. Taber 

Helen Hallett Thompson 

John Parker Townsend 

Elizabeth C. Ware 

Elizabeth White . 

Charles Loring Young . 

Unnamed restricted funds 



$10,150.00 

5,000.00 

9,957 -05 

49,900.50 

5,000.00 

20,000 . 00 

51,31400 
23,934- 12 
1,000.00 
5,104.00 
4,335-68 
5,000.00 
4,510.74 

25,063.35 

8,625.88 

11,447.00 

9,935-95 
5,000.00 
2,245.00 
12,000.00 
5,109.27 

49,25 1 25 

5,000 00 
21,105.32 
50,000.00 
5,000.00 
1,079.11 
6,200.00 
4,000 . 00 
1 ,000 . 00 
2,584.48 

10,363.15 

3,000.00 

24,819.83 

100,000.00 

5,000.00 

147,500.00 



Total 



$710,535.68 



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THE TREASURER 



Auditor's Certificate. 

As a result of an audit of the books and records of The Children's Hospital 
for the year ended December 31, 1922, I hereby certify that all cash shown to 
have been received has been accounted for; that satisfactory evidence of the 
approval and payment of all disbursements has been examined; that the 
balance called for by the cash account was on deposit in the several bank ac- 
counts or was in the office; that the income earned during the year by invest- 
ments held by the Hospital was properly accounted for; that all securities 
shown by the books were on hand or properly accounted for; that the Balance 
Sheet and Statement of Income and Expense submitted herewith are correct 
transcripts from the books of account, and, in my opinion, correctly set forth 
the financial condition of the Hospital as of December 31, 1922, and the results 
of its operations for the year ended at that date. 

Respectfully submitted, 

PERCY E. GLEASON, 

Certified Public Accountant. 



19 



Special Funds Disbursed by the 
Superintendent 



Received. Paid Out. On Hand 



Fund for Children's Pleasure and for Christmas 
Primary Department, First Congrega- 
tional Church, Cambridge . . . $3.00 

A widow 1 .00 

H. S. Ricker 2.00 

Red Cross 7 . 00 

Dr. Wolbach 2.00 

Mildred and John Johnson . . . . 2.46 

N. B. Brook 5.00 

Beatrice Olsen 1.27 

Miss Nina Fletcher 130.00 

Miss Fannie M. Faulkner . . . . 5.00 

Wm. Ordway 5. 00 

Mrs. B. L. Young 5.00 

Helen B. Shannon (Sabbatia Chapter, 

O. E. S.) 10.00 

Louise I. Barry 4.00 

Mrs. H. B. Nickerson 5.00 

Alice Thorpe 5. 00 

Mary L. Cavanaugh, Central School t 2.00 

Mrs. Albert L. Register . . . . 5.00 



$219.73 £176.15 £43-S8 

Harriet M. Pierce Pleasure Fund . . . £225.00 £127.70 £97.30 
A. Shuman Clothing Fund 

Income £100.00 £98.90 £1.10 

Adelaide H. Rollins Splint Fund 

Income £110.00 £107.10 £2.90 

Emergency Fund 

Mrs. Edgar N. Wrightington . . . £1,000.00 

Mrs. J. H. Lesh 350.00 

Mrs. E. M. Wilder 20.00 

Mrs. J. P. Marshall 10.00 

Mrs. Abbott 1.00 

Mrs. Chas. Whitney 4.00 

£1,385.00 £1,276.34 £108.66 
Special Relief 

Countess Moltke £100.00 

Miss Hersey's School Association . . 50.00 



£150.00 £33.00 £117.00 

20 1 



Legacies and Special Donations 

1922 



Legacies 

Estate of 

Charles Tidd Baker $10,000.00 

Caroline W. Bayley 8,514.03 

Lucy E. Conant 5,000.00 

Louise Crawford 2,000.00 

A. C. Marie Currier 1,356-75 

Maude G. Gillon 500.00 

Sarah A. Haskell 1,000.00 

Henry M. Peyser 750.00 

George M. Porter 2,010.44 

Josephine B. Rogers (securities) 5>55°- 2 5 

Josephine B. Rogers (cash) 1,342.26 

J. Pauline Schenkl 5,000.00 

Katharine E. Silsbee . . 25,000.00 

,,^/Adele G. Thayer 3,500.00 

George R. White 100,000.00 



Special Donations 

Camp Devens Unit, Army School of Nursing (for new classroom 

for Nurses' Training School) 

Dr. Percival J. Eaton (for new equipment) 

Miss Mary Weld (for Social Service Department) .... 



$171,523.73 



$7,874.14 

500.00 

5 ,000 . 00 

$13,374.14 



Edward K. and John Perry, of Lewis F. Perry Sons Company, are doing at 
actual cost a large amount of painting at the Hospital, and have further con- 
tributed as their gift $500 of this cost. 



Memorial Beds 

Dorchester Women's Club No. 2 . . . . 
Massachusetts Maine Daughters .... 

Swedish Women of Boston 

Women of Somerville, 1922 



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$1,004.97 

1,000.00 
1,000.00 
1,000.00 

$4,004.97 



Subscription Beds 



Jan. 12. Mr. William A. Gardner #100 

Jan. 28. Mr. and Mrs. George P. Gardner 100 

Mr. John L. Gardner 100 

Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Gardner, Jr 100 

Mar. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Max M. Adler 100 

Apr. 5. David P. Kimball 100 

Mrs. J. M. Sears . 100 

Hon. John W. Weeks 100 

Frank Whitney 100 

Mrs. Ernest B. Dane 100 

Apr. 7. Nathaniel T. Kidder 100 

James N. Hunnewell 100 

Mrs. Henry S. Hunnewell 100 

Maurice J. Curran 100 

Henry S. Hunnewell 100 

Miss Elizabeth G. Houghton 100 

Miss Martha A. Alford 100 

Mrs. Bayard Tuckerman, Jr. 100 

Apr. 17. Mr. William Spaulding 100 

Mr. John T. Spaulding 100 

Mrs. Bayard Warren 100 

Miss Sarah F. Bremer 100 

June 5. Mrs. John S. Ames and Mrs. Hobart Ames (use of North 

Easton District Nursing Committee) 100 

Aug. 10. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. L. Blake 200 

Sept. 2. Mrs. Robert Saltonstall 100 



[22] 



List of Memorial Beds 



By a vote of the Corporation. — Any person giving to the corporation at one 
time not less than one thousand dollars has the privilege of affixing a name to a 
bed in the Hospital, subject to the decision of the Managers in each case. This 
permission, however, does not carry with it any right or control over the bed 
named. 



Ward i Lower. Boys, Medical 

Hope, Clement (sun parlor) 
George F. Kimball 
H. Clarence Shapiro 
Amory Sullivan 



Henry A. Turner 

Carrie Elizabeth Tver (sun parlor) 

James Henry Williams 

Robert P. Williams 



Ward I Upper. Girls, Medical 

Sarah P. Lowell Blake 
Florence Cobb Brooks 
Maria F. Coppenhagen 
Sarah W. Coppenhagen 
Florence Dean Curtis 
Jessie Preston Draper 
Rosamond Freeman 
Margaret Constance Ellis 



Alice M. C. Matthews 
Theresa Pierce 
Susan Wells Preston 
Ellen Richards Slater 
Bertha F. Taylor 
Harriet E. P. Wood 
Irene Wood 



Ward 2. Babies, Surgical and Orthopedic 



Martha Higginson Barbour 
Abigail P. Banchor 
Charles A. Chapman 
Children of Eliza J. Bell Draper 
Francis Welles Hunnewell 
Gertrude Gouverneur Hunnewell 



Ruth Martin 

Gail Gorham Whitcomb 

The Amaranth Literary Circle 

Dorchester Woman's Club 

Women of Somerville 



Ward 4. Boys and Girls, Surgical 



Charles Dalton 

Marjorie Forbes 

William Gray 

Kent Pettingill 

Dorothy Quincy 

Brookline Woman's Club 

Swedish Women of Greater Boston 



Massachusetts Maine Daughters 

Rachel Tower Tarbell 

Livingston Wadsworth 

Sarah Wyman Whitman 

Dorothy Winthrop 

Wellesley Hills Woman's Club 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Ward 5 Lower. Boys, Orthopedic 

Frank Seaver Billings James C. Melvin, Jr. 

Louis Bridgman Francis Skinner 

Charles Dickens Stephen Wheatland 

Edward Ellery Knowlton Charles Loring Young 

Hermon John Huidekoper Robert Millholland Hanna, Jr. 

Ward 5 Upper. Girls, Orthopedic 

Julia H. Appleton Mary Ellen Putnam 

Frances Todd Baldwin Sarah Eliza Thatcher 

Harriet M. Billings Louise Julia Tucker 

Selina Jarvie Fletcher Sarah Wyman Whitman 
Ellen Maria Pierce 



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Donations and Subscriptions 



Abbott, Curtis 


#1.00 


Abbott, Gordon 


2,623.50 


Abbott, Mrs. Gordon . 


. 100.00 


Abbott, Hall & Co. 


10.00 


Abraham, Mrs. Bessie S. 


5.00 


Abrams, Mrs. Sarnuel J. 


3.00 


Abramson, Harry . 


1 .00 


A. C. L. Fund 


10.00 


Adair, Thomas A. . 


1 .00 


Adamowski, Mrs. Gertrude 


15.00 


Adams, A. E. . 


1 .00 


Adams Brothers 


5.00 


Adams, Chapman Company 


10.00 


Adams, Charles F. 


100.00 


Adams, Mrs. Charles H. 


10.00 


Adams, Clarence H. 


1 .00 


Adams & Dodge 


5.00 


Adams, Ernest L. . 


5.00 


Adams, Miss Ethelind . 


25.00 


A Friend .... 


5.00 


Adams, John . 


10.00 


Adams, Karl 


25.00 


Adams, Mrs. Karl . 


25.00 


Adams, L. Sherman 


50.00 


Adams, Norman I. 


10.00 


Adams, Rufus D. . 


5.00 


Adams, Samuel G. 


100.00 


Adams, W. C. . 


10.00 


Adams, W. R. . . 


1 .00 


Adduci, Emilio 


2 .00 


Adelberg, Mrs. S. . 


3.00 


Adelman, Louis J. . 


2.00 


Adlow, Nathan 


1 .00 


Advent Christian Publica- 




tion Society 


5-25 


Advertisers Press Inc., The . 


10.00 


Advertisers Press Inc., The, 




employees . 


6.05 


Agassiz, Rodolphe . 


25.00 


Aiken, Alfred L. . 


50.00 


Aiken, Henry M. S. 


2.00 


Aisner, Mrs. Julia . 


2.00 



Akins, May J. 
Albani, Joseph 
Alberts, Mrs. I. 
Albertson, S. . 
Albiani, Joseph 
Alden, George D, 
Alden Speare's Sons Co. 
Aldrich, Mr. and Mrs 

William T. . 
Alentuck, M. K. . 
Alexander, Blanche L 
Alford, E. B. . 
Anonymous 
Anonymous 
Alford, William 
Alfordon, J. Wesley 
All American Garment Com 

pany 
Allbright, Susan B 
Allen, B. B. . 
Allen, Ellen C. 
Allen, Frank G. 
Allen, G. A. . 
Allen, Herbert F. 
Allen, J. Weston 
Allen, P. B. . 
Allen, Philip R. 
Allen, Roger K. 
Allen, William H. 
Allen, W. K. . 
Almy, William 
Alper, Mrs. Morris 
Alpine Press . 
Altimar, Thomas 
Altman, Mrs. Samuel 
American Engraving Co 
American Trust Company 

employees . 
Ames, Chester G. . 
Ames, Mrs. F. Lothrop 
Ames, Mrs. James Barr 
Ames, John S. 



$1 .00 
1 .00 

10.00 
5.00 
2.00 
1 .00 

10.00 

100.00 

1 .00 

3.00 

50.00 

100.00 

100.00 

10.00 

1 .00 

15.00 
5.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

25.00 
2.00 
1 .00 
2.00 
1 .00 

25.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

25 .00 
8.00 
5.00 
1 .00 

10.00 
5.00 

44 05 

1 .00 

100.00 

25.00 
250.0c 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver . #250.00 
Amory, Mrs. C. W. . . 10.00 
Amory, Harcourt, Jr. . . 5.00 
Amory, Mrs. Robert . . 25.00 
Amory, Roger . . . 10.00 

Amory, Mrs. William . . 100.00 
Amsden, Mrs. Lois C. . . 5.00 
Amster, Mrs. N. . . . 50.00 
Anderson, Mrs. (book) . . 1.00 
Anderson, Mrs. . . . .25 

Anderson, Carl . . . .50 

Anderson, Christina . . .50 

Anderson, Clayton & Co. . 25.00 
Anderson, G. Walter . . 25.00 
Anderson, John H. . . 1.00 

Anderson, Mrs. J. W. . . .50 

Anderson, Mr. & Mrs. Larz . 200.00 
Anderson, Mrs. M. F. . . 1.00 
Andres, Mrs. Laura B. . . 5.00 
Andrews, Mark, Company . 25.00 
Angelo, D., Brothers . . 1.00 
Angelo, G., Fruit Company . 25.00 
Angevine, Jay B. . . . 2.00 
Angier, Mrs. G. M. . . 50.00 
Angulia, Frank . . . 5. 00 
Angus, George R. . . . 5.00 
Angus, Mrs. John B. . . 1.00 
Anis, Master Francis . . 1.00 

Anonymous contributions in 

cash 290.70 

Anonymous — In memory of 
the Misses Martha Curtis 
Stevenson, Annie Brace 
Stevenson and Frances 
Greely Stevenson of Brook- 
line ..... 
Anonymous small subscrip 

tions .... 
Anonymous 
Anonymous (two #25 sub 

scriptions) . 
Anonymous 
Anonymous 
Anonymous (four 

scriptions) . 
Anonymous (two 

scriptions) . 
Anonymous (ten 

scriptions) . 
Anonymous 
Anonymous 
Anonymous 



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$2 

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sub- 



250.00 

137.00 
100.00 

50.00 

10.00 

9.00 

20.00 

4.00 

10.00 

•55 

•50 

50.00 



Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anthony, A. A 

Anthony, A. C 

Anthony & Smith, Inc. 

Apostolu Brothers 

Appleton, Miss Maud E 

Appleton, Samuel 

Appleton, William 

Apthrop, Mrs. H. O 

Apthrop, Mrs. H. O., Jr. 

Aries, Mrs. Emil A. 

Armour Grain Company 

Armour Leather Company 

Armsby, J. K., Company 

Armsby, J. K., Company, 

office force . 
Army 

Arnold, Edmund K. 
Arnold, Fred A. 
Arnold, George A. . 
Aronberg, P. . 
Aronson, Ben . 
Aronson, I. 
Aronson, Mrs. Ida 
Aronson, J. 
Artesani, R. T. 
Aspinwall & Lincoln 
Atkins, E. F., Jr. . 
Atkins, Mrs. Fred . 
Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs 

Edward W. 
Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. 
Attleboro Chapter, D. A. R 
Atwood, Mrs. Alton B. 



$5 00 
3.00 
3.00 
2.00 
2.00 
.00 
00 
00 
00 
00 

CO 

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00 

.00 
00 

.00 

• 25 

• 25 

100.00 

1 .00 

5.00 

50.00 

5.00 

100.00 
100.00 

25.00 

15.00 

3.00 

1 .00 

25.00 
50.00 
25.00 

6.00 

5.00 

10.00 

10.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

2.00 

•50 

3.00 

5.00 

1 .00 

5.00 

10.00 

1 .00 

100.00 

25.00 

1 .00 

5.00 



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DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Atwood, W. F. 
Atwood, William T. 
Auburndale Women's Club 
Auerbach, Frederic S. 
Austin, Mrs. David 
Austin, G. M., & Sons 
Austin, James W. . 
Austin, Mary H. . 
Austin, Richard 
Avery, Albert E. . 
Anonymous 
Avery & Clinkard . 
Avery Hotel Company 
Axon, John 
Ayer, Charles F. 
Ayer, Mrs. F. R. . 
Ayer, Mrs. James B. 
Ayer, Nathaniel F. 

Babbitt, F. L. 

Babcock, Mrs. J. 

Babineau, A. . 

Babson, C. M. 

Babson, Grace M. 

Bachman, Clara 

Bachman, H. . 

Backu, W. H. 

Backus, John H. 

Bacon, Charles F. 

Bacon, F. C. . 

Bacon, William 

Badger, Daniel B. 

Badger, Walter I. 

Baer, Louis 

Bailen, Samuel L. 

Bailey, Harry L. 

Bailey, Mr. & Mrs. James A 

Bailey, Mrs. P. H 

Bailey Press, The 

Bailey's . 

Baird, Charles L. 

Baird, F. H. . 

Bake, Carlotta E. 

Bake, Norma I. 

Baker, Mrs. . 

Baker, Mrs. B. J. 

Baker, Daniel I. 

Anonymous 

Baker, George D. 

Baker, Helen S. 

Baker, John R. 

Baker, Mary J. 



#1 .00 


Baker, W. K. . 


$1.00 


2.00 


Balch, John 


15.00 


9-50 


Balch, Mrs. Lewis . 


10.00 


I .oo 


Balcour, Helen 


.50 


20. OO 


Baldwin, E. C. 


1 .00 


5.00 


Baldwin, G. G. 


5.00 


25.00 


Baldwin, James H. 


1 .00 


5.00 


Baldwin, William H. 


2.00 


2S.OO 


Ball, Francis G. 


1 .00 


•50 


Banash, David, & Son . 


10.00 


25.OO 


Bancroft, Hugh 


. 100.00 


5.00 


Bangs, Harry W. . 


1 .00 


25.OO 


Banks, N. J. . 


1 .00 


I. OO 


Bannan, William J. 


5.00 


IO.OO 


Banner Brothers 


10.00 


IO.OO 


Barber, J. W., Advertising 


■ 


IO.OO 


Agency 


10.00 


100.00 


Barbosa, Jose . 


1 .00 




Barbour, Edmund D. . 


5.00 


2.00 


Barbour, Master John . 


4-50 


2.00 


Barbour, Thomas . 


50.00 


I. 00 


Barclay, Brown & Bird 


10.00 


1. 00 


Barkas & Terzis 


2.00 


1. 00 


Barker, George J., Lumber 




2.00 


Company 


25.00 


2.00 


Barker, H. S. . 


5.00 


5.00 


Barlow, Charles L. 


10.00 


5.00 


Barnard, F. J., & Co. . 


5.00 


100.00 


Barnard, James H. 


50.00 


1 .00 


Barnes, Burton E. 


1 .00 


25.00 


Barnes, Charles B. 


10.00 


25.00 


Barnes, Frank L. . 


5.00 


10.00 


Barnes, George L. . 


5.00 


25.00 


Barnes, M. A. . 


1 .00 


10.00 


Barnet, Claire P. . 


5.00 


50.00 


Barnet, Mrs. Howard Jonas 


10.00 


10.00 


Barnet, Mrs. S. J. . 


25.00 


1 .00 


Barnett, Carolyn A. 


1 .00 


5.00 


Barney, Mrs. A. S. 


5.00 


25.00 


Barney, G. R. 


15.00 


25.00 


Barney's Lunch 


1 .00 


5.00 


Barnie, Mrs. . 


•50 


1. 00 


Barnstead Manufacturing 




1. 00 


Company 


5.00 


1 .00 


Baron, William 


1 .00 


25.00 


Barr, A. G 


1 .00 


5.00 


Barrell, William A. 


10.00 


25.00 


Barrett, David L. . 


1 .00 


1 .00 


Barrett, Loretta C. 


1 .00 


100.00 


Barrett, Mary M. . 


1 .00 


1. 00 


Barron, Anderson Company 


25 .00 


1. 00 


Barron, Cecelia A. 


5.00 



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Barron, Clarence W.« 


$100.00 


Barron, Jennie Loitman 


1 .00 


Barron, Samuel, Jr. 


1 .00 


Barron, William 


1 .00 


Barry, Clara B. 


5.00 


Barry, John F. 


1 .00 


Barry, Katherine . 


5.00 


Barry, Mrs. Richard 


•50 


Barry, Thayer & Co. 


25.00 


Barsalow, Oscar E., & Co. 


5.00 


Barstow, F. V. 


5.00 


Bartholomew, Ethel C. 


2.00 


Bartholomew, W. F. 


25.00 


Bartlett, Mrs. 


1 .00 


Bartlett, Florence R. 


100.00 


Bartlett, F. W. 


1 .00 


Bartlett, Matthew 


100.00 


Bartlett, Mrs. Matthew 


5.00 


Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Nel- 




son S., Jr. . 


100.00 


Bartol, Miss Elizabeth H. 


75.00 


Bartol, Mrs. J. W. 


25.00 


Barton, Durstine & Osborn 


5.00 


Barton, Mrs. Frederick 0. 


20.00 


Bascom, H. A. 


5.00 


Basker, Mrs. S. J. . 


10.00 


Bassett, J. Colby . 


30.00 


Batchelder, Mrs. W. B. 


1 .00 


Bates, Abbie L. 


1 .00 


Bates, Edith M. . 


1 .00 


Bates, John L. t 


10.00 


Bates, Mrs. Oric 


50.00 


Bates, R. E. . 


•5o 


Bath, Eva M. 


1 .00 


Battelle, Miss Sarah W. 


15.00 


Bauer, Oscar S. 


25.00 


Baxter, Mrs. J. B. 


5.00 


Bay State Grocery Company 


10.00 


Baylan, Frank J. . 


1 .00 


Bayley, Mrs. Martha R. 


150.00 


Baylies, Walter C. 


250.00 


Baylies, Mrs. Walter C. 


61.00 


A. M. B 


50.00 


Beachmont Current Events 




Club .... 


10.00 


Beacon Trust Company, em- 




ployees 


18.50 


Beal, Mrs. Boylston A. . 


150.00 


Beal, Henry W. 


10.00 


Beal, Thomas P. 


50.00 


Beal, Thomas P., Jr. 


10.00 


Bean, Margaret G. 


1 .00 



Beattie, Mary L. . 
Beaudreau, J. R. . 
Beaudreau, Mabel Lee . 
Beauvais, L. F. 
Beck, Alice C. and A. D. 
Beck, Stella . 
Becker, M. 
Beebe, E. Pierson . 
Beebe, William 
Beele, Mrs. S. J. . 
Behuke, L. C. 
Bell, Becky . 
Bell, H. E. . 
Bell, Mr. & Mrs. Stoughton 
Bell, Theodore P. . 
Bellar, Mrs. R. S. . 
Bellevue Hotel Company 
Belmont Lend-a-hand Society 
A. F. B. . 
Bemis, Frank B. 
Bemis, Mrs. Harry H. 
Bemis, Leonora 
Benedict, E. S. 
Benersani, G. . 
Benjaman, W. W. . 
Benjamin, E. P. 
Benjamin, Henrietta 
Benjamin, W. W., & Co 
Benner, Maude J. . 
Bennett, E. P. 
Benoit, Mrs. U. L. 
Benton, J. 
Benzaquin, M. D. . 
Berenson, Bernard 
Berger, Mrs. Mary 
Bergman, Maurice 
Bergstrom, Harold U. 
Berkeley Press of Boston 

The . 
Berkman, Joseph 
Berkorz, Mrs. M. . 
Berkowitz, M. 
Berman, A. 
Bernkopf, Max E. . 
Berry, Mrs. Chester 
Berry, John K. 
Berry, Mabel H. . 
Berry-Wales Company 
Bettincourt, Joseph S., Jr. 
Bickford, H. M., Company 
Bicknell, H. V. 
Biddle, Mrs. W. E. 



$1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

50.00 
5.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

•25 
1 .00 

50.00 
1 .00 
2.00 

25.00 

25.00 

25.00 

200 . 00 

5.00 

1 .00 

10.00 
2.00 

10.00 
5.00 
1 .00 

25.00 
5.00 
7.00 

•75 
1 .00 
10.00 
5.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 

10.00 

5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
5.00 

•25 

5.00 

1 .00 

10.00 

1 .00 

25.00 

25.00 

50.00 



28 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Bidwell, R. B. 


£5 


00 


Blomquist, Edith . 


$1 


00 


Bieringer, Leo 


5 


00 


Blood, J. B., & Co. 


100 


00 


Bigelow, Henry Forbes . 


5o 


00 


Bloom, Mrs. William 


5 


.00 


Bigelow, Mrs. Henry Forbe 


3 50 


00 


Bloom, William, & Co. 


25 


00 


Bigelow, Mrs. Lewis S. 


100 


00 


Bloomberg, A. 


1 


.00 


Bigelow, Prescott, Jr. . 


10 


00 


Blue Fish C. H. Club . 


300 


00 


Bigelow, Ruth D. . 


15 


00 


Bluhm, Sarah 


5 


00 


Bigelow, Dr. William Sturgi 


> 100 


00 


Blumenthal, Abraham . 


10 


00 


Billings, A. 


15 


00 


Blunt, H. H. . 


25 


00 


Billings, C. 0. — In memory 






Boardman, Reginald 


50 


00 


of Little Tad 


5 


00 


Boardman, Mrs. William D 


5 


00 


Binner, Stella E. 


10 


00 


Bock, Mrs. Jacob . 


1 


.00 


Bird, Mary . 




25 


Bodman, Miss Sara E. . 


• 15 


.00 


Bird, Maynard S. . 


5 


00 


Bogardus, F. R. 


1 


00 


Bird, Mrs. Reginald W. 


100 


00 


Bogrette, John T. . 


1 


00 


Birdsall, A. W. 


10 


00 


Bohm, Mrs. 0. 




50 


Birnbaum, Airs. Birnard — 






Boit, Robert A., & Co. . 


100 


.00 


In memory of Ruth Birn- 






Boland, Dr. & Mrs. E. S. 


10 


00 


baum .... 


5 


00 


Boland, Mary 


5 


00 


Birnbaum, Ernestine 


2 


00 


Bole, Jennie F. 


1 


00 


Bisbee, Mrs. Harold 


1 


00 


Boleman, Mrs. A. H. . 


2 


00 


Bishop, A. W. 


2 


00 


Bolles, Miss Dorothy F. 


5 


00 


Bisset, Charles W. T. . 


1 


00 


Bonardi, Orsi . 


5 


00 


Bitner, L. I. . 


25 


00 


Boncardo, Domerica 




25 


Bixby, W. H. . 


2 


00 


Bond, Frances 


1 


00 


Black, Frank . 


25 


00 


Bond, Henry Herrick . 


10 


00 


Blaine, Mrs. Graham 


5 


00 


Bond, P. S. . 


5 


00 


Blaisdell, A. E. 


1 


00 


Bondreau, Bertha M. . 


1 


00 


Blaisdell, Fred L. . 


5 


00 


Bongavano, Mrs. Mariano 


1 


00 


Blake, Mrs. Arthur W. 


20 


00 


Bonin, Geffrey 


1 


oc 


Blake, Mrs. Francis 


25 


00 


Bonney, Maria L. . 


1 


00 


Blake, Mr. & Mrs. George B 


. 100 


00 


Boomer, J. Robert 


1 


00 


Blake, Mr. & Mrs. J. A. L. 


800 


00 


Boot and Shoe Recorder Pub 






Blake, Robert 


1 


00 


lishing Company 


50 


00 


Blake, Vaas & Kelligrew 






Booth, Ernest 


10 


00 


Co 


150 


00 


Borges, V. Edward 


• 10 


00 


Blakely, Miss . 


1 


00 


Boss, Mrs. S. C. . 




45 


Blanchard, Emily A. 


1 


00 


Bosson, L. K. 


5 


00 


Blanchard Printing Co. 


26 


50 


Boston Bank Note Company 


r J 5 


00 


Blanchard Printing Com- 






Boston Carmen's Union 


100 


00 


pany, employees 


13 


25 


Boston Council Girl Scouts 


100 


00 


Anonymous 


5i 


72 


Boston Council Girl Scouts 






Blank, F. C. . 


3 


00 


(Scout Sunday contribu- 






Blankenship, Mrs. 




50 


tion) .... 


104 


56 


Blatchley, H. C. . 


5 


00 


Boston Envelope Company 


10 


00 


Blicleham, J. W. . 


1 


00 


Boston Filter Company 


10 


00 


Bliss, A. T., & Co. . 


5 


00 


Boston Fire Department 






Bliss, Fabyan ' & Co., em- 






members of 


1,000 


00 


ployees 


41 


00 


Boston Ice Company 


25 


00 


Blodget & Co. 


10 


00 


Boston Letter Carrier's Mu- 






Blodgett, Mrs. Charles W. 


75 


00 


tual Benefit Association 


50 


00 


Blodgett, E. E. 


10 


00 


Boston Mailing Company 


50 


00 



29 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Boston Mailing Company 


) 


Branchi, Mrs. 


$1.00 


employees . 


. $26.25 


Brande, A. 


1 .00 


Anonymous 


. 25.00 


Brandegee, Mrs. Edward D 


50.00 


Boston Post Publishing Com- 




Brandon Hall Operating 


' 


pany, proceeds of Old 


Company 


10.00 


Timers' Baseball Game 


10,672.69 


Brassil, Dr. Timothy 


1. 00 


Boston Safe Deposit and 


Bray, Phyllis . 


1 .00 


Trust Company, employee 


s 16.00 


Brayman, Julius J. 


1 .00 


Boston Terminal Refrigerat 




Breckenridge, Gerald W. 


1 .00 


ing Company 


10.00 


Breen, James J. 


5.00 


Bosworth, Mr. and Mrs. G 




Bremer, Miss Edith 


25.00 


H. B 


•50 


Bremer, Miss Mabel F. 


10.00 


Bothfeld, Mrs. Anna E. 


15.00 


Bremer, S. Parker . 


. 100.00 


Bourgeau, Daniel . 


1 .00 


Brennan, Mrs. J. F. 


1 .00 


Bourne, Mr. . 




2.00 


Brennan, M. F. 


1 .00 


Bourne, John S. R. 




2.00 


Breslin, Margaret M. 


1 .00 


Bovie, Martha A. . 




1 .00 


Bresnan, Jane 


2.00 


Bowden, E. F. 




5.00 


Brett, Gray & Hartwell 


10.00 


Bowditch, Miss Corneli; 


i 


10.00 


Brett, H. L. . 


1 .00 


Bowditch, Ingersoll 




5.00 


Brew, Clayton W. . 


1 .00 


Bowditch, Mrs. I. . 




1.99 


Brewer, Cyrus, & Co. . 


130.00 


Bowen, Benjamin J. 




5.00 


Brewer, Miss E. 


25.00 


Bowers, Frank H. . 




5.00 


Brewer, Edward M. 


50.00 


Bowes, F. C. . 




1 .00 


Brewer, Miss Fannie R. 


25.00 


Bowker, Florence L. 




1 .00 


Brewer, Lucy P. — In memory 




Bowker, Mrs. W. H. 




15.00 


of Charles D. Brewer 


100.00 


Bowles, John . 




5.00 


Bricket, James A. . 


1 .00 


Bowley, Mrs. H. L. 




1 .00 


Brickman, I. A. 


1 .00 


Bowman, Janet R. 




1 .00 


Bridey, Herbert M. 


2.00 


Bowman, John W. 




10.00 


Bridges, S. W., & Co., Inc. . 


100.00 


Bowman, Margaret A. 




1 .00 


Brierly, Harry T., and famil) 


r 5.00 


Boyd, CM.. 




50.00 


Briggs, Alton E. 


5.00 


Boyd, Elbert R. . 




1 .00 


Briggs, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. 


2.00 


Boyle & Bradley . 




10.00 


Brigham, Mrs. Clifford 


5.00 


Brackett, Mrs. R. P. 




1 .00 


Brightman, H. W. 


10.00 


Bradford, Mrs. Ellen 




5.00 


Brilliant, Mrs. Samuel F. 


5.00 


Bradford, Mrs. Minnie < 


<-> 


5.00 


Brine, Elizabeth A. 


5.00 


Bradlee, Arthur T. 




100.00 


Brine, Mary E. 


10.00 


Bradlee, F. J. . 




10.00 


Brine, Paul B. 


2.00 


Bradlee, Henry G. 




250.00 


Brinn, W. E. . . . 


1 .00 


Bradlee, Mrs. Reginald 


10.00 


Bristol, S. S., engineers of 


5.00 


Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. J. D 




Brock, G. E 


5.00 


Cameron 


100.00 


Brockton Public Market 


10.00 


Bradley, John 


•25 


Brodersen, William M. 


2.00 


Bradley, Mrs. Morton . 


1 .00 


Brody, Maurice (donated by 




Bradley, Peter B., and 




Esther Brody, 3^ years) 


5.00 


Robert S 


200 . 00 


Bromley, Mrs. Mary 


I .00 


Bradley, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph 


15.00 


Bronsdon, Miss Louise . 


.50 


Bradley, Richards M. . 


25.00 


Bronsdon, Peleg 


•50 


Bradley, Walter H. 


25.00 


Bronstein, Mrs. M. 


3.00 


Bradshaw, Thomas W. 


1. 00 


Brookline Woman's Club 


300.00 


Braemore, The 




10.00 


Brooks, Annie E. . 


I. OO 



30] 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Brooks, Mrs. Frederick 
Brooks, Gorham 
Brooks, Mrs. Henry G. 
Brooks, Mrs. J. C. 
Brooks, J. Edward 
Brooks, Mrs. J. Edward 
Brooks, Mrs. J. Henry 
Brooks, T. L. . 
Brooks, Capt. T. L. 
Brooks, Mrs. Walter D 
Brooks, W. W. 
Broussard, Mildred E. 
Brower, Mrs. Herbert G. 
Brown, Amos H. C. 
Brown, Mrs. Arthur E. 
Brown, Burtis S. . 
Brown, Catherine . 
Brown Durell Company 
Brown, Edna B. 
Brown, Miss Elizabeth B. 
Brown, Fred . 
Brown, George E. . 
Brown, Mrs. Gus 
Brown, H. C. . 
Brown, Howard W. 
Brown & Howe 
Brown, J. 
Brown, Mrs. Jonathan, Jr. 
Brown, Mrs. J. P. . 
Brown, Mabel H. . 
Brown, Mrs. Merwin 
Brown Motors Corporation 
Brown, Paul . 
Brown, Percy W. 
Brown, Susan F. 
Brown, T. Hassall 
Brown, Thomas 
Brown, William G. 
Brown, William H. 
Brown, W. T. 
Browne, Alexander S. 
Brownell Boston Company 
Brush, Charles N. 
Brush, Horace D. 
Bruyere, Homer 
Bryant, Frank M. 
Bryant, F. Sewall 
Bryant, G. H. 
Bryant, Mrs. Joseph S 
Bryant, Mrs. Lincoln 
Bryant & Ordway . 
Bryant, P. L. . 



$10.00 


B. U. Student 


$1 .00 


25.00 


Bubear, Beatrice A. 


1 .00 


10.00 


Buchanan, John, Advertising 




50.00 


Agency 


5.00 


5.00 


Buck Printing Company 


10.00 


10.00 


Buckley, D. F. 


1 .00 


3.00 


Buckley, Ellen F. . 


1 .00 


2.00 


Buckley, Mrs. Elmer 


1 .00 


5.00 


Buckley, F. E. 


5.00 


10.00 


Buckley, John F. . 


1 .00 


1 .00 


Buckley, John P. . 


1 .00 


1 .00 


Buckley, W. J. 


I .CO 


25.00 


Buckley, William P. . 


1 .00 


1 .00 


Buff, Alice E. E. . 


10.00 


10.00 


Buff, Henry A. 


10.00 


10.00 


Buff, M. Elsie 


5.00 


1 .00 


Bulger, J. J. . . 


5.00 


250.00 


Rullard, Benjamin F. 


10.00 


I .00 


Bullard, Miss Ellen 


10.00 


15.00 


Bullard, Mrs. Florence 


5.00 


5.00 


Bunce, S. H. . 


1 .00 


10.00 


Bunker, Helen 


1 .00 


10.00 


Bunker, Ichabod 


10.00 


1 .00 


Burbank, Airs. 


1 .00 


10.00 


Burdakin, Edward 


1 .00 


250.00 


Burden, R. M. 


10.00 


1 .00 


Burdett, Everett W. 


15.00 


50.00 


A Friend .... 


5.00 


1 .00 


Burgess, Mrs. Theodore P. 


50.00 


2.00 


Burgoyne, S. C. 


10.00 


• 50 


Burke, Arthur W. . 


25.00 


10.00 


Burke, John E. 


1 .00 


I .00 


Burke, Thomas J. . 


•50 


10.00 


Burkhart, I. 


1 .00 


10.00 


Burleigh, William F. 


5.00 


10.00 


Burlen, Robert, & Son . 


25.00 


5.00 


Burlingame, Mrs. . 


. 10 


10.00 


Burnett, Robert M. 


100.00 


10.00 


Burnham, Henry D. 


25.00 


10.00 


Burnham, Roy P. W. . 


2.00 


25.00 


Burns, Mrs. 


.25 


10.00 


Burns, Arthur 


1 .00 


25.00 


Burns, Charlotte . 


1 .00 


10.00 


Burns Detective Bureau 


25.00 


5.00 


Burns, Mrs. George 


•25 


1 .00 


Burr, Mr. and Airs. Allston 


50.00 


I .00 


Burr, Heman M. . 


25.00 


I .00 


Burr, I. Tucker 


100.00 


5.00 


Burr, I. Tucker, Jr. 


10.00 


5.00 


Burrage, Mrs. Russell . 


5.00 


10.00 


Burroughs, Adolphus M. 


5.00 


1 .00 


Burroughs, George 


25.00 



31] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Burt, Miss Clara M. 
Burt, E. W., & Co. 
Burt, Gladys C. 
Burton, Austin C. . 
Burton, S. P., & Co. 
Bush, Charles T. . 
Bush, H. L. . 
Bush, S. D., & Co. 
Bushby, Philip 
Buss, H. L., Company 
Bussell, John D. 
Busy Beavers . 
Busy Bee Club 
Butler, Milton S. . 
Butler, P. Hall 
Butler, Mrs. W. W. 
Buttrick, Stedman 
Buxbaum, J. . 
Buxbaum, Maurice 
Buxbaum, S., Company 
Byers, Wheaton B. 
Byers, Mrs. William 
Byng, Mrs. H. G. . 
Byram, Mrs. . 
Byrne, Mrs. 
Byrne, John J. 
Byrnes, Thomas Y. 
Byrnes, Mrs. Z. G. 

Cabot, Airs. Arthur T. 
Cabot, Godfrey L. 
Cabot, Mrs. Richard C 
Cabot, Mrs. Sewall 
Caddoo, M. F. 
Cadillac Auto Company of 

Boston, employees 
Cafarella, Laurence P. 
Cahil, John J. 
Cahill, M. F. . 
Cahill, Margaret M. 
Caiger, Edward B. 
Calderwood, Mrs. C. T. 
Calderwood, George A. 
Caldwell, Jackson . 
Calhoun, William . 
Calkins Press, The 
Call, Mr. and Mrs. A, 
Callahan, George L. 
Callahan, James 
Callahan, S. Alice . 
Callahan, Mrs. T. . 
Callahan, Timothy F. 



25 


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00 



Cally, Theodore L. 

Calver, Arthur W. 

Campana, N. . 

Campbell, A. D. 

Campbell, Charles J. 

Campbell, Charles R. 

Campbell, Evelyn E. 

Campbell, Mrs. Robert 

Campion, John H. 

Cannell, Miss N. E. 

Canner, Samuel 

Canter, M. 

Canterbury Hotel Company 

Canton Low Restaurant 

Caponi, P. 

Cappers, Mrs. F. W. 

Carbon Coal and Coke Co. 

Carder, Mrs. E. 

Carehia, John V. . 

Carleton, Mrs. E. B. 

Carleton, E. B., & Co., Inc. 

Carleton, Phil P. . 

Carlisle, Clarence J. 

Carlson, Capt. C. . 

Carlson, Elmer S. . 

Carlyle, Patterson & Co. 

Carnegie, Mrs. Andrew, 2d 

Carney, Clifton P. 
Carney, Hugh A. 
Caro, Oscar P. 
Carp Brothers 
Carpenter, F. H. 
Carpenter, J. E. 
Carr, Frank A. 
Carr, Fred P. . 
Carr, Patrick B. 
Carroll, Ellen E. 
Carroll, Forrest W 
Carroll, Francis M 
Carroll, James F. 
Carroll, W. E. 
Carry-On Bed 
Carter, Farquhar 
Carter, George H. 
Carter, Horace D. 
Carter, James Richard 
Carter, John, & Co. 
Carter, Rice & Co. 
Caruso, P. 

Cary, Miss Georgina S. 
Casagrande, M. V. 
Case, Miss Louise W. 



$1 .00 
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10.00 

10.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
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10.00 

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25.00 
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100.00 

2.00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

25.00 

2.00 

150.00 

2.00 

100.00 



32 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Casey, James F. 
Casey, John H. 
Casey, Julia 

Cash .... 

Cashin, William D. 
Caswell, Mrs. William W. 
Cataldo, J. 
Cate, Philip T. 
Catheart, H. C. 
Caudwell, W. L. . 
Caverly, Neona M. 
Celon, Alexander . 
Central Clothing Company 
Central Fruit Company 
Chace, James T. 
Chadburne, Mrs. . 
Chadwick, Theodore 
Chamberlain & Co., Inc. 
Chamberlin, Lafayette R. 
Chandler & Barber Co. 
Chandler & Co. 
Chandler, Miss Estelle I. 
Chandler, Lillian U. 
Chandler, Mrs. L. W. . 
Channing, Walter . 
Chany, John . 
Chapin, A. B. H. . 
Chapin, Adams Company 
Chapin, Arthur B. 
Chapin, Horace D. 
Chapin, Julia . 
Chapman, A. G., Jr. 
Chapman, Mrs. J. E. 
Charak, William 
Chard, Adeline P. . 
Charron, Arthur F. 
Chase, Mrs. Alice B. . 
Chase, Allen H. 
Chase, Chester I. . 
Chase, Frederic H. 
Chase, Josiah B. 
Chase, Mrs. Philip P. . 
Chase & Sanborn . 
Chatterton, Edward H. 
Cheetham, George K. . 
Cheever, Frederick L. . 
Cheevers, George E. 
Chester, Herman . 
Chickering, Mr. and Mrs 

John J. . . 

Chief Justice Cushing Chap 

ter, D. A. R. 



. $100.00 


5.00 


1 .00 


1 .00 


1 .00 


5.00 


.50 


1 .00 


1 .00 


1 .00 


2.00 


2.00 


IO.OO 


I .00 


5.00 


•50 


I .00 


IOO.OO 


I .00 


5.00 


. 25O.OO 


30.00 


5.00 


IO.OO 


IO.OO 


25 . OO 


IO.OO 


IO.OO 


IO.OO 


50.00 


I .OO 


.50 


I .00 


10.00 


5.00 


3.00 


100.00 


25.00 


1 .00 


10.00 


25.00 


10.00 


100.00 


1 .00 


1 .00 


10.00 


1 .00 


1 .00 


100.00 



1 .00 



Child, Ruth L. S. . 

Children of American Revo- 
lution Societies . 

Children of the Dorchester 
Physicians Wives Asso- 
ciation 

Children of St. Peter's 
Church (Cambridge) 

Children's Hospital Aid, 
C. H. Club . 

Children's Hospital Fund of 
Hyde Park . . . . 

Children's Hospital Helpers, 
C. H. Club . 

Children's Hospital Week at 
Buzzards Bay 

Childs, Sleeper & Co. . 

Childs, W. F. . 

Chipman, Mrs. R. V. 

Chisholm, Mrs. 

Chisholm, C. J. 

Chisholm, James C. 

Chiswick Unit 

Choate, Alice . 

Choate, Charles F., Jr. . 

Choremi, Benachi & Co. 

Cincotta-Cusolito Company 

Clancy, Edward M. 

C 

Clapp, H. B. . 

Clapp, Philip F. 

Clark, Atherton 

Clark, Cecil 

Clark, Chester W. . 

Clark, Miss Eleanor J. . 

Clark, Miss Eva M., and 
others, proceeds of a whist 
and dance . 

Clark, Fred H. 

Clark, F. O., Engraving 
Company, Inc. . 

Clark, Mrs. Henry C. . 

Clark, James C, Treasurer 

Clark, J. H. . 

Clark, M. C. . 

Clark, Payson & Co. 

Clark, S. D. . 

Clark, Vanderhoof & Little 

Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Her 
mann F. . . . 

Clarke, Minnie 

Claxton, Miss N. M. . 



$2.00 



100.00 



60.00 
10.00 
77.42 

233-40 

300.00 

1,257.70 

10.00 

2.00 

.50 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

25.00 

1 .00 

600 . 00 

25.00 

5.00 

•50 

10.00 

•SO 

2.00 

25.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

25.00 



89.00 
1 .00 

13.00 

200 . 00 

5.00 

150.00 

•50 

25.00 

3.00 

25.00 

50.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 



33 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Clayton, Edward C. 
Cleary, M. F. 
Clifford, Charles P. 
Clifford, Mrs. John T 
Clifford, Paul E. . 
Clinch, Samuel A. . 
Clough, Mrs. . 
Clough, Mrs. A. M. 
Clough, C. C. 
Clough, Mr. and Mrs 

George H. . 
Clough, Herbert N. 
Clough, Mrs. M. P. 
Guff, Howard F. 
Clute, A. M. . 
C.M.J. . . . 
Coaker & Co., Inc. 
Coakley, Frank J. . 
Cobb, Bates & Yerxa 
Cobb, Mr. & Mrs. Charles K 
Cobe, N. . 
Cochrane, Mr. & Mrs. A. L 
Cockham, W. S. 
Codman, Edmund D. 
Codman, R. S. 
Cody, W. F. . 
Coes & Stodder 
Coffey, W.J. . 
Coffin, Mr. . 
Coffin & Burr, Inc., em 

ployees 
Coffin, C. A. . 
Coffin, Winthrop . 
Cogswell, Charles N. 
Cohasset C. H. Clubs 
Cohen, Abraham K. 
Cohen, Bernice 
Cohen, George 
Cohen, H. 
Cohen, H. M. 
Cohen, Harry 
Cohen, Mrs. Henry 
Cohen, H., & Co. 
Cohen, I. 
Cohen, Mrs. I. 
Cohen, Ida S. 
Cohen, Jacob L. 
Cohen, Julius and Josephy 
Cohen, Margory 
Cohen, Phyllis T. 
Cohen, Sadie R. 
Cohen, Samuel 



$10.00 


Cohen, S. A 


1 .00 


Colby, A 


10.00 


Colby, Alfred H. . 


1 .00 


Colby, Harold 


IO. GO 


Colby & Sawyer 


I .OO 


Cole, George L. 


I .OO 


Cole, Lucy T. . . . 


I .00 


Coleman, Jeremiah J. . 


1 .00 


Coleman, Pauline . 




Colley-Woods Company 


250.00 


Collin, Mrs. Sara . 


5.00 


Collins, Chris J. 


20.00 


Collins, E. J 


• 25 


Collins, J. J 


5.00 


Collins, Marianne J. 


2.00 


Collins, Mrs. R. F. . 


1 .00 


Collins, Thomas F. 


2.00 


Colonel T. Bigelow Chapter, 


200 . 00 


D. A. R 


45.00 


Commercial Fruit Company 


1 .00 


Committee of the Permanent 


25.00 


Charity Fund, Inc. . 


1 .00 


Commonwealth Clothing Co. 


100.00 


Commonwealth Ice and Cold 


25.00 


Storage Company 


1 .00 


Community Club of Canton 


10.00 


Community Club of Islington 


2.00 


Comstock, Mrs. Nellie B. . 


I .00 


Conant, A. B., & Co. 




Conant & Bean 


29.OO 


Conant, Josephine Love 


IOO.OO 


Conant, Mrs. William C. 


IOO.OO 


Conathan, Catherine 


5.00 


Concannon, Thomas F. 


221 .8l 


Concord Woman's Club 


IO.OO 


Cone, Mrs 


3.O.O 


Conforti, Daniel A. 


5.00 


Conforti, Joseph 


I .OO 


Congdon, C. N. . 


2.00 


Conger, S. H 


•50 


Congregation Tefereth Is- 


5.00 


rael, The . . . . 


2.O0 


Connell & Mc Kone Co. 


5.00 


Connelly, James H. 


2.00 


Conner, Frances E. E. . 


I .OO 


Connolly, Mrs. Mary . 


I .OO 


Connolly, May M. 


50.00 


Connolly, Timothy M. . 


3.00 


Connor, A. C. 


I .OO 


Connor, J. 


IO.OO 


Connor, John T., Company. 


I .OO 


Conrad & Co 



#5 • °° 
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25.00 
•50 

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2.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
5.00 

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1 .00 
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1 .00 

10.00 

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25.00 

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100.00 
300.0c 



34 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Conrad, Mrs. A. Z. 


. $5 . oo 


Conroy, William 


2-75 


Converse, C. C. 


. 500.00 


Converse, Mrs. C. C. 


. 500.00 


Converse, Howard B. . 


1 .00 


Conway, A. A. 


1 .00 


Conway, John T. . 


1 .00 


Cook, A. B. . 


1 .00 


Cook, George B. 


1 .00 


Cook, Mrs. Harriet 


■50 


Cook, Jennie G. 


1 .00 


Cooke, Arthur B. . 


1 .00 


Coolidge, Amory . 


. 200 . 00 


Coolidge, Prof. Archibald C 


100.00 


Coolidge, Charles A. 


. 500.00 


Anonymous 


5,000.00 


Coolidge, Harold J. 


100.00 


Coolidge, Helen I. 


5.00 


Coolidge, J. Randolph . 


50.00 


Coolidge, T. Jefferson 


100.00 


Cooms, Miss Gertrude . 


5.00 


Coonley, Mr. & Mrs. Howarc 


50.00 


Cooper, F. B. . 


1 .00 


Cooper, J. G., & Co. 


25.00 


Copeland, Mrs. C. C. . 


5.00 


Copeland, George E. 


10.00 


Copley Plaza, The 


100.00 


Copley Plaza, employees 


3.22 


Copley Plaza, lobby collec- 




tions .... 


145.60 


Corcoran, M. E. 


5.00 


Corcoran, T. S. 


1 .00 


Cordingley, William R. . 


25.00 


Corey, Mann, George Cor- 




poration 


100.00 


Cormerais, E. V. . 


10.00 


Cormier, Mrs. N. J. 


1 .00 


Corney, J. H., Company 


10.00 


Corson, Harold E. 


5.00 


Corwin, C. R., Company 


10.00 


Cory, T. K. . 


50.00 


Cosmopolitan Club 


100.00 


Cotter, James A. . 


50.00 


Cotter, James L. . . . 


10.00 


Cotting, C. E., Jr. 


100.00 


Cotting, Mrs. C. E. 


50.00 


Cotton, Miss Elizabeth A. . 


100.00 


Cotton, J. P 


10.00 


Couch, William 


10.00 


Covel, Borden 


25.00 


Covich, Louis D. . 


2.00 


Cowell, H. A 


5.00 



Cowles, J. W. ■ 
Cowperthwaite, Mrs. A. L. 
Cox, Charles M. 
Cox, J. P., Advertisin 

Agency 
Cox, Moulton 
Cox, Mrs. William E. . 
Coy, John T. . 
Coyne, Katherine F. 
Coyne, Dr. Thomas J. . 
Craffey, James F. 
Craffey, T. J. . 
Craffy, Catherine 
Craffy, Martin 
Craggs, Mrs. . 
Cragin, E. L. . 
Craig, Mrs. James, Sr. . 
Craig, Mrs. James, Jr. . 
Craighead, Miss Joy 
Crandall, Mrs. 
Crane Company . ' . 
Crapon, J. S. . 
Creckerman, Miss S. 
Crehore, Miss Lucy C. . 
Creighton, G. K. . 
Creney, William A. 
Cressey, M. D., Company 
Cribben, Helen G. 
Crimmings, Mr. and Mrs. 
Crocker, F. H. 
Crocker, Mrs. G. Glover 
Crocker, Leonard E. 
Croll, Albert Ivins 
Cronan, John F. 
Cronin, Agnes S. 
Cronin, Sarah, and Friend 
Cronin & Driscoll 
Cronin, G. J. . 
Crooker, E. N., Jr. 
Crooks, Mrs. N. K 
Crosby, Mrs. . 
Crosby, F. J. . 
Crosby, Mrs. J. H. 
Crosby, Mrs. N. B 
Crosby, Roland S. 
Crosby, Mrs. S. W 
Crosby, Mrs. Stephen V. R 
Cross, Charles F., & Co., Inc 
Crossett, Lewis A., Company 
Crossman, Mrs. A. H. 
Crossman, Mrs. C. M. 
Crossman, Howard A. 



$3 00 
1 .00 

50.00 

10.00 
1 .00 

50.00 

2.00 

10.00 

25.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

•5o 

.50 

■50 

1 .00 

.50 

•25 

1 .00 

1 .00 

25.00 

1 .00 

•35 

5.00 

10.00 

2.00 

5.00 

1 .oc 

1 .00 

5.00 

5.00 

2.00 

10.00 

10.00 

5.00 

10.00 

10.00 

2.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

50.00 

25.00 

2.00 

2.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

100.00 

150.00 

50.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

5.00 



35 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Crossman, Mrs. H. H. . 
Crotter, Frederick . 
Crowe, Nellie A. 
Crowe, Thomas A. 
Crowley, D. F. 
Crowley, Mrs. Margaret M 
Crowley, Patrick J. 
Crowly, J. W. 
Crowninshield, Mr. and Mrs 

F. B 

Cruse, Mildred J. . 
Cullen, M. H. . 

Cullen, Margaret 
Cumings, A. T., Inc. 
Cummings, Mrs. 
Cummings, Mr. and Mrs 

Charles K. . 
Cummings, Mr. and Mrs 

Charles M. . 
Cummings, Charles S. . 
Cummings, Mrs. J. W. 
Anonymous 
Cunard Steamship Company 

Ltd. . . 
Cunningham, F. 
Cunningham, Henry V. 
Cunningham, Hester 
Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs 

H. W 

Cunningham, William E. 
Curran, Miss . 
Curran, Arthur 
Curran, Maurice J. 
Curran, Mrs. Maurice J 
Current Topics Club of 

Dorchester . 
Currier, Arthur L. 
Currier, Mr. and Mrs. Bert S 
Currier, Lizzie J. . 
Currier, M. W. 
Currier, Walter E. 
Curry, Ethel . 
Curry, Mrs. Eugene 



Curt 
Curt 
Curt 
Curt 
Curt 
Curt 
Curt 
Curt 
Curt 



n, Dr. John . 

s, Allen . 

s, Mrs. Allen . 

s, Mrs. A. L. . 

s, Charles P. . 

s, Mrs. Charles P. 

s & Co. . 

s, Miss Ellen S. 

s, Mrs. F. M. 



$1.00 Curtis, Mrs. F. G. 

i.oo Curtis, Mrs. H. G. 

i.oo Curtis, Helen L. 

1 .00 Curtis, Mrs. John S. 

1.00 Curtis, Laurence 

1.00 Curtis, Laurence, 2d 

1 .00 Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Louis 

1.00 Curtis, Mrs. Nelson, Jr. 

Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. 

100.00 Curtis & Sanger, employees 

1 .00 Curtis, Thomas P. 

2.00 Curtis', William, Sons Co. 

1.00 Curtiss, Mr. and Mrs 
10.00 Frederick H. 

1 .00 Cushing, Grafton D. 

Cushing, Mrs. G. M. . 

25.00 Cushing, Dr. Hayward W. 
Cushing, S. E. 

2.00 Cushing, Miss Sarah P. 

1.00 Cushman, Harry G. 

.50 Cushman, Norman 

10.00 Cusick, John F. 

Cutter, Amy M. . 

10.00 Cutter, John . 

5 .00 Cutter, Mrs. Victor M. 

25.00 Cutter, Mr. and Mrs. W. H 
2.00 

Dabney, Alice 

10.00 Dabney, George B. 

1.00 Dabney, Josephine C. . 

1.00 Dabney, Miss Nancy . 

5.00 Dabney, Reginald H. . 

100.00 Dach, Mrs. S. 

100.00 Dahl, OleM. . 
Daley, Anna J. 

10.00 Dalton, Miss Ellen B. . 

2.00 Dalton, Henry R. . 

5.00 Dalton, Mary E. . 

5.00 Dalton, Philip S. . 

1.00 Daly, Agnes K. . 

.25 Damon, Arthur H. 

1 . 00 Damon, George E., Company 

5.00 Dana, Edward H. . 

5.00 Dana, Gertrude 

30.00 Dana, Myer . 

25.00 Dana, Payson 

2.00 Dana, Mrs. Samuel L. . 

25.00 Dane, E. J. 

100.00 Dane, I 

25.00 Dane, Dr. and Mrs. John 

50.00 Dane, Walter A. . 

1.00 Danforth, Albion L. 



$5.00 

200 . 00 

25.00 

25.00 

25.00 

5.00 

50.00 

200 . 00 

50.00 

35 00 

50.00 

10.00 

25.00 
25.00 
10.00 
25.00 

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10.00 

5.00 
10.00 
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2.00 
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10.00 

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100.00 
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2.00 

20.00 

100.00 

1 .00 

25.00 
1 .00 
2.00 
5.00 
1 .00 
2.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
1 .00 
5.00 

25.00 
5.00 

25.00 



36 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Daniels, Mrs. J. 


$2 . OO 


Decrow, Carrie L. . 


$5 . 00 


Daniels, Mrs. J. A. 


3.00 


Deeffy, Thomas H. 


2.00 


Daniels, John E., Leather Co 


5.00 


Deeker, Mrs. A. C. 


.50 


Daniels Printing Company 


IO.OO 


DeGroat, F. E. 


7.00 


Daniels, Samuel 


3.00 


Deland, Charles E. 


10.00 


Darling, James T., Jr. . 


I .OO 


Denison, Herbert . 


1 .00 


Darling, John A. . 


5.00 


M. C. D. 


10.00 


Davenport, George H. . 


. IOO.OO 


Dennie, H. W. 


5.00 


Davidson, William D. . 


5.00 


Dennison, W. H. . 


1 .00 


Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Ban- 




Dennison, Mrs. W. H. 


1 .00 


croft G. — In memory o 


F 


Anonymous 


100.00 


Andrew McFarland Davi< 


25 .00 


Derby, Mrs. Henry C. . 


1 .00 


Davis, Mrs. C. S. . 


5.00 


Dever, John F., Jr. 


10.00 


Davis, D. P. . 


25.00 


Dever, Joseph F. . 


1 .00 


Davis, Dorothy 


5.00 


Devlin Brothers 


50.00 


Davis, F. H. . 


1 .00 


Dewey, Gould & Co. 


150.00 


Davis, H. G. . 


4.00 


Dewick & Flanders 


25.00 


Davis, Harrison M. 


5.00 


Dewick, Frank A. . 


10.00 


Davis, H. S. . 


10.00 


Dewing, Eben F. . . 


10.00 


Davis, Mrs. H. S. . 


20.00 


Dewson, George B. 


10.00 


Davis, Helen G. 


25.00 


Dexter, Mrs 


5°o 


Davis, Henry H. . 


2.00 


Dexter, Gordon 


50.00 


Davis, John A., Advertising 




Dexter, Mrs. W. D. 


5.00 


Service . 


3.00 


D'Flario, Antonio . 


1 .00 


Davis, W B 


5.00 


Diack, Miss C. R. . 


5o 


Davis, W. B., employees 


2.00 


Diamond, Miss Grace C. 


1 .00 


Davis, William H. ■ 


1 .00 


DiCecca, R. S. 


1 .00 


Davock, Margaret 


1 .00 


Dick, Mrs. J. A. . 


1 .00 


Davol, Mrs. Stephen B. 


10.00 


Dickerman, F. W. 


5.00 


Davy, Mrs. H. G. . 


10.00 


Dickey, Mrs. G. . . . 


•50 


Anonymous 


50.00 


Dickson, B. H., & Co. . 


25.00 


Day, Charles Frank 


5.00 


Dickson, Brenton H. 


25.00 


Day, Ethel G. 


5.00 


Di Donato, S. . 


1 .00 


Day, Henry B. 


100.00 


Digan, Arthur E. . 


1 .00 


Day, Horace . . . . 


1 .00 


Dill, Reina B. 


1 .00 


Day, J. L 


1 .00 


Dillihunt, Charles . 


1 .00 


Day, Myrtle E. 


5.00 


Dillon, Read & Co., em- 




Day, Nathan B. . 


5.00 


ployees 


34-6i 


Day, R. L., Co., employees 


25.00 


Dinetsky, Miss Rebecca 


1 .00 


Dayton, Mrs 


1 .00 


Dingwell, Lester R. 


1 .00 


D. C, graduate nurse . 


5.00 


Dinner, Adolph I. . 


5.00 


Deacy, Michael J. . 


1 .00 


Dinner, Leo H. . . . 


5.00 


Deagle, M. B. . . . 


1 .00 


Dinnie, Miss . 


1 .00 


Dean, J. Judson 


100.00 


DiTullioN 


1 .00 


Dean, James . 


50.00 


Dividend from money in- 




Dean, L. G 


5.00 


vested 


8.34 


Dean, R. M 


2.00 


Divver, Neil A. 


1 .00 


Dean & Bloom 


5.00 


Dixon, Mrs. T. F. . 


5.00 


Decatur & Hopkins Co. 


25.00 


Dizer, William E. . 


2.00 


Decatur & Hopkins Co., em- 




Dobinson, William J. 


3.00 


ployees . 


38.50 


Dobson, Henry T. 


10.00 


DeCourcey, Judge Charles A. 


10.00 


Dodd, Mrs. W. J. . . . 


1 .00 



37 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Dodge, A. W. . 


$1 .00 


Douglas, J. 


#1 .00 


Dodge, Mrs. Edwin S. . 


25.00 


Douglas, Thomas S. 


1 .00 


Dodge, Frederic 


50.00 


Dounes, Charles W. 


3.00 


Dodge, R. G. . 


25.00 


Dow, Mrs. Walter E. . 


1 .00 


Doe, William A., Company 


10.00 


Dowling, Mrs. J. P. 


1 .00 


Doering, Mrs. William A. 


1 .00 


Downes, Frederick 0. . 


5.00 


Doherty, J. Frank 


5.00 


Downes, J. Edward 


5.00 


Doherty, Joseph E. 


25.00 


Downey, Marie B. 


1 .00 


Dolan, Mrs. . 


1 .00 


Downey, Mary A. . 


1 .00 


Dolan, Arthur W. . 


5.00 


Downing, M. E. 


5.00 


Dolan, Bernard J. . 


1 .00 


Downs, Jere A. 


50.00 


Dolan, Charles F. . 


1 .00 


Doyle, June 


5.00 


Dolan, Thomas F. 


5.00 


Drake, John B., & Co. . 


10.00 


Dolan, William G. 


1 .00 


Draper & Co., Inc. 


. 100.00 


Dole & Bailey 


5.00 


Draper, Alice Ames 


5.00 


Dolley, Fred M. . 


2.00 


Draper, Charles A. 


2.00 


Dominico, Charles N. . 


.50 


Draper, Grace Aimee 


1 .00 


Donahoe, Edward I. 


1 .00 


Draper, Wallace S. 


25.00 


Donahue, Miss 


I. CO 


Drew, B. L. . 


1 .00 


Donahue, Mrs. Cornelius 


1 .00 


Drew, E. L. . 


1 .00 


Donahue, Joseph . 


1 .00 


Drew, William J. . 


5.00 


Donahue, P. L. 


1 .00 


Dreyfus, Carl . 


50.00 


Donahue, Robert M. 


1 .00 


Dreyfus, Edwin J. 


25.00 


Donald, Malcolm . 


10.00 


Dreyfus, Sydney . 


50.00 


Donath, Florence F. 


1 .00 


Drinkwater, Louis 


1 .00 


Donation Day 


720 . 00 


Driscoll, T., & Son 


1 .00 


Donigan, S. E. 


I .00 


Driver, Mrs. William R. 


10.00 


Donlon, Mrs. John J. . 


1 .00 


Drolet, L. E. . 


1 .00 


Donlon, Thomas A. 


1 .00 


Drost, C. A. . 


5.00 


Donlon, Mrs. Thomas A. 


1 .00 


Druker, Mrs. John 


5.00 


Donnelly, Eugene F. 


5.00 


Drum, John D. 


5.00 


Donnelly, Katheryn A. 


.50 


Dubey, Mrs. S. E. 


.50 


Donoghue, Joseph J. 


2.00 


Dubin, Benjamin H. 


1 .00 


Donovan, Anna T. 


1 .00 


DuBois, R. A. . . 


1 .00 


Donovan, Daniel D. C. 


2.00 


Dudley, Hayden 


10.00 


Donovan, Joseph S. 


100.00 


Dudley, J. A. . 


5.00 


Donovan, M. P. . 


2.00 


Duff, Mrs. J. Robertson 


150.00 


Donovan, Rose 


.50 


Duff, Mrs. John . 


1 .00 


Doofman, Mrs. H. 


3.00 


Duggan, Mrs. Daniel 


•5o 


Dooley, Arthur 


1. 00 


Anonymous 


100.00 


Dooley, William J. 


25.00 


Dunan, William P. 


1 .00 


Dooner, Thomas E. 


50.00 


Dunbar, F. W., & Co., Inc. 




Dorchester Daughters ol 




employees . . . . 


13-75 


Maine .... 


25.00 


Dunbar, Harry C. . 


2.00 


Dorchester Physicians Wives 




Dunbar, Ralph W. 


1 .00 


Association . 


100.00 


Duncan, P. J. 


2.00 


Dorchester Woman's Club 




Dunlap-Cooke Company 


10.00 


(Memorial Bed) 


1,004.97 


Dunn, Walter J. 


1 .00 


Dorr, A. E., & Co. . . 


50.00 


Dunne, F. L., Company 


50*00 


Dorr, Charles . . . . 


5.00 


Dunning, Mrs. 


.20 


Dorr, N. A 


5.00 


Dunnington, James 


1 .00 


Dorr & Post . 


25.00 


Dupee, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. 


500.00 



38] 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Durant, Charles 


$5.00 


Durgin Park Company . 


10.00 


Durkee, C. W. 


1 .00 


Dwinnell, C. H. . 


50.00 


Dyer, C. E. . 


1 .00 


Dyson, Marion L. . 


1 .00 


Eager, Miss Julia A. 


1 .00 


Eames, Almeda 


2.00 


Earle, Charles B. . 


5.00 


East Boston Group 


3.98 


Eastman, John 


15.00 


Eaton, Mrs. . 


•5o 


Eaton, Albert M. . 


10.00 


Eaton, Frederick W. 


25.00 


Eaton, H. A., & Son 


1 .00 


Eaton, W. D. . 


2.00 


Eaton, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 


2.00 


Economy Grocery Stores 


10.00 


Eddy, Frank . 


5.00 


Eddy, George W. . 


50.00 


E. D. E 


1 .00 


Edes, Mrs. L. G. . 


.25 


Edington & Co., Inc. 


75.00 


Edlefsan, Charlotte M. 


1 .00 


Edwards, Harold S. 


1 25 . 00 


Edwards, J. E. 


5.00 


Edwards, J. Howard 


5.00 


Edwards, Nelson . 


5.00 


Egan, Arthur W. . 


1 .00 


Egan, T. E. . 


1 .00 


Egan, Walter T. 


1 .00 


Ehrlich, David P. . 


25.00 


Ehrlich, Mrs. Sally Hecht 


10.00 


Ehrman, Herbert B. 


5.00 


Eichorn, Mrs. Eugene H. 


5.00 


Eiseman, Solomon . 


5.00 


Eisemann Brothers 


25.00 


Eisemann, Julius . 


25.00 


Eisenberg, Mrs. S. S. 


5.00 


Eisseman, Mrs. Ludwig 


50.00 


Ekmark, Herbert E. W. 


1 .00 


Eliot, Amory . 


25.00 


Eliot Hardware Company 


5.00 


Elite Hemstitching and Em- 




broidery Company 


5.00 


Elkins, Frank M. . 


2.00 


Ellery, William 


100.00 


Elliott, Albert W. . 


100.00 


Elliott, Mrs. I. 


1 .00 


Elliott, W. R., Company 


10.00 


Ellis, A. L. . 


1 .00 



Ellis, Charles A. . 

Ellis, George H., Company 

employees . 
Ellis, J. B. 
Ellis, J. R., & Son . 
Ellis, Joan 
Ellis, Kate 
M. E. E. . 
Ellsworth, Mrs. 
Elwell, Mrs. William D 
Ely, Edward S. 
Emerson, Mrs. 
Emerson, Mrs. 
Emerson, D. R., & Co. 
Emerson, Mrs. Joseph 
Billy and John 
Emerson, Thomas W., Co. 
Emerson, W. K. 
Emery, Everett S. 
Emery, Lora M. E. — In 

memory of a little daughter 
Emery, Mrs. S. B. . 

Emmons, R. W., 2d, Treas. 
Emmons, Mrs. R. W. . 
Emmons, Mrs. Wm. B. 
Empire Fruit Company 
Endicott, Eugene . 
Endicott, Henry 
Endicott, Mrs. Henry B. 
Endicott, H. Wendell 
Endicott, Katherine 
Endicott, Samuel C. 
Endicott, Mr. and Mrs 

William 
Endicott, Mr. and Mrs 

William C. . 
England-Walton Company 
Englehart, Mrs. M. 
Epstein, A. J. 
Epstein, Celia Connors 
Epstein Drug Company 
Epstein, M. . 
Epstein, S. A. 
Erhard, Mrs. . 
Ersonberg, Mrs. E. 
Esau, Mrs. Frank . 
Eshleman, Mrs. Frank M 
Essex Produce Company 
Estabrook, Jas. W. 
Eustis, F. A. . 
Eustis, Mrs. Fred A. 
Eustis, Mrs. F. W. 



325.00 

56.45 

1 .00 
10.00 

.50 
2.00 
5.00 

.65 

5.00 

25.00 

2.00 

1 .00 

50.00 

1 .00 

10.00 

2.00 

5.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

100.00 

4,000 . 00 

250.00 

5.00 

10.00 

25.00 

20.00 

150.00 

100.00 

100.00 

50.00 

2,500.00 

25.00 

50.00 

•So 

5.00 

1 .00 

5.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

25.00 

2.00 

25.00 

50.00 

10.00 

15.00 



19] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Eustis, W. E. C. . 


#50.00 


Farren, Ada 


$1 .00 


Evans, Mrs. Elmira L. . 


5.00 


Farrington, Daniel S. 


7.60 


Evans, Mabel 


1 .00 


Farrington, Mrs. Helen G. 


.50 


Evans, Percival B. 


10.00 


Farrington, Mrs. Rebecca 


3.00 


Evans, Wilmot R. . 


100.00 


Farwell, Mr. & Mrs. John W 


. 100.00 


Everett, Edith M. . 


1 .00 


Faulkner, Miss Fannie M. 


50.00 


Everett, F. Dewey. 


5.00 


Faxon Bed — In memory 


I 


Everett, G. Fred . 


5.00 


Ruth Faxon 


100.00 


Everett, H. C, Jr. 


5.00 


Faxon, Florence R. 


1 .00 


Everett, Richard M. 


10.00 


Faxon, Mrs. Henry 


100.00 


Every, Mary J. 


•25 


Fay, C. E., Company . 


50.00 


Exchange Trust Company 




Anonymous 


10.00 


employees . 


25.00 


Fay, Ruth H. 


1 .00 






Feather, Mrs. B. . 


3.00 


I. F. F. . . 


100.00 


Feeney, John P. 


50.00 


Facey, Edward A. . 


5.00 


Feeney, Thomas J. 


10.00 


Fagen, Ralph . 


5.00 


Fegan, Mrs. F. H. 


33-50 


Fahey, M. L. . 


5.00 


Feibelman, Miss Sylvia E. 


2.00 


Fahey, Michael P. 


1 .00 


Feinberg, Lillian H. 


2.00 


Fairbanks, Stephen 


10.00 


Feldman, Flora K. 


2.00 


Fairfield, Russell . 


25.00 


A Fellow .... 


1 .00 


Fairmount Creamery Co. 


10.00 


Felters Company, The . 


50.00 


Faithful Worker's Circle 




Felton, W. Sidney . 


5.00 


King's Daughters 


10.00 


Fenderson, Martha J. . 


1 .00 


Fales, C. N. . 


1 .00 


Fenerlickt, Mrs. Rose B. 


5.00 


Fales, Herbert E. . 


100.00 


Fenerstein, Mrs. Victor 


25.00 


Falk, D 


1 .00 


Fenno, Edward N. 


15.00 


Falk, S 


1 .00 


Fenno, E. N., Jr. . 


10.00 


Falkson, J., & Co. . 


15.00 


Ferdinand, Frank, Inc. 


50 . 00 


Fallon, Mrs. . 


.50 


Ferguson, Bedell Company 


10.00 


Fallon, Thomas F. 


1 .00 


Ferraioli, Louis 


2.00 


Fallon, Thomas P. 


1 .00 


Ferrell, George A. . 


3.00 


Fallon, W. J., Leather Co. 


25.00 


Ferren, Frank A. . 


1 .00 


Fallon, William C. 


25.00 


Ferry, M. J. . 


1 .00 


Falulah Paper Company 


25.00 


Fessenden, R. G. . 


50.00 


Falvey, Charles A. 


25.00 


Fessenden, Sewall H. 


100.00 


Faneuil Clothing Company 


5.00 


Fiebrany, Mrs. M. L. . 


1 .00 


Faneuil Hall Chapter 




Field & Cowles 


200 . 00 


D. A. R. . . . 


10.00 


Field, Mrs. 


50.00 


Fanning, Mrs. Frank 


1 .00 


Field, Edward B. . 


15.00 


Fardon, T. A. 


1 .00 


Field, Mrs. Wm. DeYongh 


8.00 


Farley, Harvey & Co. . 


100.00 


Field, Mrs. W. S. . 


2.00 


Farley, J. W. . 


10.00 


Fifield, William S. . 


10.00 


Anonymous 


50.00 


Filbin, John W. 


2.00 


Farnsworth, Mrs. William 


100.00 


Filene, William, Sons Co. 


750.00 


Farnum, D. S. 


1 .00 


Finberg, Mrs. S. 


1 .00 


Farnum, J. H., & Son . 


10.00 


Fine, Abram I. 


2.00 


Faro, S. S. 


1 .00 


Finger, Mrs. J. 


3.00 


Farquhar, C. S. 


10.00 


Fink, Nathan . 


1 .00 


Farrar, Mrs. Gertrude Z. 


1 .00 


Finkelstein, Ethel . 


2.00 


Farrel, E. J. . 


1 .00 


Finkelstein, Mrs. M. . 


•So 


Farrell, J. Fred 


5.00 


Finlay, A. W. . . 


100.00 



40 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Finley, Miss Mabel G. . 


$S-00 


Fletcher, J. V., & Co. 




£25.00 


Finn, George L. 


2.00 


Flint & Co. . 




5.00 


Finn, G. Philip 


5.00 


Florio, Bonaventuro 




1 .00 


Finnegan, Miss B. M. . 


I .OO 


Flower, Albert, Inc. 




10.00 


Finnegan, Mrs. Mary . 


I .OO 


Flowers, Mrs. 




1 .00 


Finnegan, M. P. 


I .OO 


Floyd, Marion E. . 




1 .00 


Finney, William A. 


5-oo 


Flynn, E. W. . 




1 .00 


Finnie, Mrs. Joseph 


1 .00 


Flynn, John H. 




1 .00 


Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. 


30.00 


S. E. F. . 




10.00 


First Church of Chestnut 




Foisie, N. G. . 




1 .00 


Hill (Sunday School) 


20.32 


Folsom Engraving Company 20.00 


First Church Sunday School, 




Folsom Engraving Com- 




Quincy, Mass. 


58.00 


pany, employees 


16.35 


First Congregational Church 




Foot, Dr. N. C. . 


25.00 


(Hyde Park) 


5.00 


Foote, Arthur — In memory 




Firth, Julia Tuck . 


25.00 


of H. G. Tucker . 


5.00 


Fischer, Frederic L. 


20.00 


Fopiano, Albert B. 


5.00 


Fish, Erland F. 


10.00 


Foran, Mrs. George J. . 


10.00 


Fish, Ira L 


5.00 


Forbes, Mr. 


•25 


Fish, Walter N. . 


•50 


Forbes, Mrs. . 


•25 


Fishel, Mrs. Abraham L. 


5.00 


Forbes, Dr. Alexander . 


100.00 


Fisher, A. C, Company 


10.00 


Forbes, Allan . 


35 -oo 


Fisher, Jacob .... 


1 .00 


Forbes, Arthur S. . 


1 .00 


Fisher, L. C, & Co. 


5.00 


Forbes, Mrs. Francis B. 


15.00 


Fisher, Max C. 


2.00 


Forbes, F. Murray 


100.00 


Fiske, Andrew 


5.00 


Forbes, Dr. Henry S. 


25.00 


Fiske, Charles H., Jr. . 


10.00 


Forbes, Mrs. J. Malcolm 


5.00 


Fiske, Miss Gertrude H. 


10.00 


Forbes Lithograph Com 




Fiske, Ruth T. . . . 


10.00 


pany .... 


100.00 


Anonymous .... 


35 -oo 


Forbes, Mrs. R. E. 


1 00 . 00 


Fitts, Henry King . 


5.00 


Forbes, Mrs. Waldo E. 


100.00 


Fitts, P. H 


1 .00 


Forbes, Mrs. William H. 


60.00 


Fitzgerald, Desmond 


100.00 


Ford, Edward E. . 


5.00 


Fitzgerald, Edward 


10.00 


Ford Motor Company . 


25.00 


Fitzgerald, M. G. . 


1 .00 


Forde, John T. 


1 .00 


Fitzpatrick, E. H. . 


10.00 


Forgeon, Alexander 


1 .00 


Flagg, I. R 


2.00 


Forknall, Mrs. Edward 


1 .00 


Flanagan, Thomas 


1 .00 


Forster, Mrs. Frederick P. 


5.00 


Flanders, William M., Co. . 


10.00 


Forsyth, James I. . 


1 .00 


Flannelly, Cecelia . 


5.00 


Fort Hill Bindery Compan) 


r 4.OO 


Flannery, Thomas J. 


1 .00 


Fort Hill Bindery Company 




Flashman, Dora 


5.00 


employees . 


6.00 


Flecknoe, George F. 


2.00 


Forte, H. P. . 


I .OO 


Fleming, E., & Co. 


15.00 


Forte-Moran Company 


I50.00 


Fleming-Hughes-Rogers Co. 


10.00 


Fortnightly Club of Sharon 


IO.OO 


Fleming-Hughes-Rogers Co., 




Foss, Benjamin S. . 


IO.OO 


employees .... 


9 25 


Foss, H. D., & Co. 


IO.OO 


Fleming, Margaret 


5.00 


Foster, Mr. & Mrs. Alfred D 


. 25 . OO 


Fleming, Mary 


•50 


Foster, Dwight 


IO.OO 


Fleming, Mrs. S. N. 


15.00 


Foster, F. A., & Co., Inc. 


5O.O0 


Fletcher, A. B. 


5.00 


Foster, F. P. . 


I .OO 


Fletcher, Frederick C. . 


500 . 00 


Foster, Mrs. Fannie S. 




IO.OO 



41 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Foster, John C. 


$1 


00 


Foster, Sallie A. 


i 


00 


Fowler, Carl G. 


2 


00 


Fowler, Frank M. C. 


I 


00 


Fowler, Miss Hope 


I 


00 


Fowler, Joseph L. . 


I 


00 


Fowler, Marion E. 


I 


00 


Fowler, Roger A. . 


I 


00 


Fox, Alice M. 


10 


00 


Fox, B. H. . 


2 


00 


Fox, D 


I 


00 


Fox, Edith M. 


10 


00 


Fox, G. 0. M. . 


I 


00 


Frances, G. P. 


I 


.00 


Francis, W. H. 


5 


.00 


Frank, Charles 


i 


.00 


Frank, Jacob A. 


io 


00 


Frank, Major Jason 


9 


60 


Frank, Max 


io 


00 


Frank, Simon . 


10 


.00 


Frankel, Bernard . 


i 


00 


Frankenstein, Lillian 


5 


00 


Frankenstein, Miss Lina H. 


5 


00 


Franklin, Emma 


i 


00 


Franklin, Mrs. H. B. . 


3 


00 


Franks, Charles Ti.. 


5 


00 


Fraser, Miss B. 


i 


00 


Frazee, George P. . 


i 


00 


Frazee, Mrs. Hermon . 


i 


00 


Freeburn, Elizabeth H. 


i 


00 


Freed, Alfred N. . 


i 


00 


Freed, Mrs. H. 


2 


00 


Freedman, Mrs. David 


2 


00 


Freedman, Phillip . 


I 


00 


Freedman, Samuel J. 


5 


00 


Freeland-Loomis Company 


5o 


00 


Freeland, Mrs. George F. 


5 


00 


Freeman, E. Stewart 


10 


00 


Fregean, Mrs. 




50 


French, C. R. 


1 


00 


French, Hollis, and Allen 






Hubbard 


25 


00 


Fricault, William . 


1 


00 


Friedman, Mrs. D. 


1 


00 


Friedman, Miss Elsie T. 


5 


00 


Friedman, H. . 


1 


00 


Friedman, Lee M. . 


100 


00 


Friedman, Mrs. M. 


15 


00 


Friedman, Miss Sophie M. 


5 


00 


Friend, A. B. . 


1 


00 


A Friend .... 


25 


00 


A Friend in the Coal Trade 


15 


00 



A Friend (five #10 subscrip- 
tions) .... 

A Friend (five $5 subscrip 
tions) .... 

A Friend (three $3 subscrip 
tions) .... 

A Friend (five $2 subscrip 
tions) .... 

A Friend .... 

A Friend (twenty-one #1 sub 
scriptions) . 

A Friend .... 

A Friend (five 25-cent sub 
scriptions) . 

Fries, L. H. . 

Friese, Mr. and Mrs. 

Frissell, G. C. 

Froher, E. M. . . 

Frost, Miss Alma . 

Frost, Mrs. Donald McKay 

Frost, Mrs. E. N. . 

Frost, Mrs. Harold L. . 

Frost, Harry M., Co., Inc. 

Frothingham, Mrs. Louis A 

Frye, Elizabeth F. 

Fuller, Mrs. . 

Fuller, A. S. . 

Fuller, Mrs. Alvin T. 

Fuller, G., & Son . 

Fuller, I. T. . . 

Fuller, J. A. . 

Fuller, William E. . 

Funderbunk, Smith & 
Mitchell, Inc. 

Furey, James H. 

Gaddis, Miss Minnie 
Gagnon, Annie J. . 
Gale, Eldridge C. . 
A Friend . 
Gallagher, Mr. & Mrs. H. C 
Gallagher, Mrs. James 
Gallagher, John J. 
Gallagher, Julia Reed 
Galvin, Thomas F., Jr. 
Galvin, Thomas F., Inc 
Gammon, Beatrice, & George 
Gammons, Charles W. 
Gammons, E. J. 
Gang of Boston, The 
Gang of Maiden, The 
Gannett, Mrs. Samuel 



$50. co 

25.00 

9.00 

10.00 
1. So 

21 .00 
•50 

1-25 
1 .00 

I .00 
I .00 

5.00 

I .00 

400 . 00 

2.00 

2.00 

10.00 

250.00 

2.00 

1. 00 

1 .00 

100.00 

10.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

10.00 

25.00 

1 .00 
1 .00 

■ 50 
5.00 

10.00 

50.00 
• 50 

1 .00 

5.00 

10.00 

15.00 

I .00 

5.00 

1 .00 

I .00 

1 .00 

5.00 



42 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Garage & Auto Supply Co. 
Garbutt, Andrew H. 
Garcelon, William F. 
Gardiner, Mrs. R. H., Jr. 
Gardner, Mrs. Augustus P. 
Gardner, Mrs. B. L. 
Gardner, D. 
Gardner, George K. 
Gardner, George P. 
Gardner, Mrs. George P 
Gardner, George P., Jr 
Gardner, Mrs. George P., Jr 
A Friend . 
Gardner, Philip 
Gardner, Mrs. Philip 
Gardner, William A. 
Gardner, William H. 
Garland, Francis P. 
Garopalo, Mrs. C. . 
Garrett, Mrs. Frank 
Gartland, John J. . 
Gartland, John N. 
Anonymous 
Gatcomb, Mrs. K. G 
Gavin, William J. . 
Gay, Arthur P. 
Gay, Josephine S. . 
Geary, Edward L. . 
Geary, Frances C. . 
Geary, Mary Rice . 
Geddes, Mrs. W. H. 
Gelles Neckwear Company 
Georgian Cafeteria, The 
Gerrish Brothers Company 
Gerrish, Jacob 
Gerry & Northrup Company 
Getchell, Addison C, & Son, 

employees . 
Ghiloni, Alfred R. 
Gibbons, Irene N. 
Gibbons, Michael 
Gibbons, Teresa M 
Gibbs, Elizabeth 
Gibson, Frank A. 
Giddings, Frederick C. . 
Giddon, Mrs. Abram 
Giesberg, Adolph . 
Giesberg, Henrietta Roos 
Gilbert, Ellen J. 
Gilbert, Helen G. . 
Gilbert, Percival 
Gilchrist Company 



$1.00 Gilchrist Company, floor 
5 .00 managers of 

5 .oo Giles, F. E. 

20.00 A Friend . 

50.00 Gill, A. E. 

1 .00 Gill, William . 

.25 Gillespie, Mrs. John Y 

5.00 Gillis, A. J. 

4,000.00 Gillis, E. F. 

100.00 Gilman, C. C. 

200.00 Gilman, Harris H. 

100.00 Gilman, John S. 

1,000.00 Gilman, William L 

25.00 Gilmore, G. W. 

100.00 Gilmore, R. H. 

1,500.00 Gilmour, Rothery & Co 

5.00 Gilson, F. H., Company 

1. 00 Gilson, Mrs. F. Howard 

1. 00 Ginsberg, Anna R. 

.50 Ginsberg, Mrs. Annie . 

1. 00 Ginsberg, Mrs. Frances M. 

1. 00 Ginsberg, Mrs. I. . 

15.00 Ginsberg, Isidore . 

1. 00 Ginter Company . 

1. 00 Ginzberg, Mr. and Mrs 
2.00 Albert A. 

50.00 Girl Scouts of Hingham 

50.00 Girl Scouts of Maynard 

1. 00 Girl Scouts of Medfield 

1. 00 Girl Scouts of Medford, 

.50 Troup 2 . . . 

5 .00 Girl Scouts of New Bedford 

10.00 Girls Scouts of Newton 

5 .00 Girl Scouts of Plymouth 

1 .00 Girl Scouts of Reading 

25.00 Girl Scouts of Wellesley 
Girls Bicycle C. H. Club 

5 . 75 Girls Bicycle Jr. C. H. Club 

5.00 Girls Friendly Society 
2.00 (Church of Our Saviour) 

5.00 Roslindale, Mass. 

. 50 Glaser Corporation, The 

5.00 Glaser Corporation, The 
1. 00 employees . 

10.00 Gleason, Gilbert Howe 

3 .00 Gleason, Harry E. 

5 .00 Gleason, J. J. . 

5.00 Gleason, John T. . 

10.00 Gleason, W., & Co. 

10.00 Goble, S. V. . 

20.00 Goddard, George N. 

550.00 Goddard, Miss Mary L 



$34.00 
2.00 



.00 

,00 

.00 

.00 

00 

.00 

.00 

3.00 

1 .40 

2.00 

2.00 

1 .00 

100.00 

20.50 

4.00 

10.00 

2.00 

3.00 

3.00 

1 .00 

50.00 

10.00 

100.00 

1 .00 

10.00 

100.00 
2.00 
100.00 
5.00 
102.00 
200 . 00 
200 . 00 
200 . 00 



2.50 
15.00 

10.00 

10.00 

2.50 

1 .00 

o"o 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 

50.00 



43 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Godfrey Coal Company 




$i .00 


Godin, Mary L. 


1 .00 


Godin, Mrs. S. H. . 




2.00 


Gofton, Mrs. . 




•50 


Golbert, M. 






10.00 


Gold, Israel 






5.00 


Gold, John J. 






1 .00 


Goldberg, Mrs 


Bessie 




5.00 


Goldberg, R. 






•50 


Goldberg, Mrs 


S. . 




2.00 


Goldenberg, Harry 




1 .00 


Goldie, George G. . 




25.00 


Goldman, Mrs. Charles 


2.00 


Goldman, Mrs. Charles 


2.00 


Goldstein, A. . 


2.00 


Goldstein, David . 


5.00 


Goldstein, Sadie L. 


2.00 


Golub, Benjamin J. 


1 .00 


Good Cheer Circle of King's 




Daughters . 


35 00 


Goodfellow, Margaret . 


1 .00 


Goodhue, L. Cushing . 


5.00 


Goodman Brothers, Inc., em- 




ployees 


7-5o 


Goodman, Fanny 




2.00 


Goodman, Harry 


. 


1 .00 


Goodman, I. . 




1 .00 


Goodman, J. W. 


. 


3.00 


Goodman, R. . 


. 


1 .00 


Goodman, S. . 




1 .00 


Goodman, Mrs. S. 


10.00 


Goodspeed, Mrs. Joseph H. 


5.00 


Goodwin, Benie M. 


■25 


Goodwin, Miss G. . 


1 .00 


Goodwin, Mrs. Harry Manle} 


r 20 . 00 


Goodwin, Mary J. 


1 .00 


Goodwin, William H. . 


1 .00 


Googins, A. H. 


1 .00 


Gordon, A. F. 


20.00 


Gordon, Mrs. Ellis 


5.00 


Gordon, Ellis, & Sons . 


IO.OO 


Gordon, E. A. 


10.00 


Gordon, J. Herbert 


1 .00 


Gordon, Mollie 


1 .00 


Gordon, Nathan H. 


200 . 00 


Gormley, James R. 


20.00 


Gosselin, Mrs. Emily 


1 .00 


Gosselin, Francis . 


•50 


Gosselin, L. V. 


5.00 


Gould, Charles W. 


2.00 


Gould, Sadie . 


1 .00 


Gould, Theodc 


re, J 


r. 




15.00 



Goulston, Edward S. 
Gounner, M. . 
Governor, William J. 
Gow, Charles R. 
Gowen, Mildred 
Grace, Joseph A. . 
Grady, Mrs. Austin 
Grady, Miss Nora J. 
Grafonola Shops, Inc., The 
Graham, Miss D. . 
Graham, Mrs. George F. 
Graham, Harriet B. 
Graham, Mrs. John 
Graham, Joshua 
Graham, Louis 
Graham, Robert S. 
Grandberg Brothers 
Grandin, Mr. & Mrs. John L 
Graney, M. L. 
Grant, George W. . 
Grassie, Delia A. . 
Grassie, John S. 
Grassie, Thomas 
Grauman, Mrs. L. 
Graves, Clarence B. 
Graves, F. N. 
Graves, Mary 
Gray, Mrs. Edward 

Gray, F 

Gray, Mrs. Francis 

Gray, Helen E. 

Gray, H. G. . 

Gray, Joan 

Gray, Mrs. John Chipman 

Gray, Morris . 

Gray, P. A. . 

Gray, Reginald 

Gray, Mrs. Reginald 

Gray, Robert H. 

Gray, W. H. . 

Greater Boston Woman's 

Auxiliary to the Railway 

Mail Association 
Greeley, Mary 
Green, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin 

Farnham . . •. 
Green, Florence B. 
Green, Mrs. J. 
Green, L. L. . 
Green, Merrill K. . 
Green, William F. . 
Greenblatt, Julius . 



$25.00 

10.00 

1 .00 

25.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

2.00 

25.00 

•50 

25.00 

5.00 

1 .00 

•50 
1 .00 

10.00 

5.00 

150.00 

1 .00 

50.00 



1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

•50 

1 .00 

10.00 

1 .00 

2.00 

1 .00 

10.00 

3.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

10.00 

10.00 

1 .00 

25.00 

50.00 

5.00 

1 .00 



5.00 
1 .00 

100.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
10.00 
1 .00 
1 .oc 



44 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Greene, Mrs. A. W. 


$0.50 


Greene, Mrs. L. D. 


1 .00 


Greene, Lucy F. 


10.00 


Greene, William J. 


1 .00 


Greenleaf Company, The 


10.00 


Greenleaf, Mrs. A. L. . 


1 .00 


Greenough, C. P. . 


10.00 


Greenough, Mrs. C. P., 2d . 


10.00 


Greenough, M. S. . 


25.00 


Gregory, L. A. 


1 .00 


Grew, Edward W. . 


25.00 


Gribbin, Vinton E. 


•50 


Griffin, John F. 


1 .00 


Griffith, Josephine 


2.00 


Griffith-Stillings Press . 


20.00 


Griggs, Mrs. C. A., Jr. . 


1 .00 


Grimes, E. L., Company 


10.00 


Gripper, William . 


1 .00 


Griswold, William B. 


5.00 


Grosberg, Israel M. 


5.00 


Grossman, B. . 


1 .00 


Grossman, Josiah . 


25.00 


Grosvenor, Theodore P. 


25.00 


Groves, John, Company, Inc 


10. oc 


Grundberg, N. 


2.00 


Gryzmish, M. C. . 


25.00 


Gryzmish, Ruebin B. 


25.00 


Guild, C. F. . 


1 .00 


Guild, D. A. . 


1 .00 


Guild, Harold 


1 .00 


Anonymous 


25.00 


Guild, Ruth . 


1 .00 


Gunby, F. N. . 


10.00 


Gunning, Mrs. C. . 


.50 


Gunning, Thomas J. 


2.00 


Gunsenhiser, Abram 


10.00 


Guptill, Leon C.\ . 


2.0c 


Gussman, H. . 


2 . 00 


Gustafson, Miss 


1 .00 


Gustafson, Marie E. 


1 .00 


Gustin & Saunders Compan; 


/ 10.00 


Guterman & Guterman 


10.00 


Gutterman, Albert 


25.00 


Gutterman, Louis . 


5.00 


Hackett, Alice 


3.00 


Hackett, Frank H. 


1 .00 


Hackett, Harriet A. 


1 .00 


Hackett, Helen A. 


1 .00 


Hadley, Mrs. George F. 


1 .00 


Hagan, H. E. . 


5.00 


Hagarty, Anne S. . 


5.00 



c 



ompany 
chard W 



Hager, L. P. . 
Haigh, H., & Co. 
Haire, William J., 
Hale, Mr. & Mrs. R 
Haley, J. F. . 
Hall, Mrs. 
Hall, Arthur D. 
Hall & Cole . 
Hall, Damon E. 
Hall, Mrs. Elinka B 
Hall, E. C. . 
Hall, E. P. . 
Hall, E. W. . 
Hall, Gladys H. 
Hall, Mrs. John L. 
Hall, Martin T. 
Hall, Morris F. 
Hall, Murray F. 
Hall, Nettie E. 
Hall, Mrs. N. W. 
Hall, Ray 
Hall, Reuben . 
Hall, Thomas . 
Hallahan, Elizabeth L 
Haller, J. F. . 
Hallett, Clarence 
Hallett, Herbert K 
Hallowell, John W. 
Hallowell, Jones & Donald 
Hallowell, Mrs. N. Penrose 
Hallowell, Robert H. . 
Hallowell, Mrs. Robert H. 
Ham, James A 
Ham, W. J. . 
Hambeo, Mrs. Henrietta 
Hamburger Brothers 
Hamburger, Leo S. 
Hamilt, Mrs. M. . 
Hamilton, Charles H. 
Hamilton, Mrs. Frankli 
Hamilton, Sarah J. 
Hamlin, Mrs. B. Nason 
Hammond, E. E 
Hammond, H. L 
Hammond, William A 
Hampshire Press 
Hanan & Son . 
Hanauer, Maurice 
Hand, John E. 
Handschumacher & 
Hanks, Harold S. 
Hanley, P. 



Co 



E 



$1 .00 

10.00 

10.00 

15.00 

•5o 

•50 

5.00 

25.00 

10.00 

2.00 

10.00 

25.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

100.00 

5.00 

1 .00 

2.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

5.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

5.00 

1 .00 

200 . 00 

100.00 

250.00 

50.00 

20.00 

15.00 

2.00 

2 

2 

5 
2 

3 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



100.00 
2.00 
1 .00 

10.00 
5.00 

25.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

25.00 

10.00 
2.00 

25.00 
5.00 
5.00 



45 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Hanna, Wm. B. 




. $5 . oo 


Hannigan, M. 


I .00 


Hannon, Joseph C. 


5-oo 


Hanover, L., Company, Th 


e io. oo 


Hanrahan, Peter . 


I .oo 


Hanson & Ricker Company 


5.00 


Harden, J. B. . 


5.00 


A Friend .... 


50.00 


Harding, Mrs. Dorothy T. 


• 350-00 


Harding, Emor H. 


10.00 


Harding, Geraldine L. . 


10.00 


Hardy, Mrs. . 


.20 


Hardy, F. S., & Co. 


. 25.00 


Harlow Brothers, Inc. . 


50.00 


Harper, Arthur V. 


1 .00 


Harriman, Mrs. Y. P. . 


•35 


Harrington, A. M. 


5.00 


Harrington, Edwin U. . 


10.00 


Harris, E. A. . 


5.00 


Harris, Miss Eliza 




1 .00 


Harris, George 




1 .00 


Harris, George B. 




25.00 


Harris, H., & Co. 




25.00 


Harris, Isaac 




5.00 


Harrison, Mrs. K. 




1 .00 


Anonymous 




150.00 


Harry's Shoe Store 




1 .00 


Hart, Arthur . 




•5o 


Hart, A. T. . 




10.00 


Hart, C. J. . 




1 .00 


Hart, Francis R. 




15.00 


Hart, Frederick J. 




1 .00 


Harte, Richard 




50.00 


Hartford, J. B. 




5.00 


Hartnell, Alice P. . 




1 .00 


Hartshorn, Mr. a 


nd Mrs. 




Charles H. . 




100.00 


Hartstone, Walter . 




10.00 


Hartt, J. Philip 




25.00 


Harvard Woman's Club 


100.00 


Harwood, A. Leslie, Jr. 


2.00 


Harwood, Mr. and Mrs. 




Bartlett . . . . 


5.00 


Harwood, Miss Blanche G. . 


10.00 


Harwood, Mrs. John H. 


50.00 


Harwood, Sydney . 


25.00 


Hascall, Henrietta 


15.00 


Haskell, Adams Company 


25.00 


Haskell, Adams Company, 




employees . . . . 


15-25 


Haskell, Adams Company, 




shipping room em 


ployees . 


10.25 



Haskell, John A. . 

Haskell, Joseph 

Haskell, Mary J. . 

Hassenfus, Caroline M. 

Hatch, Charles J. . 

Hatch, Davis . 

Hatch, Roger C. 

Hatfield, Dr. and Mrs. H. K 

Hathaway, Mrs. 

Hathaway, Mrs. Maria 

Haughton & Co. 

Haughton, Mrs. Graeme 

Haughton, Mrs. M. G. 

Hauser, H. L. 

Hawkins, Gertrude E. . 

Hawkins, L. T. 

Hawkridge, Ella M. 

Hayden, Mrs. Charles R. 

Hayden, Stone Company 

employees . 
Haydock, Mr. and Mrs 

Roger R. 
Hayes, William F. 
Haynes, Mrs. E. 
Haynes, Edmund B. 
Haynes, Mrs. Edmund 
Haynes, Eugene B. 
Haynes, L. A. 
Haynes, W. J. 
Heald, M. Louise . 
Heald, R. A. . 
Healy, Frank D. 
Hearty, E. W. J. . 
Heath, S. Clark 
Hebb, F. C. . 
Hecht, Simon E. 
Hecht, Mrs. Simon E. 
Anonymous 
Hedge, Henry R. . 
H. G. B. . 

Heintz, Mrs. George W 
Heintz, W. H. 
Heinz, Henry . 
Helburn, Mr. and Mrs 
Helin, George A. 
Hemenway, Alfred 
Henchey, Wm. M. . 
Henderson, Ella M. 
Henderson, Ethel M. 
Henderson, John J. 
Henderson, Warwick 
Hendricks, Philip A. 



$10.00 

10.00 

100.00. 

5.00 

5.00 

1 .00 

5.00 

50.00 

•50 

•25 

25.00 

15.00 

100.00 

10.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

10.00 

25.00 

32.50 





5.00 




1 .00 




1 .00 




10.00 


B. 


5.00 




5 00 




1 .00 




2.00 




2.00 




•50 




5.00 




50.00 




1 .00 




1 .00 




10.00 




10.00 




5.00 




5.00 




1 .00 


r 


15.00 




10.00 




1 .00 


J.W 


10.00 




1 .00 




10.00 




1 .00 




1 .00 




1 .00 




1 .00 




15.00 




1. 00 



46 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Hendrickson, Mrs. A. . 


$i .00 


Hillery, F. H. . 


$2.00 


Hendry, Mrs. . 


1 .00 


Hilliard, Mrs. A. . 


10.00 


Henley- Kimball Company 




Hillson, H. M., Company 


10.00 


The ... . 


100.00 


Hillson, Louis 


2.00 


Hennessey, Arthur J. 


1 .00 


Hillyard, Mabel . 


1 .00 


Henry, Mrs. Michael J. 


1 .00 


Hilton, Aldrich Company 


10.00 


Heptorean Club of Somer- 




Hinchcliffe, F. A. . 


10.00 


ville .... 


10.00 


Hinckley, Benjamin S. . 


50.00 


Herbacquek, Mrs. . 


•25 


Hinds, M. Louise . 


2.00 


Herman, Mrs. Joseph M. 


125.00 


Hines, John J. 


5.00 


Herman, Louise 


2.00 


Hirsch, Mrs. M. F. S. . 


5.00 


Herman, Max 


■50 


Hirsch, S. F. . 


1 .00 


Hernan, Frances M. 


4. 11 


Hitchcock, Wm. Harold 


10.00 


Herr, F. A. . 


1 .00 


Hite, W. H. . 


1 .00 


Herrick's .... 


10.00 


Hoague, T. . . . 


5.00 


Herrick, Robert F., Jr. 


100.00 


Hobbs, Conrad 


75.00 


Hersey, Ira C. 


5.00 


Hobbs, Mr. and Mrs. Waltei 




Hershfield, Gerhard 


■50 


Lawrence 


25.00 


Hervey, L. F. 


5.00 


Hobson, Mrs. G. 


•50 


Heuser, Louis J. 


1 .00 


Hodges, S. 


10.00 


Hewes & Potter • . 


25.00 


Hodges, Willard 


1 .00 


Hey, Albert E. 


100.00 


Hoffman, Harry 


1 .00 


Heyer, John C. 


5.00 


Hoffman, Moe 


25.00 


Hibbard, Ralph G. 


1 .00 


Hoffman, R. S. 


25.00 


Hichborn, Frank I. 


2.00 


Hoffman, R. S., & Co. . 


50.00 


Hickey, John . 


10.00 


Hofman, Mrs. 


SO 


Hickman, Alma C. 


•5o 


Hogarth-Swann, H. W. 


5.00 


Hicks, G. 0. . 


1 .00 


Holden, A. L. . . 


1 .00 


Hicks, Mrs. John Jay . 


25.00 


Holden Leonard Company 


100.00 


Higgins, Ruth M. . 


1 .00 


Holder, Herbert A. 


5.00 


A Friend .... 


1 ,000 . 00 


Holland, Bert E. . 


5.00 


Higginson, F. L., Jr. 


100.00 


Holland, D. A. 


5.00 


High, Fred S. . 


25.00 


'Holland, T. J. 


1 .00 


Hight, H. M. . 


5.00 


Hollander, L. P., Company 


200 . 00 


Hildreth, Mrs. Julia N. 




Hollidge, Mrs. Edward M. 


•50 


Secretary and Treasurer 




Hollingsworth, Amor 


50.00 


Ernanon Bridge Club 


12.00 


Hollingsworth, Mrs. Sumner 


25.00 


Hildreth, J. W. 


1 .00 


Hollingsworth, Valentine 


100.00 


Hill, Arthur D. 


10.00 


Hollis-Perrin & Kirkpatricl 


c 25.00 


Hill, A. W. . 


1 .00 


Holly Club of Wrentham 


5.00 


Hill, Barlow & Homans 




Holly Wreath Club 


102.20 


employees . 


13.00 


Holmes, S. . . . 


10.00 


Hill, Bush & Co. . 


25.00 


Holmes, Sybil H. . 


2.00 


Hill, Charles A. . 


1 .00 


Holmstead, A. H. . 


1 .00 


Hill, Donald M. . 


50.00 


Holt, Robert H. . 


5.00 


Hill, Mrs. Dorothy B. . 


2.00 


Holtzer, Charles W. 


100.00 


Hill, Elizabeth 


1 .00 


Holway, Mrs. L. C. 


1 .00 


Hill, Mrs. F. W. . 


1 .00 


Holzman, G. Augustus . 


5.00 


Hill, Horace F., Jr. 


2.00 


Homans, Mrs. John, Sr. 


10.00 


Hill, Lawrence F. . 


5.00 


Homans, Robert 


50.00 


Hill, Sidney A. 


1 .00 


Homans, William P. 


50.00 


Hillbrow C. H. Club . 


100.00 


Home Club, East Boston 


20.0c 



47] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Home for Aged Women 
Home for Aged Women 

(M. A. McLane) 
Home Savings Bank, em 

ployees 
Homer, Mrs. Robert 
Hood, Mrs. Arthur N. . 
Hood, John, Company . 
Hook, Edward M. 
Hooper, Mrs. James R. 
Hooper, Roger F. . 
Hooper, Mrs. W. A. 
Hope, Norman S. . 
Hope, Mrs. R. K. . 
Hope, Thomas 
Hopkins, Arthur F. 
Hopkinson & Holden 
Hopkinton Public Health 

Association . 
Horblet, M. . . . 
Horblitt, Mark M. 
Horgan, Francis J. 
Horlick, Samuel 
Hornblower, Henry 
Hornblower, Ralph W. 
Home, Carl R. 
Home, Mrs. H. B. 
Home, Mrs. Matilda F. 
Horneman, Mrs. 
Horton, F. P. . . 

Horton, Joseph B. 
Horton, J. E. . 
Horwitz, Philip 
Hosmer, F. H., Company 
Hosmer, Mrs. Sidney . 
Hotchkin &■ Co. 
Hotchkin & Co., employees 
Hough, Mrs. Charles 
Houghton, Mrs. 
Houghton, Miss Alberta M 
Houghton, Blanche E. . 
Houghton, Clement S. . 
Houghton & Dutton Com 

pany .... 
Houghton & Dutton Mutua 

Relief Association 
Houghton, G. B. . 
Houghton Wool Company 
Hourahan, William F. . 
Houston, Francis J. 
Houston, Margaret 
Hovey, C. F., Company 



$2.00 Howard, Emma L. 
Howard, Mrs. J. K. 

5.00 Howard, Timothy W. . 

Howe, A. H., & Sons 

12.31 Howe, Henry S. 

5.00 Howe, Mrs. Henry S. . 

25 .00 Howe, J. C. . 

50.00 Howe, Mrs. J. Murray . 

1 . 00 Howe, L. H. . 

20.00 Howe, Percival S. . 

1. 00 Howell, Warren F. 

5 .00 Howes, D. P. . 

25.00 Howland, Arthur V. 

2.00 Hoxie, Mrs. Albert 

.50 Hoxie, Mrs. C. B. . 

1. 00 Hoxie, Mrs. William 

10.00 Hubbard, Mrs. Eliot 

Hubbard, Helen 

5.00 Hubbard, Jere B. . 

1. 00 Hubbard, John T. . 

5.00 Hubbard, Paul M. 

10.00 Hubbard, Mrs. R. S. 

1 .00 Huckins, George A. 

100.00 Hughes, Edward F. 

25.00 Hughes, Mrs. Frank 

1. 00 Hughes, Mrs. Ida . 

1. 00 Hughes, John T. 

10.00 Hughes, M. E. 

1. 00 Hultgren, Mrs. A. . 

1. 00 Humphrey, H. B., Company 

1. 00 Hunneman, John A. 

.50 , Hunnewell, Miss Gertrude 

3.00 Hunnewell, Henry S. 

10.00 Hunnewell, Mrs. James M. 

50.00 Hunnewell, Miss Mary . 

50.00 Hunnewell, Walter 

32.00 Hunt, Mr. 

2.00 Hunt, Mrs. Charlotte M. 

1. 00 Hunt, Edwin W. . 

10.00 Hunt, Mrs. John C. 

1. 00 Hunter Manufacturing Co. 

100.00 Huntley, Gertrude F. . 
Huntoon, Mrs. E. J. B. 

300.00 Huntress, George L. 

Hurd, Mrs. C. Russell . 

55.00 Hurd, Mrs. E. L. . 

10.00 Hurd, Franklin 

50.00 Hurd, L. R. . 

1. 00 Hurd, Mrs. L. R. . 

1. 00 Hurd, Miss Marjorie 

.50 Hurd, Ruth H. 

100.00 Hurlburt, Henry F., Jr. 



$1 .00 

10.00 

1 .00 

25.00 

250.00 

100.00 

50.00 

50.00 

1 .00 

100.00 

5.00 

1 .00 

5.00 

•25 
2.00 

•50 

50.00 

25.00 

5.00 

5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

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10.00 

25.00 

•25 

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10.00 

100.00 

500.00 

50.00 

125 .00 

50.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

10.00 

50.00 

1 .00 

15.00 

25.00 

10.00 

15.00 

1 .00 

10.00 

10.00 

1 .00 

10.00 

10.00 



48 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Hurley, Mrs. . 
Hurley, E. F. . 
Hurley, John H. 
Hurst, C. H. . 
Hussey, John E. A. 
Hustis, James H. 
Hutchings, Miss Estelle C. 
Hutchins, Constantine . 
Hutchins, Mrs. C. . 
Hutchins, C. P. 
Hutchins, Edward W. . 
Anonymous 
Hutchins, O. E. . 
Hyde, H. Stanley . 
Hyde Park Current Events 
Hyman Brothers . 
Hyman, Mr. . 
Hyman, Anna R. . 
Hyman, D. P. . 

Hyman, Martha 
Hynes, George M. 

Iasigi, Mrs. Oscar . 

Anonymous 

Ide, Henry J. . 

Ideal Neckwear Company 

Inc 

I. E. G 

Ilsley, Annie D. . 
Inches, Mrs. Henderson 
Ingham, W. P. 
Ingraham, Miss A. E. . 
Inman, Emma A. . 
Inman, Virginia D. 
Innes, Charles H. . 
International Trust Com 

pany, officers and 

ployees 
Ipswich C. H. Club 
Ireland, Eugene & Co. 
Irving & Casson — A 

Davenport Company 
Isaacs, Flora . 



em- 



H 



Anonymous 
Jackson, Charles 
Jackson, Mr. and 

Charles C. . 
Jackson, F. H. 
Jackson, F. W. 
Jackson, Dr. Henry 



Mrs 



$i .00 
5.00 
5.00 

•25 

10.00 

25.00 

10.00 

10.00 

15.00 

100.00 

200 . 00 

50.00 

10.00 

5.00 

10.00 

25.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

3.00 

5.00 

1 .00 

50.00 

2.00 

25.00 

25.00 
5.00 
3.00 

25.00 

10.00 
5.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

10.00 



25-25 

516.50 

20.00 

100.00 
3.00 

10.00 

50.00 

100.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

10.00 



Jackson, Henry D. 




$5 . 00 


Jackson, L. D., Company 


5.00 


Jackson, P. T., & Co. . 


25.00 


Jackson, W. A. 




5.00 


Jackson, Mrs. Walter 




5.00 


Jackson, William K. 




5.00 


Jacobovitz, Mrs. L. 




5.00 


Jacobs, Benjamin H. 




.50 


Jacobs, Harry 




1 .00 


Jacobs, Joseph B. . 




5.00 


Jacobs, Philip W. . 




5.00 


J. A. L. . . . 




1 .00 


Jamaica Plain Junior Alli- 




ance .... 


5.00 


Jamaica Plain Tuesday Clul 


D 25 . OO 


Jamaica Printing Company 


I5.00 


James, Mrs. Edward H. 


5.00 


James, N. P. . 


IO.OO 


Jameson, E. E. 


5.00 


Jameson, G. A. 


I .OO 


Jameson, T. B. 


I .00 


Jamieson, Joseph B. 


100.00 


Jankelson, M. R. . 


1 .00 


Janofsky, A. . 


1 .00 


Jaques, Miss Helen L. . 


20.00 


Jardine, Alexander J. 


5.00 


Jardine, William 


50.00 


Jay's Sale 


2,539-59 


Jeffries, Clemence D. 


2.50 


Jeffries, William A. 


10.00 


Jemberg, Walter M. 


1 .00 


Jenkins, Mrs. Henry 


2.00 


Jenkins, Muriel (age three) 


5.00 


Jenks, William W. 


25.00 


Jenney, Malcolm . 


2.00 


Jenney Manufacturing Co. 


25.00 


Jennings, George . 


5.00 


Jensen, A. G 


1 .00 


Jepson, Flora E. . . . 


1 .00 


Jepson, Mabel A. . 


1 .00 


Jepson, William A. 


25.00 


Jeselsohn, Louis, Inc. . 


5.00 


Jette, Mrs. E. M. . 


•50 


Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. Pliny 


25.00 


J.M 


1 .00 


Joe, Mrs. . . . . 


1 .00 


Johannah Aspinwall Chap- 




ter, D. A. R. 


33-oo 


John Hancock Chapter, 




D. A. R. . 


25.00 


Johnsen, Mrs. M. J. 


5.00 


Johnson, Mrs. 




•50 



49 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Johnson, Mr. and Mrs 




Joseph, Samuel 




. $ 1 2 . 00 


Arthur £>. . 


. $50.00 


Joseph, William 




1 .00 


Johnson, Mrs. Clarence 


1 .00 


Joslin, Mrs. Elliott P. 




10.00 


Johnson, Mrs. Clarence 


.50 


Josselyn, Lewis H. 




25.00 


Johnson, Edward C. 


. 100.00 


Jouett, Mr. and Mrs. ] 


Marl 




Johnson, E. C. 


10.00 


R-, Jr. . . . 




25.00 


Johnson, Mrs. F. 0. 


.50 


Jowitt, J. N. . 




5.00 


Johnson, Mrs. F. W. 


1. 00 


Joy, C. Fred, Jr. . 




1 .00 


Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Free 


•50 


Joy, Mrs. E. . 




1 .00 


Johnson, Gardner & Daven- 




Joy, Grace G. 




1 .00 


port, Inc. 


2.00 


Joy, John H. . 




10.00 


Johnson, G. A. 


1 .00 


Joyce, Miss 




1 .00 


Johnson, Granville 


5.00 


Joyce, Mrs. A. Florence 




2.00 


Johnson, Harry C. 


1 .00 


Judkins, Everett H. 




5.00 


Johnson, Mrs. James 


1 .00 


Judkins, H. I., Jr. 




1 .00 


Johnson, John H. . 


100.00 


Julia Ward Howe Chapter 


33-00 


Johnson, L. A., & Co. . 


5.00 


Junior Department, Congre- 




Johnson, L. F. 


1 .00 


gational Church School 


20.00 


Johnson, Mildred . 


25.00 






Johnson, Pauline M. 


10.00 


Kaan, Mr. & Mrs. Frank W 


5.00 


Johnson, Reginald H. . 


50.00 


Kaffenburgh, Carl J. 


10.00 


Johnson, Reginald M. . 


10.00 


Kaffenburgh, I., & Sons, Inc 


. 200 . 00 


Johnson, Mrs. Samuel . 


15.00 


Kagno, I. 


1 .00 


Anonymous 


10.00 


Kahn, Mrs. Ida 




1 .00 


Johnson, Mrs. W. W. . 


1 .00 


Kahn, Joseph S. 




5.00 


Jolles, Low 


5.00 


Kahn, Max . 




1 .00 


Jones, Mrs. 


•50 


Kahn, S. . 




1 .00 


Jones, A. J. . 


1 .00 


Kakas, Edward F., & Sons 


10.00 


Jones, B. B. . 


1 .00 


Kaler, Carney, Liffler & Co 


. 50.00 


Jones, Mrs. Benjamin M. 


20.00 


Kalis, L. . 


15.00 


Jones, E. A. . 


1 .00 


Kamm, Maurice A. 




2.00 


Jones, Elizabeth C. 


1 .00 


Kaplan, Mrs. Celia 




2.00 


Jones, F. E., & Co. 


20.00 


Kaplan, Mrs. J. J. 




5.00 


Jones, George R. . . 


2.00 


Kaplan, Jacob J. . 




10.00 


Jones, H. H 


5.00 


Kapland, Mrs. G. . 




3.00 


Jones, Mrs. Lulu W. 


1 .00 


Karnheim, J. A., Inc. 




100.00 


Anonymous . 


500 . 00 


Karp, Charles 




1 .00 


Jones, Matt B. 


5.00 


Kasanof, Esthel 




3.00 


Jones, McDuffee & Stratton 




Kasson, C. L. 




2.00 


Corporation 


50.00 


Kate Greenaway C. H. Clut 


> 200 . 00 


Jones, Peterson & Newhall 




Kathryn Crane Memorial 




Company . 


25.00 


Club .... 


50.00 


Jones, Philip N. . . . 


5.00 


Katz, W. B. 




1 .00 


Jordan, E. F 


3.00 


Kaufman, M. B. . 




25.00 


Jordan, Helen Lincoln . 


10.00 


Kaufman, Victor . 




1 .00 


Jordan Marsh Company 


1,000.00 


Kay, Arthur . 




2.00 


Jordan & More Press, The . 


5.00 


Kay, Harry H. 




10.00 


Jordan & More Press, The, 




Kay, Paul D. . 




1 .00 


employees . . . . 


18.27 


Keane, M., & Son . 




5.00 


Jordan, Perley P. . 


1 .00 


Kearns, Mary A. . 




-50 


Jordan, Robert 


200 . 00 


Keating, J. F. 




1 .00 


Jordan, Mrs. Robert 


100.00 


Keefe, John E. 




1 .00 



50 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Keegan, T. J. . 


$1.00 


Keenan, Mrs. . 


.50 


Keenan, M. H. 


5.00 


Keepers, Ernest 


2.00 


Kehew, W. B. . 


25.00 


Kehoe, Albert 


• So 


Keith, H. J., Company . 


. 100.00 


Keith, Louise F. 


5.00 


Kellaway, Frederick J. . 


1 .00 


Kelley, Daniel P. . 


1 .00 


Kelley, Grace M. . 


5.00 


Kelley, Horace R. . 


2.00 


Kelley, J. A. . 


1. 00 


Kelley, John J. 


1. 00 


Kelley, 0. C. . 


1 .00 


Kelley, Raymond . 


1 .00 


Kelley, Winifred R. 


1 .00 


Kellough, Charles T. 


5.00 


Kelly, James P. 


5.00 


Kelly, Mary M. . 


2.00 


Kelly, P. J. . . . 


1 .00 


Kelly-Springfield Tire Co. 


50.00 


Keltner, Ethel 


10.00 


Kelty, Mrs. . 


•25 


Kemoe, Mary V. . 


•So 


Kendrick, J. G. 


1 .00 


Kendrick, Mary F. 


4.00 


Kenmore, The 


10.00 


Kennedy Company, The 


100.00 


Kennedy, Eugene F. 


1 .00 


Kennedy, Harris . 


5.00 


Kennedy, John J. . 


50.00 


Kennedy, Joseph P. 


5.00 


Kennedy, Miss J. W. 


•So 


Kennedy, T. A., & Co., Inc. . 


25.00 


Kennedy, Thomas F. 


1 .00 


Kenney, Arthur D. 


1 .00 


Kenney, John J. 


2.00 


Kenney, William R. 


10.00 


Kenny, John . 


5.00 


Kenny, Miah G. 


10.00 


Kenny, Norman W. 


5.00 


Kent, Mrs. Edward L. . 


10.00 


Kent Kindergarten Mothers 




Club 


9.00 


Ker, James . 


1 .00 


Kettell, Charlotte A. 


5.00 


Kettell, Katharine L. . 


5.00 


Keyes Supply Company 


5.00 


Khelm, Lewis 


•25 


Khoury, T. H. 


1 .00 


Kidder, Mrs. Charles A. 


25.00 



Kidder, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. 

Kidder, Peabody Company, 

employees . 
Kiefer, Mrs. William 
Kilday, John W. . 
Kiley, John C. 
Killen, William 
Killion, Bernard J. 
Kilton, Ivory N. 
Kimball, David P. 
Kimball, Edwin F. 
Kimball, Mrs. Emma W 
Kimball, Henry H. 
Kimball, Gilman & Co. 
Kimball, Mrs. Marcus Mor 

ton 
Kimball, Mrs. P. W. 
Kimball, Rev. and Mrs 

Thatcher R. 
Kincaid, Miss Barbara 
King, Miss Anne P. 
King, Mrs. Basil . 
King, Miss C. W. . 
King, Miss Grace W. 
King, Helen C. 
King, Mrs. Henry Parsons 
King, M. E. . ' . 
King, T. H. . . 
King, Mrs. Tarrant P. 
Kingman, E. H., & Co 
Kingman & Hearty, Inc 
Kingsdale, Sam 
Kingsdale, Mrs. Samuel S. 
Kingsdale, S., friends of 
Kinney, L. W., & Co. . 
Kirby, Mrs. Ralph 
Kirkpatrick, H. L. 
Kirkpatrick, Margaret R. 
Kirshen, Max S. 
Kirstein, Mr. and Mrs 

Louis E. 
Kirwan, Thomas A. 
Kissock, Mrs. R. J. 
Kitchell, F. J. . 

Kittredge, Wheaton 
Klain, Mrs. R. L. . 
Klarfield, Mrs. Jeannette 
Klopot, Abe . 
Klopot, Annie 
Klous, Bessie . 
Klous, Henrv . 
Kluepfel, Alfred C. , . 



$2.00 

289.50 

1 .00 

5.00 

50.00 

1 .00 

5. 00 

1 .00 

100.00 

1 .00 

5.00 

10.00 

25.00 

25.00 
5.00 

100.00 

20.00 

20.00 

10.00 

25.00 

5.00 

5.00 

50.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

5.00 

10.00 

20.00 

5.00 

5.00 

4.00 

5.00 

2.00 

10.00 

1 .00 

5-oo 

1,500.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

25.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

25.00 
5.00 
5.00 

50.00 

10.00 



5i 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Kneeland Wm. A. . 


$10.00 


Knight, Mary E. . 


1 .00 


Knopf, S. H., Manufacturing 




Company 


10.00 


Knowles, James T. 


25.00 


Knowles, Thomas C. 


2.00 


Knowlton, Walter F. 


10.00 


Koch, Rose F. 


1 .00 


KofT, Miss Hattie L. 


5.00 


Kondazian, M. S. . 


25.00 


Konen, Charles 


2.00 


Kornfeld, Mrs. Felix 


5.00 


Koshland, Abraham 


100.00 


Koshland, Jesse 


150.00 


Koshland, Robert J. 


20.00 


Krakowski, Morris 


1 .00 


Kratman, D. . 


1 .00 


Kraus, Simon 


1 .00 


Krech, Shepard 


50.00 


Krech, Mrs. Shepard 


25.00 


Kreene, Louis 


1 .00 


Kritzman, Dina 


1 .00 


Kritzman, Dora 


1 .00 


Kritzman, Eva 


1 .00 


Kritzman, Jake 


1 .00 


Kritzman, Peter 


1 .00 


Kritzman, Simond 


1 .00 


Kupins, Miss K. 


5.00 


Kuposky, Mrs. B. . 


1 .00 


Kurth, W. J. . 


■ 5- 00 


Kuster, John F. 


5.00 


Kyle, George A. 


1 .00 


L. A. B 


5.00 


LaCaos, Josephine 


1 .00 


Lacy, C. W. . 


25.00 


Ladd, Mrs. Alexander H. 


10.00 


Ladensack, John N. 


1 .00 



Ladies Aid Society (East 
Milton Congregational 
Church) 

Ladies Auxiliary Society, 
David Vicur Cholum 

Laffey, J. H. . 

Lally, William H. . 

La Marca, Gaetano 

Lamb, Mrs. H. A. 

Lamson & Co. 

Lamson, Clement R. 

Lamson, E. W. 

Lamson & Hubbard Corpo- 
ration 



5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

50.00 
5.00 

10.00 
1 .00 

50.00 



Lamson, Mrs. J. A. 
Lanagan, P. J. 
Landladies Benefit Associa- 
tion 
Landry, W. J. 
Lane, Mrs. 
Lane, Mrs. Carleton 
Lane, Mrs. Daniel H 
Lane, Francis C. 
Lane, Mrs. Frank E. 
Lane, Mrs. G. M. 
Lane, M. F. . 
Lane, Patrick J. 
Lane, Thomas J. 
Lang, Mrs. B. J. 
Langill, Leslie 
Lankenau, John 
Lannon, W. H. 
Lanthier, L. P. 
Lanza, Charles C 
Friends 
Lappen, H. 
Larkin, Dr. Richard J 
Larson, L. P. . 
Larson,- Ludwig 
LaSand, Mrs. Georgia K. 
Laserson, Leon 
Lasker, Robert R. 
Laskey, Mrs. L. E. 
Lavelle, Marie A. 
Lawler, Edmund B 
Lawless, Mrs. Marcella 
Lawless, Thomas E. 
Lawrence, A. A. 
Lawrence, Mrs. Amory A. 
Lawrence, A. W. . 
Lawrence, George C 
Lawrence, H. L., Company 
Lawrence, James . 
Lawrence, John S. 
Lawrence, Joseph . 
Lawrence, Miss M. B. 
Lawrence, Miss Sarah 
Lawrence, Mrs. U. 
Lawrence, Rt. Rev. William 
Lawrence, Mrs. William 
Leach, E. E. . 
Leahy, Harriet 
Leary, Mrs. 
Leary, Clara . 
Leary, James F. 
Leavens, William, & Co., Inc. 



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1 .00 

•25 
1 .00 

10.00 

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5.00 

100.00 

10.00 
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5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

25.00 
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30.00 

50.00 

25.00 

2.00 

10.00 

100.00 

50.00 

1 .00 

20.00 

10.00 

•5° 

25.00 

10.00 

5.00 

1 .00 

. 10 

1 .00 

10.00 

100.00 



52] 



f 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Leavitt, P. M. 
Lebbossiere, Alice G 
Le Blanc, Emile 
Lebowich, Mrs. S. 
Leckie, William 
LeDuc, George F. 
Lee, Mr. and Mrs. E. E 
Lee, Francis W. 
Lee, Frederick G. 
Lee, George C. 
Leeson, Robert A 
LeFevre, Mrs. M. A. 
Legg, G. M. D., Company 
Leghorn, G. M. 
Lehrberger & Asher 
Leighton, George J. 
Leland, Amory 
Leland, Charles F. 
Leland, Dudley R. 
Leland, Edmund F 
Lendman, Phillip 
Lent, Arthur R. 
Lentini, Frank G. 
Leonard, Arnold 
Leonard, A. G. 
Leonard, Esther Lowe 
Leonard, F. M., & Co 
Leonard, John M. . 
Leonard, Joseph 
Leonard, Katherine C. 
Leonard, M. D. 
Leonard, Ruth 
Leonard, T. J. 
Leonard, Timothy J. 
Leopold Morse Company 
Lerman, James S. . 
Lerned, W. H., & Sons 
Leslie, Edward J. . 
Leven, Mrs. J. S. . 
Levenson Brothers 
Levenson, Mrs. F. 
Levenson, Joseph M. 
Levenson, Julius 
Leventhal, Mrs. R. A. 
Leventhal & Sugarman Co. 
Leveroni, Frank 
Anonymous 
Levi, Rabbi Harry 
Levin, Alice 
Levin, A. L., & Bros. 
Levin, Nathan 
Levin, S. M., Company 



$25.00 Levine, Esther 

1 .00 Levine, J. B. . 

1. 00 Levine, Samuel A. 

3.00 Leviseur, Mrs. Louis 

5.00 Leviston, H. S. 

1. 00 Levy, Mrs. Dora R. 

2.00 Levy, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 

5.00 Levy, Nathan 

1 .00 Lewis, A. J., & Co. 

200.00 Lewis, Edna M. 

25.00 Lewis, George 

5.00 Lewis, Jennie H. 

10.00 Lewis, Mears Company 

15 .00 Lewis, M. J. . 

10.00 Lewis, Myron P. . . 

1. 00 Lewis, Wayland H. 

50.00 Lexington Automobile Co. 

10.00 Lexington Woman's Club 

50.00 Leyden Congregational Sun- 
100.00 day School, N. M. S. M. 

1. 00 Club 

2.00 Leyford, Thomas . 

1. 00 Lezar, Joseph .... 

1. 00 Libby, Florence M. — In 

1. 00 memory of Allan Randall 

4.00 Libby 

25.00 Liberty Trust Company, 

1 . 00 employees . 

1. 00 Licceardi, Peter J. 

5.00 Lichtenstein, W. M. 

25.00 Licter, Bessie . 

1 . 00 Licter, Samuel 

1. 00 Liebmann, Mr. and Mrs 
.50 Harry .... 

150.00 Liedman, Edith H. 

1 .00 Liggett's Dollar Day Boxes 

10.00 Lillie, Hazel G. 

1. 00 Lilly, Mrs. Channing 

5.00 Lincoln, Albert L. . 

3.00 Lincoln, Alexander 

5.00 Lincoln, Mrs. F. P. 

10.00 Lincoln, Mrs. William H. 

5.00 Lindbohm, Mrs. 

2 . 00 Linde, Mr. 
25.00 Lindsay, Edwin P. 

5.00 Lindsay, Ernest H. 

100.00 Lindsey, Mrs. William . 

10.00 Ling, Harriet J. 

1. 00 Linscott, Daniel C. 

5 .00 Linscott Motor Company 

5.00 Linwood, Walter . 

10.00 List, Robert . 



$2.00 
1 .00 

25.00 

50.00 

10.00 

5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

25.00 

5.00 

5.00 

1 .00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

4.00 

67-75 

25.00 

1 .00 



5.00 

22.00 
1 .00 
2.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

25.00 

•50 

435 .02 

2.00 

25.00 

5.00 

5.00 

•50 

20.00 

•75 
•50 

25.00 
2.00 

25.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

25.00 
1 .00 
5.00 



53] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Listen, Alice C. 




#5.00 


Litchfield, Everett S. 




10.00 


Little, Alfred E. . 




1 .00 


Little, A. E., Company 




25.00 


Little Black Sambos 




200 . 00 


Little, Brown & Co. 




10.00 


Little Friend, A (E. W. < 


-) 


. 10 


Little Wonder Market 




1 .00 


Littlefield, Laura M. 




•25 


Livermore, M. L. . 




5.00 


Livermore, William^B. 




10.00 


Livermore, W. H. . 




2.00 


Livingstone, F. G. 




1 .00 


L. M. C. . . . 




1 .00 


L. M. S. . 




1 .00 


Locke, Isaac, Company 




25.00 


Locke, William S. . 




5.00 


Lockwood, Emily H. 




1 .00 


Lockwood, H. U. F. 




25.00 


Lodge, Walter H. . 




1 .00 


Loeffler, Mrs. C. M. 




5.00 


Loewenberg, Samuel 




10.00 


Logue, George F. . 




•5o 


Lomanno, W. G. . 




2.00 


Lomasney, A. . 




•50 


Lombard, P. J. 




1 .00 


London & Ellis, Inc. 




22.50 


Long, Mrs. 




1 .00 


Long, A. E., & Son 




5.00 


Long, Mrs. M. J. . 




•25 


Long, Thomas, Compan 


y 


25.00 


Longwood Bluebird Clu 


b 


100.00 


Longwood Cricket 


Club 


> 


(proceeds dance) 




270.00 


Longwood Day School 




100.00 


Loose Wiles Biscuit Co 




25.00 


Lord, Elmer A., & Co. 




25.00 


Lord, Frank P. 




1 .00 


Lord, Mrs. Samuel C. 




5.00 


Lord & Spencer 




25.00 


Loring, Mr. and 


Mrs 




Augustus P. 




200 . 00 


Loring, Augustus P., Jr 




50.00 


Loring, Miss Katherine 


P. 


5.00 


Loring, Mrs. Lindsley 




10.00 


Loring, Thacher 




20.00 


Loring, Judge and 


Mr 


3. 


William Caleb 




25.00 


Lothrop, Bennett & 


Gill 




man 




100.00 


Lothrop, Mr. and 


Mrs 




Francis Bacon 




100.00 



Lothrop, Mr. and Mrs. 

Lewis W $25.00 

Lothrop, Mary B. . . . 100.00 

Lothrop, Thornton K. . . 25.00 

Lothrop, Mrs. W. S. H. . 25.00 

Lourie, David A. . . . 10.00 

Lourie & Lourie . . . 10.00 

Love, Fannie B. . . . 1.00 

Lovejoy, Abby M. . 1 . 00 

Lovering, Mrs. Charles T. . 15.00 

Lovering, E., Jr. . . . 1.00 
Lowell Brothers & Bailey 

Co 10.00 

Lowell, Mrs. Guy . . . 25.00 

Lowell, Miss Lucy . • . 25.00 

Lowenstein, A., & Sons . 25.00 

Lowenstein, Mrs. Nettie . 3.00 

Lubell, Pauline B. . . . 2.00 

Lucet, Stephen E. . . . 5.00 

Lucianelli, A 1.00 

Ludwig, Mrs. E. O. . . .25 

Ludwig, Frank J. . . . 25.00 

Ludwig, Susan E. . . . 1.00 

Luke, Elizabeth A. F. . . 1.00 

Lull, R. W 5.00 

Lund, Miss H. E. . . . 1.00 

Lundell, Mrs. Ruth . . 1.00 

Lunt, Mrs. L. W. . . . 1.00 

Lurensky, A 5.00 

Lurinsky, Anna . . . 1.00 

Lurinsky, Samuel . . . 1.00 

Luther, Mr. & Mrs. C. Fisher 10.00 

Luther, Mrs. George E. . 5 .00 

Luther, Willard B. . . 10.00 

Lutton, L. A 1. 00 

Lutz, John L. . . . 2 . 00 

Lyman, George H. . . 80.00 

Lyman, Mrs. George H. . 100.00 

Lyman, Mrs. G. H. . . 10.00 
Lyman, Mr. and Mrs. G. 

H., Jr 20.00 

Lyman, Mrs. Henry . . 100.00 

Lyman, Mrs. Herbert . . 25.00 

Lyman, Ronald T. . . 100.00 
Lyman, Miss Ruth (secured 

by a fair) . . . . 55. 00 
Lyman, Theodore . . . 1,000.00 

Lynsky, Mark V. . . . 1.00 

Lyons, A. A 1 .00 

Lyons, Daniel M 2.00 

Lyons, J. Edward . . . 1.00 

Lyons, Mrs. L. J. . . . 2.00 



54 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Lyons, Thaddeus J. 
Lyons, Mrs. T. J. . 

MacAlman, J. H. 
MacDonald, A. S., Com 

mission Company 
MacDougal, George 
MacDow, Mrs. Lucy 
MacEachern, Laura M. 
MacGuire, Patrick 
Maclver, Mrs. 
Maclvor, Delia 
Mac Kay, Mrs. J. . 
MacKillon, S. R. . 
MacLeod, John N. 
MacManus, Elmira G. . 
MacNeil, Walter J. 
MacVicar, Mr. and Mrs 

John Leslie . 
McArdle, Fred W. 
McArthur, Arthur, Company 
McAuliffe, Eugene V. . 
McAusland, Rachel M. 
McBride, Josephine C. . 
McCaffrey, Annie McElroy 
McCahan, Albert J., Jr. 
McCahey, W. C. . 
McCaig, John A. . 
McCall, James B. . 
McCall, Mrs. Samuel . 
McCarthy, Mr. and Mrs 

H. E. . . . • . 
McCarthy, J. L. . 
McCarthy, Rev. Thomas F 
McCarty, Mrs. 
McCarty, John A. 
McCay, John J. . 
McClellan, Mrs. . 
McClellan, Mrs. Helen . 
McCormack, C. F. 
McCormack, Daniel F. 
McCormick, Harry B. . 
McCormick, Martha S. 
McCrohan & Co. . 
McCue, Dora A. 
McCue, Mr. & Mrs. Edward 
McCurdy, M. R. . 
McCusker, Mrs. Margery F 
McDermott, F. S. . 
McDermott, Katharine K. 
McDermott, Mary A. . 
McDonald, A. Josephine 



$i .00 
1 .00 

10.00 



25 


.00 


I 


.00 




•50 


I 


.00 


I 


.00 




■50 


I 


■50 


5 


.00 


1 


.00 


20 


.00 




•25 


1 


.00 


25 


.00 


5 


.00 


25 


.00 


25 


.00 


I 


.00 


I 


.00 


10 


.00 


2 


00 


5 


00 


3 


00 


1 


00 


5 


00 


1 


00 


1 


00 


10 


00 




25 


1 


00 


1 


00 


1 


00 


1 


00 


2 


13 


10 


00 


1 


00 


3 


00 


10 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


15- 


00 • 


1 . 


00 


1 . 


00 


1 . 


00 


1 . 


00 


1 . 


00 



McDonald, George J. 
McDonald, Mrs. Mary 
McDonald, Mrs. Mary 
McDonald, Thomas A. 
McDonald, William J. . 
McDougal, Mrs. Elizabeth 
McDougal, M. E. . 
McDougall, Donald 
McFadden, George H., & 

Bros 

McFadden, Sands & Co. 
McFarland, D. T. . 
McGann, John M. 
McGann, T. J., & Sons Co. 
McGinley, Mr. and Mrs 

George M. . 
McGoldrick, H. E., & Sons 
McGowan, Ethel M. 
McGowan, Mrs. T. 
McGuire, James 
Mcintosh, J. L. 
Mclntyre, D. . 
Mclsaac, Daniel V. 
McKay, W. A. 
McKee, Mrs. William L. 
McKenna, Miss Sadie M 
McKenzie, Helen B. 
McKeon, Jennie A. 
McKey, John . 
McLaughlin, A. W., Jr 
McLaughlin, Frank R. 
McLaughlin, Dr. J. H. 
McLean, Austin W. 
McLean, D. M. 
McLellan, D. H. . 
McLeod, Keith 
McLeod, W. H. . 
McMahon, T. F. . 
McMenimen, Charles J 
McMenimen, William H 
McMillan, Mrs. 
McMullin, Albert P. 
McNamara, Harry J. 
McNamara, Rosella 
McNamara, T. F. . 
McNamara, Thomas 
McNeil, D. J. 
McNeil, Mrs. Frances A 
McNeil, William . 
McShea, A. E. 
Macalaster, Bicknell Co 
Macauley, M. G. . 



$1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

25.00 
25.00 
10.50 
10.00 
5.00 

2.00 

5.00 

10.00 

•5o 
1 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 

10.00 
1 .00 

25.00 

10.00 
1 .00 
1. 00 

10.00 
2.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

10.00 
1 .00 
2.00 

25.00 

10.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

10.00 
1 .00 
•25 
•50 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

10.00 
2.00 



55 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Machine Composition Co 

Mack, Mrs. . 

Mack, C. E. . 

Maclary, Mrs. J. L. 

Macomber, Frank Gair 

Macomber, F. M. . 

Macomber, H. S., & Co., Inc 

Macomber, John R. 

Macullar, Parker Company 

Madden, M. L. 

Magazu, Peter 

Maguire, Mrs. John 

Maguire, J. W. 

Mahan, Mary Agnes 

Maher, John J. 

Maher, W. F. . . 

Mahoney, G. M. . 

Mahoney, Leo F. . 

Mahoney, M. J. . 

Mahoney, T. J., & Sons 

Maiden Aunt . 

Main, Charles R. . 

Main, Charles T. . 

Malcolm, R. D. . 

Malfancone, Tony . 

Malley, John F. . 

Malley, P. F. . 

Malone, Charles A. 

Maloney, David J. — In be 
half of Mrs. Rebecca C 
Maloney, Graduate Nurse 
of Children's Hospita 

Maloney, Thomas F. 

Maloney, Winifred L. 

Mancovitz, David . 

Mandell, Mrs. George S 

Mangan, Thomas 

Mann, Mrs. . 

Mann, Gertrude W 

Mann, R. A. . 

Mann, William A. 

Mann, William H. 

Mannell, Mrs. E. S 

Manning, Mrs. J. 

Manning, John 

Manning, M. E. 

Manning, M. J. 

Manning, T. F. 

Mannix, F. H. 

Mannly, W. B. 

Mansfield, Frederick W 

Mansfield Printing Company 



$30.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
3.00 

25.00 
5.00 

25.00 
100.00 

50.00 

100.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

10.00 
2.00 
2.00 
5.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
100.00 
5.00 

25.00 
1 .00 
5.00 

25.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 



5.00 
2.00 
1 .00 

10.00 

25.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

25.00 
1 .00 
2.00 

25.00 

•50 

•50 

1 .00 

2.00 

1 .00 

5.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

150.00 

5.00 



Mansmann, Robert E. (aged 
ten) 

Mansmann, Junior (aged six) 

Manson, James 

Manzo, Baldo M. . 

Marblehead C. H. Club 

Marblehead Neck C. H. Club 

Marcus, B. W. 

Marcus, D. . . . 

Marcus, Maurice L. 

Marden, Mrs. C. F. 

Margesson, Miss 

Margolic, Mrs. E. I. 

Marion, Grace Field 

Market Paper Box Company 

Marks, F. P. . 

Marks, P. S. . 

Markus, Limgard . 

Marquis, John 

Marrett, A. P. 

Marsh, Arthur B. . 

Marsh, Ward A., trustee 

Marshall, C. B. . 

Marshall, J. N. 

Marshall, M. . 

Marshall, W. B. . 

Officer .... 

Marston, Carl E. . 

Marston, R., Company . 

Martin, Mrs. A. G. 

Martin, G. H. . 

Martin, G. J. . 

Martin, H. B. . 

Martin, Mrs. W. . 

Martin, Mrs. W. J. 

Marvin, T. R., & Son . 

Maschio, V. . 

Mason, Charles E. 

Mason, Mrs. Charles E. 

Mason, Miss Ellen F. . 

Mason, Harold F. . 

Mason, Miss Ida M. . 

Mason, Mrs. S. R. 

Massachusetts Maine Daugh- 
ters (Memorial Bed) . 

Massachusetts Mutual Life 
Insurance Company . 

Massachusetts State Federa- 
tion of Labor 

Massachusetts State Federa- 
tion of Women's Clubs 

Massey, A. L. . . . 



$1.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
270 . 60 
329.40 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
5.00 
15.00 
5.00 
1 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 



00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

10.00 

1 .00 

10.00 

•50 

2.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

•50 

14.58 

5.00 

25.00 

500 . oc 

100.00 

25.00 

100.00 

50.00 

1,000. oc 

25.00 

5.00 

870.47 

1 .00 



56] 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Masters, F. W. 


$ I . oo 


Masters, John F. . 


5.00 


Mather, E. H. . 


20 . 00 


Mathews, Julius 


25.00 


Mathews, Mrs. Julius 


25.00 


Mathews, Julius, sf 


)ecial 


agency, employees 


6.61 


Mattero, Jessie 


5.00 


Matthews, C. J. . 


2.00 


Matthews, H. N. . 


. 50.00 


Mattson, W. Frank 


10.00 


Maxcey, Mrs. G. P. 


1 .00 


Maxwell, E. E. 


3.00 


Maxwell, John W. 


2.00 


May, Marcus B. . 


15.00 


Maynard, R. W. . 


. 100.00 


Maynard Woman's Clu 


3 . 5.OO 


Mazzur, F. A., & Co. 


5.00 


Arlington, Mass. 


25.OO 


Mead, A., & 0. W., & C 


0. . 25.00 


Mead, Mrs. Frederick S 


. IOO.OO 


Mead, Mrs. J. Herbert 


3.OO 


Meade, John Paulding, 


Co. . 25 .00 


Meader, J. E. . 


2.00 


Anonymous 


25.00 


Meadows, W. J. 


100.00 


Medalia, Eugenia . 


1 .00 


Medford Midgets . 


2 1 . 00 


Mednitsky, Sarah . 


1 .00 


Medway Woman's Club 


5.00 


Meech, Captain J. A. 


2.00 


Meeken, Mrs. H. L. 


1 .00 


Megrew, George 


25.00 


Mehaffey, W. A. . 


. 100.00 


Meio, Casino . 


1 .00 


Melanson, B. W. . 


1 .00 


Melcher, George 


1 .00 


Meleney, S. P. 


•25 


Melley, William P. 


1 .00 


Mellins Food Company 


100.00 


Mellon, Mrs. George H. 


1 .00 


Melly, Mr. 


1 .00 


Menard, Mrs. Ralph F. 


1 .00 


Mentzer, A. F., Compa 


ny . 5 . 00 


Menzel, Mrs. R. E. 


2.00 


Mercurio, G. A., & Co. 


10.00 


Merriam, Mrs. Frank 


10.00 


Merrill, Mrs. C. H. S. 


10.00 


Anonymous 


. 50.00 


Merrill, Frank H. . 


5.00 


Merrill, Mrs. John 


5.00 


Metcalf, Leonard . 


10.00 



Metcalf, T. O., Company 

and employees 
Metzler, Curtis G. 
Meyer, A. I. . 
Meyer, Mrs. G. V. L. . 
Meyers, Dr. H. B. 
Meyers, J. 
Michaelson Brothers 
Michelsen, Captain C. . 
Michelson, Mrs. J. Leonard 
Middleton, N. A. . 
Mignone, E. . 
Miles, Norma E. . 
Miley, Frank D. . 
Millard, E. B. . 

Miller, Allen F. 
Miller, Mrs. Everett G. 
Miller, F. S. . 
Miller, K. C. . 
Miller, M. A. . 
Miller Rubber Company of 

N. E., employees 
Miller, Ruth . 
Milligan, Thomas . 
Mills, A. E., & Son 
Mills, Charles E. . 
Mills, Charles F. . 
Mills, Clara L. 
Milton, miscellaneous small 

subscription 
Milton Preparatory School 

children of . 
Minahan, Ella 
Minot, Anna M. . 
Minot, Harriot N. 
Minot, James J., Jr. 
Minton, W. J. . 

Mintz, H. A. . 
Mintz, Norman 
Mintz, Selma (age twelve) 
Miscellaneous 
Miskelly, Fred C. . 
Mitchell, Arthur Y. 
Mitchell, Esther S. 
Mitchell, James A. 
Mitchell, James W. 
Mitchell, Johnson . 
Mitchell, L. . 
Mitchell, L. E. 
Mitchell, Nellie B., treasurer 
Mitchell, Woodbury Co. 
Mituisk, Anna 



$26.00 
2.00 
5.00 

200 . 00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
2.00 
5.00 
20.00 
2.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
5.00 

•50 
1 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 
5.00 

6.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

50.00 

1 .00 

10.00 

10.00 

26.74 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
1 .00 
5.00 
5.00 
2. 10 
3.00 
1 .00 
5.00 

25.00 
1 .00 

30.00 

25.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
5.00 

10.00 
2.00 



57 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Mixter, Mrs. Samuel 


$1 .00 


M. N. C. Club 


25.00 


Moffatt, F. J. . 


1 .00 


Moffett, D. W. 


5.00 


Moir, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. 


5.00 


Moller, Mrs. Kenneth . 


20.00 


Molloy, William E. 


1 .00 


Monarch Clothing Company 


5.00 


Monks, Mrs. George H. 


200 . 00 


Monks, Mrs. George H. 


10.00 


Monks, Olga, Margaretta 




Duane and Mary Cassidy 6.32 


Monroe, Charles E. 


10.00 


Monroe, Ernest P. 


1 .00 


Montanari, Helen D. 


5.00 


Montgomery, Andrew J. 


5.00 


Montgomery, W. L., & Co. 


5.00 


Moody, Mrs. L. A. 


100.00 


Moore, Mr. and Mrs 




Arthur W. . 


50.00 


Moore, Mrs. E. J. . 


1 .00 


Moore, Mrs. George D. 


5.00 


Moore, J. E. . . 


5.00 


Moore, James F. . 


1 .00 


Moore, Jeanette B. 


2.00 


Moore, Pearl E. 


1 .00 


Moore-Smith Company 


10.00 


Moore, Thomas J. . 


25.00 


Moorhead, W. J. . 


1 .00 


Moors, Mrs. B. F. . 


1 .00 


Moors, Irene J. 


1 .00 


Moran, T. F. . 


5.00 


Morandi-Proctor Company 


10.00 


Mordecai, D. . 


1 .00 


Moreland, Edward L. . 


25.00 


Morgan, William M. . 


5.00 


Morgensen, W. 


5.00 


Morgensen, Capt. W. . 


2.00 


Morissett, J. A. 


5.00 


Morrill, Miss A. N. 


1 .00 


Morrill, George H., Co. 


5.00 


Morris, Charles H. 


5.00 


Morris, Fred A. 


10.00 


Morrison, Evelyn G. 


5.00 


Morrison, Henry I. 


5.00 


Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. H 




S. — In loving memory 


E 


our little one 


1 .00 


Morrison, James 


1 .00 


Morrison, J. W. 


10.00 


Morrison, Mrs. J. W. . 


10.00 


Mors, Joel J. . 


2.00 



Morse, Alan R. 

Morse, Arthur H. . 

Morse, Mrs. Cabot Jackson 

Morse, Helene D. . 

Morse, H. F. . 

Morse, Herbert R. 

Morse, J. Torrey . 

Morse, Dr. John Lovett 

Morse, Miss Leonice S. 

Morse, Moses M. . 

Morse, Mrs. Rebecca 

Morse, Mr. and Mrs 
Robert G. . 

Morss, Everett 

Morss, Henry A. 

Mortenson, T. P. 

Morton, Miss C. T 

Morton, Lincoln E 

Morton, Marcus, Jr 

Moseley, Mr. and Mrs. F. S 

Moseley, William G. 

Mosely, Frank 

Moseman, George H 

Moses, Mrs. George 

Moses, Nathalie C. 

Moses, S. Preston . 

Mothers Club, Church of the 
Redeemer, Chestnut Hill . 

Mothers Club (Trinity Neigh- 
borhood House and Day 
Nursery) 

Motley, Mrs. Edward 

Motley, Mrs. E. P. 

Motley, Mrs. E. P. 

Motley, Warren 

Mott, J. E. . 

Mottlor, Anthony L. 

Moulton, George . 

Moulton, H. N. 

Moulton, Mrs. R. E. 

Mowatt, Frederick W 

Mower, A. G. 

Mower, A. G. 

Moynahan, A. T. 

Mudgett, H. L. 

Muiley, Janus M 

Mulkeam, L. B. 

Mullan, Robert 

Mullen, Charles 

Mullen, Mrs. William 

Muller, William A. 

Mullin, Francis R. 



$3 00 

5.00 

25.00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

100.00 

100.00 

2.00 

10.00 

10.00 

500.00 

100.00 

100.00 

2.00 

1 .00 

5.00 

2.00 

200 . 00 

25.00 

10.00 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

25.00 

50.00 



5.00 

25.00 

100.00 

10.00 

10.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 



.00 
.00 

00 
00 
00 
00 
.00 
.00 
,00 

.00 

■ 50 
25.00 

1. 00 



[58] 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Mullin, James A. . 




#i .00 


Nay, Frank N. . . . 


$10.00 


Mullins, Trowbridge & Co. 


5.00 


Neaves, Mrs 


•35 


Mulvihill, Jere J., Jr. . 


1 .00 


Neelon, T. F 


3.00 


Mulvihill, Katherine L. 


1 .00 


Neighborhood Club, The 


25.00 


Mulvihill, W. A. . . 


1 .00 


Neil, Helen S. . . . 


10.00 


Munday, E. . 


25.00 


Neill, E. Y., & Co. . 


25.00 


Munday, Mrs. E. . 


10.00 


Nelson, A. I 


1 .00 


Munro, E. T. . 


2.00 


Nelson, James E., & Co. 


10.00 


Munro, Hugh 


10.00 


Nelson, Miss Vesta 


1 .00 


Munro, Mrs. John C. . 


2.00 


Nelson, William 


10.00 


Munro-Sexton Company 


10.00 


Nemser, L 


1 .00 


Munroe, James P. . 


5.00 


Nephuth, Miss P. . 


1 .00 


Murdock, W. V. . 


5.00 


Nesson, Israel 


300.00 


Murfitt, Samuel C. 


250.00 


Neugroschl, Clara L. 


3.00 


Murphy, A. A. 


2.00 


Newcomb, Adelaide W. 


1 .00 


Murphy, Elizabeth 


1. 00 


Newcombe, Mrs. 0. L. 


1 .00 


Murphy, F. D. 


1 .00 


New Century Club, Need- 




Murphy, Fred J. . 


10.00 


ham 


5.00 


Murphy, Hubert A. (for seli 




New England Coal and Coke 




and four children, $i each] 


5.00 


Company, employees 


7I-SO 


Murphy, James H. 


1. 00 


New England Confectionery 




Murphy, James S. . 




10.00 


Company .... 


100.00 


Murphy, John J. . 




1. 00 


New England Electrotype 




Murphy, Marguerite K. 




1. 00 


Company, employees • . 


25.00 


Murphy, Nellie A. 




1. 00 


New England Hardware and 




Murphy, Yulie F. . 




1. 00 


Paint Company . 


5.00 


Murr, Mrs. Lewis . 




2.00 


New England Iron League . 


110.00 


Murray, Mrs. B. . 




1 .00 


New England Telephone 




Murray, John J. 




1 .00 


Company (Arlington Ex- 




Murray, Joseph 




1 .00 


change) .... 


4.07 


Murray, Mrs. S. . 




•So 


New England Telephone and 




Murray's, Inc. 




10.00 


Telegraph Company, em- 




Murrey, Mrs. Morris 




50.00 


ployees .... 


8.33 


Myers, Mrs. Harry 




3.00 


New England Vinegar Works 


2.00 


Myers, S. A., and H. 




5.00 


Newman, Edgar S. 


5.00 


Myles Standish C. H. Club 


110.00 


New North Lend-a-Hand, 








Hingham .... 


25.00 


Nagle, Margaret 


1. 00 


New North Lend-a-Hand, 




Nahant Boys and Girls Club 


> 


The 


25.00 


(Junior) 


1,101.58 


Newton, Frank B. . 


5.00 


Nahant Senior Girls C. H 




Newton, H. B. 


10.00 


Club .... 


284 . 00 


NewtOn, John 


1 .00 


Nargles, John 




1 .00 


Newton, Mary B. . 


5.00 


Nash, Mrs. Chauncy 




10.00 


New York Clothing Co. 


10.00 


Nash, Nathaniel C, Jr 




1 .00 


Niccolls, Francis A. 


1 .00 


A Friend . 




5.00 


Nichol, Mrs. F. H. . . 


2.00 


Nastasi, J. 




1. 00 


Nichols, Bertha A. 


5.00 


Nathan, John 




10.00 


Nichols, Charles J. 


100.00 


Nathan, Mrs. L. B. 




10.00 


Nichols, H. J. ... 


250.00 


Natick Women's Club 




10.00 


Nichols, John H. . 


50.00 


National Efficiency Service 




Nickerson, Mrs. 


1 .00 


Bureau 




1. 00 


Nickerson, Mrs. Alice M. . 


15.00 



59 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Nickerson, Mrs. Augusta 

Nickerson, Mrs. E. E. . 

Nickerson, R. 

Nickerson, Mrs. William G 

Nicol, Miss M. E. . 

Nieland, Henry G. 

Nightingale, John T. 

Nisson, S. 

Nogler, L. . . . 

Nolan, James E. 

Noll, G. W. . 

Non-skid — In memoriam of 

Robert E. Vose . 
Norian, H. K. . 

Norman, Mrs. Guy 
Norris, Z. A. . 
North Haven C. H. Clubs 
Northrup, Mrs. 
Norton, A. E. 
Norton, Mr. and Mrs. E 

Russell 
Norton's, Jacob, Sons Co. 
Norumbega Women's Club 

of Charlestown . 
Not-a-Miss Club . 
Notman, Margaret 
Nottage, Winthrop I. 
Nourse, Miss A. E. 
Noyes & Bimber . 
Noyes, Grace . 
Noyes, Harold W. . 
Noyes, W. W., and C. R 
Nunn, C. P., & Co. 
Nutter, Joe S. 

Oddy, J. G., & Co. 

Oelrichs & Co. 

Ogden, Warren G. . 

Okien, Annette 

Old Colony Chapter, D. A. R 

Old Colony Trust Company. 

employees . 
Old Powder House Club 
Olive, George M. . 
Ollerhead, Margaret 
Olney, Richard 
Olsen, Olaf . 
Olson, Emanuel 
Oppenheim, Mrs. Isaac 
Ordway, William P. 
Oriental Tea Company 
Orth, Harold . 



$20.00 Osgood, Charles E. 

2.00 Osgood, Elizabeth M 

1 . 00 Osgood, Fred G. 

50.00 Osgood, J. H., Company 

. 50 Ostroff, Morris 

5.00 Otis, A. W. 

25 .00 Ottley, Mrs. George B 

5 . 00 Outlet, The 

1. 00 Outlook Club, Easton 

1 .00 Overton, Francis J. 

1 . 00 Oxford Print . 
O'Brien, C. L. 

100.00 Anonymous 

5.00 O'Brien, James T. . 

200.00 O'Brien, Joseph M. 

5.00 O'Brien, Sophie 

,426.66 O'Brien, Thomas M. 

.50 O'Brion, Miss Agnes 

10.00 O'Brion, Russell & Co. 

O'Brion, Russell & Co., em 
50.00 ployees . 

10.00 O'Connell, Mrs. 

O'Connell-Ingalls Advertis 
25 .00 ing Agency . 

10.00 O'Connell, Joseph F 

1. 00 O'Connell, P. A. . 

15.00 O'Connell, Cardinal William 

50.00 O'Connor, Annie 

2.00 O'Connor, Charles S. 

1 .00 O'Connor, Francis P. 

5.00 O'Connor, Frederic W. 

25.00 O'Connor, John 

25.00 O'Connor, John A. 

.50 O'Connor, John J. 
O'Connor, William 

25 .00 O'Donnell, Frederick A 

100.00 O'Donnell, George F., Co 

2.00 O'Donoghue, Daniel E 

1 .00 O'Donoghue, Joseph E 

10.00 O'Gorman, Frank . 
O'Houghlin, John W. 

151.08 O'Kane, F. J. . 

5.00 O'Laughlin, P. 

1. 00 O'Malley, M. A. 

1. 00 O'Neil, Daniel M. 

10.00 O'Neil, Joseph H. 

10.00 O'Neill, J. 

1 .00 O'Shea, Edward F., Jr 

5.00 O'Shea, M. J. 
5.00 

10.00 Pabodie, Mrs. 

2.00 Packard, C. Morton 



$25 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 
25.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 
15.00 
2.00 

100.00 
20.00 
1 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

200 . 00 

32.60 
•25 

10.00 

5.00 

25.00 

100.00 

•So 
5.00 
25.00 
10.00 
100.00 
5.00 
5.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
10.00 
2.50 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
3.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
4.00 
1 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 

1 .00 
5.00 



60] 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Packer, Henry W. . 

Page, Houghton 

Paige, John C, & Co. . 

Paine Furniture Company 

Paine, John A. 

Paine, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Treat .... 

Paine, Robert Treat, 2d 

Paine, William A. . 

Palais, Maurice 

Paldo, Barney 

Palmer, Bradley W. 

Palmer, Joseph N. 

Palmer, L. H. 

Palmer, William I. 

Palumbo, Frank 

Papuleas & Anastos 

Parechan Brothers 

Paris Paper Box Company 
employees 

Paristyle Novelty Company 
Inc 

Park & Pollard Company 

Parker, Augustin H. (sub- 
scription received through 
Mr. Parker) 

Parker, C. M. 

Parker, Edwin P. . 

Parker, Frederic 

Parker, Mrs. Helen 

Parker, James A. . 

Parker, James P. . 

Parker, J. D. . 

Parker, John . 

Parker, Mrs. J. W. 

Parker, L. 

Parker, P. Hildreth 

Parker, S. D. . 

Parker, W. 

Parkman, F. . 

Parkman, Henry 

Parks, Mrs. William A 

Parks, W. S. . 

Parshley, F. A. 

Parson, K. B. G. . 

Parsons, Mrs. Charles 

Parsons, Maria A. 

Parsons, Sarah L. . 

Parsons, William B. 

Parsons, William D. 

Partelow, Helen 

Partridge, J. E. 



$1 .00 

1 .00 

200 . 00 

500.00 

5.00 

50.00 

250.00 

200 . 00 

3.00 

1 .00 

100.00 

5.00 

1 .00 

15.00 

2.00 

10.00 

1 .00 

3-55 

10.00 
25.00 



35 00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

25.00 

•50 

25.00 
5.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
2.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

15.00 
1 .00 

25.00 
150.00 

50.00 
5.00 
2.00 
2.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

10.00 
1 .00 

25.00 



Pastene, Charles A. . . $25.00 

Patch, A. Warren . . . 1.00 

Patch, Ralph R. . . . 5.00 

Patriquin, A. M. . . . I. co 

Patriquin, C. May . . 1.00 

Pattee, Alice R. . . . 25.00 

Patten, A. G 25 .00 

Patterson & Co. . . . 100.00 

Patterson, Mrs. A. R. . 10.00 

Patterson, Mrs. George A. . 1.00 

Pattison, Thomason & Sibley 10.00 

Patton, Helen C. . . . 1.00 

Peabody, Miss Amy . . 500.00 

Peabody, Rev. Endicott . 25.00 

Peabody, Francis . . . 200.00 

Peabody, Mrs. Francis . 200.00 
Peabody, George A. . 1,000.00 

Peabody, Harold . . . 25.00 

Peabody, Miss Martha . 20.00 

Peabody, Mrs. W. Rodman 10.00 

Pearlman, A. Saul . . . 1.00 

Pearson, J. B., Company . 25.00 

Peavy, Mrs. Leopold . . 10.00 

Peavy, Silas . . . . 15.00 

Peerless Associates, The . 2.00 

Peffers, Myron P. . . . 2.00 

Peirce, Alice Foster . . 10.00 

Peirce, Edward R. . . 100.00 

Peirce, Mrs. I. Newton . . 25 .00 

Peirce, Miss Margaret S. . 5. 00 

Peirce, Silas, & Co., Ltd. . 25.00 

Pelletier, Victor M. . . 10.00 

Pelonsky, Mrs. N. A. . . 5.00 

Pelonsky, Mrs. N. A. . . 1.00 

Pelonsky, Selmar . . . 1.00 

Penaligan, J. N. . . . 1.00 

Penn, The Florist . . . 10.00 

Penney, L. W. . . . 5.00 

Penny, Jessie D. . . . 1.00 

Perkins, Charles A. . . 10.00 

Perkins, Mrs. Charles E. . 100.00 

Perkins, Claude . . . 2.00 

Perkins, Edith B. . . . 1.00 

Perkins, Elsie H. . . . 25.00 

A Friend 15.00 

Perkins, Mrs. George H. . 10.00 

Perkins, John F. . . . 1.00 

Perkins, Mrs. M. . . . 1.00 

Perkins, Alary C. . . . 25.00 

Perkins, R. Forbes, Jr. . . 25.00 

Perkins, Thomas N. . . 50.00 

Perrin, Stephen P. . . 2.00 



61] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Perry, A. S, and J. W. F 


roth 




Pickman, Dudley L., Jr. 


. $150.00 


ingham 


• #5-°o 


Pickman, Edward M. . 


. 100.00 


Perry, Edward K. . 


10.00 


Piehler, Otto J. 


5.00 


Perry, H. C. . 


2.00 


Pierce, Andrew 


5.00 


Perry, L. F. . 


I .00 


Pierce, Mrs. Charles W. 


5.00 


Perry, Mrs. Olive A. 


5.00 


Pierce, Mrs. E. 


1 .00 


Pescosolideo, F. B. 


1. 00 


Pierce, Edward W. 


25.00 


Peter Faneuil Chapter 




Pierce, Mrs. Lincoln 


2.00 


D. A. R. (Brighton) . 


15.00 


Pierce, L. H. . 


10.00 


Peters, Hon. Andrew J. 


25 . 00 


Pierce, M. V. . 


10.00 


Peters, C. J., & Son Co. 


35 00 


Pierce, Mrs. Roger 


5.00 


Peters, Donald Hammond 


1 .00 


Pierce, Vassar 


25 . 00 


Peters, Edward M. 


5.00 


Pierce, Mrs. Wallace L. 


20 . 00 


Peters, L. H. . 


10.00 


Pierce, Walworth . 


100.00 


Peters, Mrs. R. Dudley 


3.00 


Pierce, Mrs. W. H. 


1 .00 


Peters, William Y. 


25.00 


Pigeon, R. 


25.00 


Peterson, Mrs. 


•50 


Pike, Hazel 


1 .00 


Peterson, Mrs. Joseph . 


■25 


Pike, Lewis F. 


5.00 


Peterson, J. G. 


1 .00 


Pike, W. M. . 


1 .00 


Peterson, Mr. & Mrs. 0. M. 


1 .00 


Pill, Hyman . 


1 .00 


Peterson, Peter 


1 .00 


Pillsbury, Albert E. 


10.00 


Pettingell-Andrews Com- 




Pillsbury, Samuel H. 


10.00 


pany, employees 


211.85 


Pinanski, Nathan . 


15.00 


Pevey, G. A. A. 


1 .00 


Pine Tree Brook Neighbor- 




Pew, Mrs. C. H. . •. 


2.00 


hood .... 


7. 10 


Pflug, Fred A. 


1 .00 


Pingree, Mrs. W. H. 


25.00 


Phelan, Miss Caroline I. 


10.00 


Pinkham Press 


110.00 


Phelan, Charles A. 


25.00 


Pinkham Press, employees 


17.00 


Phelan, George E. . 


20.00 


Piper, Mrs. Rose . 


1 .00 


Phelan, Mr. & Mrs. James J 


500.00 


Pitcher, Mrs. J. C. 


1 .00 


Phelan, James J., Jr. 


15.00 


Place, Richard L. . 


1 .00 


Phelan, Joseph. P. . 


25.00 


Piatt, Miss Martha A. . 


5.00 


Phelan, Miss Katharine 


10.00 


Playstead 


35-oo 


Phelan, Rachel R. . 


1 .00 


Plimpton & Plimpton . 


50.00 


Phelps, James T., & Co. 


25.00 


Plumber, Mrs. M. J. . 


30.00 


Philanthropic Fund, Noem 




Plummer, H. N. . 


1 .00 


No. u,U.O.T. S. . 


25.00 


Plummer, Marion S. 


5.00 


Philbrick, F. W. . 




1. 00 


Plummer, Wallace V. . 


5.00 


Phillip, G. W. 




1 .00 


Poley,J 


1 .00 


Phillips, Mrs. . 




1 .00 


Polton, Mrs. John . 


•25 


Phillips, Frank W. 




10.00 


Poole, Mrs. J. R. . 


2.00 


Phillips, Mrs. Isidor 




2.00 


Poole Printing Company, 




Phillips, Mrs. William 




100.00 


employees . . . . 


8.65 


Phinney, H. A. 




50.00 


Poor, Clarence H., Jr. . 


1 .00 


Phinney, Mrs. H. A. 




75.00 


Poor, James Ridgway . 


10.00 


Phinney, J. W. 




25.00 


Poorvu, Mrs. H. . 


5.00 


Phipps, Mrs. G. T. 




1 .00 


Popp, Miss S. . 


1 .00 


Phipps, Horace A. 




5.00 


Porcelain, Albert . 


5.00 


Piccolo, A. G. 




1 .00 


Porter, C. H 


5.00 


Pickert, Mrs. Lehman 




5.00 


Porter, Mrs. G. M. Whidden 


5.00 


Pickman, Mr. and Mrs. 




Porter, Mrs. Harry 


5.00 


Dudley L. . 




1,000.00 


Post, A. M 


10.00 



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DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Potenza, Louis 

Potter, M. A. . 

Powder Point C. H. Clu 

Powell, H. I. . 

Powell, J. M. . 

Powell, John . 

Powell, William 

Power, F. J., Jr. . 

Powers, Charles B. 

Powers, Mrs. George H 

Powers, Mrs. Harry 

Pratt, CD.. 

Pratt, Daniel S., & Co. 

Pratt, Edith . 

Pratt, F. B. . 

Pratt, Mrs. William 

Pratt, W. S. . 

Preble, Mrs. J. Russell 

Prendergast, Miss Julia C. 

Anonymous 

Prest, Miss Alice E. 

Preston, Elwyn G. 

Preston, Fred 

Preston, William D. 

Price, Mrs. H. 

Price, Hyman 

Price, Minnie B. 

Anonymous 

Pridee, Mrs. Alice . 

Priest, A. W. . 

Priest, M. Chatean 

Prince, F. H. . 

Prince, Mrs. Lucinda W. 

Prince Macaroni Manufac 

turing Company 
Prior, Lerman C. 
Prior & Townsend, Inc. 
A Friend .... 
Proctor, Mr. and Mrs 

Joseph O., Jr. . 
Proctor, J. W. 
Prout, Mr. & Mrs. H. B. 
Prout, William C. . 
Prouty, Mr. & Mrs. Lewis I 
Puffer Brothers 
Puffer, R. P. . 
Pulsifer, Savage Company 
Purdon, James 
Purdy, Lottie B.- . 
Purdy, O. N., Jr. . 
Purdy, William 
Purslow, Airs. Doris Gerald 



#i .00 
50.00 

200 . 00 

■ 2.00 

■50 

2.00 

•25 
1 .00 
1 .00 
100.00 
5.00 
1 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
5.00 

■50 
1 .00 

25.00 

10.00 

5.00 

100.00 

5.00 

20.00 
3.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

50.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
100.00 
5.00 

10.00 

75.00 

50.00 

2.50 

25.00 
10.00 
25.00 
10.00 
35 00 

5.00 
25.00 

5.00 
25.00 

1 .00 
100.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 



Putnam, Elizabeth 
Putnam, F. Delano 
Putnam, Mrs. J. J. 
Putnam, Marguerite S. 
Putney, Henry M. 
Pyne, Helen F. 

Queen Quality Boot Shop 



Qu 
Qu 
Qu 
Qu 
Qu 
Qu 
Qu 
Qu 



nby, W. S., Company 
nlan, Daniel 
nlan, Elizabeth 
nlan, William F. 
nn, Hon. Edward W. 
nn, J. M. . . . 
rk, Thomas J. . 
rk, William A. . 



Rabinowitz, Mr. and Mrs 

Isidore .... 
Rablin, Mrs. M. Frances 
Race, Arthur L. 
Rackemann, C. S. . 
Rackemann, Felix . 
Rackemann, Mrs. Felix 
Radcliffe, H. T. . 
Radio Brothers 
Rafeld, Herman 
Rafeld, Mrs. Herman 
Rafsky, Mrs. Sarah 
Ramsdell, M. F. F. 
Ramsdell, S. E. 
Ramsdell, William E. 
Anonymous 
Randall, Mrs. Claribel 
Randazza, Mrs. 
Rank, A. R. . 
Rankin, Burt W. . 
Rantoul, Mrs. Neal 
Raphael, B. F. 
Rapids Furniture Company 

Inc., The 
Ratshesky, Mr. & Mrs. A. C 
Ratshesky, A. C, Charity 

Foundation 
Ratshesky, Harry F. 
Rattigan, John P. . 
Ray, John Warren 
Raymond, A. C. 
Raymond Concrete Pile Co 
Raymond, Mr. and Mrs 

Robert L. . 
Raymond Syndicate 



$5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

25.00 

100.00 

3.00 

1 .00 

5.00 

10.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 



5.00 

5.00 

25.00 

5.00 

25.00 

10.00 

•25 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

25.00 

1 .00 

•50 

1 .00 

10.00 

1,000.00 

100.00 

50.00 
100.00 

500 . 00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

10.00 
20.00 

5.00 

15.00 
100.00 



63 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Reade, A. B. . 


$5.00 


Richardson, Charles F. 


$5 .00 


Reardon, Edmund 


10.00 


Richardson, Charles 0. 


50.00 


Reardon, Edward T. 


1 .00 


Richardson, Elsie G. 


5.00 


Reardon, Helen C. 


1 .00 


Richardson, Mrs. F. L. W. 


25.00 


Reardon, William H., Jr. 


10.00 


Richardson, Helen M. . 


10.00 


Redcross, Mary 


1 .00 


Richardson, 0. W. 


5.00 


Redding, Elizabeth 


1 .00 


Richardson, W. A. 


25.00 


Reddish, Arthur 


2.00 


Richardson, W. K. 


50.00 


Reed, Dr., Cushion Shoe 




A Friend .... 


200 . 00 


Company 


10.00 


Richman, Samuel . 


1 .00 


Reed, B. T. . 


5.00 


Richmond, Mrs. C. R. . 


10.00 


Reed, Byron W. 


1 .00 


Richmond Fruit Company 


1 .00 


Reed, Everett 


10.00 


Richmond, George 


1 .00 


Reed, Montgomery 


5.00 


Richmond, J. B. . 


50.00 


Reed, Mrs. Thornton E. 


5.00 


Richmond, Mrs. S. 


5.00 


Reed, William H. . 


1 .00 


Ricker, Leon L. 


1 .00 


Reed, William T. . 


5.00 


Ricketson, Mrs. James H. 


10.00 


Reeves, Frances B. 


1 .00 


Ridley, Horace S. . 


10.00 


Regan, Anna . 


2.00 


Riley, Charles E. . 


100.00 


Reid, David . 


1 .00 


Riley, F. D., & Co. 


5.00 


Reid, D. H. . 


5.00 


Riley, John J. 


2.00 


Reilly, Alice V. 


•50 


Rimbach, George H. 


2.00 


Reilly, Mary E. . 


1 .00 


Rindge, Wellington 


15.00 


Reinhardt, Dorothy P. 


1 .00 


Rintels, Mrs. Etta B. . 


2.00 


Reinhardt, F. E. . 


1 .00 


Riordan, John J. . 


2.00 


Reinhartt, Miss 


•50 


Ripley, Alfred L. . 


100.00 


Reinstein, Samuel . 


5.00 


Ripley, L. G. . 


2.00 


Remick, Frank W. 


100.00 


Ripley, Walter J., Jr. . 


1 .00 


Renenray, James C. 


1 .00 


Rising, J. K. . 


5.00 


Resnick, Edith 


1 .00 


Ritner, Mrs. C. R. 


1 .00 


Revere Woman 


2.00 


Rives, Dr. William C. . 


25.00 


Reynolds, Mrs. E. 


•25 


Roach, Patrick 


1 .00 


Reynolds, George W., Inc. 


15.00 


Robb, Russell 


100.00 


Reynolds, Mrs. John 


2.00 


A Friend .... 


2.00 


Reynolds, John J. . 


2.00 


Robbins, Edna (aged twelve' 


1 .00 


Reynolds, Philip M. 


100.00 


Robbins, Herbert (aged five) 


1 .00 


Reynolds, W. P. . 


10.00 


Robbins, Nathan, Company 


10.00 


Rhodes Brothers Company 


10.00 


Robbins, Phyllis (aged nine) 


1 .00 


Rhodes, Mrs. . 


17.00 


Roberg, Mrs. A. . 


2.00 


Rhodes, Mr. & Mrs. Fred F 


10.00 


Roberts, A. H. 


10.00 


Riccio, A. C. . 


1 .00 


Roberts, Charles B. 


2.00 


Rice, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. 


20.00 


Anonymous . 


25.00 


Rice, F. W. . 


5.00 


Roberts, Grace E. . 


5.00 


Rice, G. Preston 


50.00 


Roberts, J. W., & Co. . 


20.00 


Rice, Hutchins, Inc. 


25.00 


Roberts, Master Malcolm 




Rice, John C. . 


10.00 


Mackay . 


50.00 


Rice, Neil W. . 


50.00 


Roberts, Mrs. Rachel H. 


6.00 


Rice, Rose L 


10.00 


Roberts, V. P. . 


10.00 


Rice, R. S 


1 .00 


Roberts, Walter H. 


1 .00 


Rich, Mrs. William C. — 




Robertson, Alice I. 


1 .00 


For Little Sunbeam . 


15.00 


Robertson, E. A. . 


2.00 


Richards, Mrs. F. A. . 


•50 


Robertson, Mrs. E. A. . 


1 .00 



64 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Robertson, Hannal W. . 

Robertson, James . 

Robertson, Raepheo 

Robertson, Robert 

Robertson, Mrs. William 

Robeson, Mrs. Andrew- 
Robinson, Audrey . 

Robinson, E. H. . 

Robinson, Henry M., & Co. 

Robinson, Mrs. H. W. . 

Robinson, Miss Isabelle H. 

Robinson, J. D. 

Robinson, Leo 

Roche, Earle and assistants 

Rockwell, C. P. . 

Rockwell & Churchill Press 
The ... . 

Rockwell & Churchill Press 
The, employees . 

Rockwell, George A. 

Rockwood, Elizabeth P. 

Rodenhiser, Mrs. William L 

Rodman, Miss Emma . 

Roewer & Bearak . 

Rogers, Mrs. Alfred 

Rogers, Dudley P. 

Rogers, Henry M. . 

Rogers, Howard L. 

Rogers, James S. W. 

Rogers, Snow Company 

Rogerson, Charles E. 

Rogerson, Charles M. . 

Rollins, E. H., & Sons . 

Rollins, E. H., & Sons, em- 
ployees 

Rollins, Capt. H. B. . 

Rollins, Mrs. J. W. 

Rollins, Lillian 

Roope, Eddy Company 

Root, Arthur E. . 

Root, Jane W. 

Root, W. H. . 

Rose, Manuel I. 

Rosenbaum Brothers 

Rosenbaum, Hortense . 

Rosenbaum, Irving H. . 

Rosenbaum, Mrs. Louis 

Rosenberg, Herbert S. . 

Rosenberg, Nancy 

Rosenberg, Sadie S. 

Rosenberg, Samuel 

Rosenblatt, D. 



#1.00 Rosenfield, Mrs. Minnie 

i .00 Rosenfield, Mrs. R. 

1. 00 Rosenthal Brothers 

1. 00 Rosenthal, Mrs. Fannie 

2.00 Rosenthal, S. . 

10.00 Rosenthal, Mrs. S. S. 

100.00 Rosenthal, Samuel S. 

1. 00 Rosnosky, William 

50.00 Rosnosky, Mrs. William 

25.00 Ross, Mrs. C. A. . 

1 .00 Ross, Miss Emma . 

1 .00 Ross, Mrs. Helen T. 

5.00 Ross, Mrs. W. O. . 

3.00 Rossman, Mrs. Sylvia 

100.00 Rotch, Arthur G. . 

Rothberg, J. . 

50.00 Rothberg, Morris . 

Rothenberg, Mrs. L. S. 

27.25 Rothwell, Bernard J. 

1. 00 Rottenberg, Miss Alice 

5.00 Rousmaniere, Mary S. 

1. 00 Rowell, M. G. 

5.00 Anonymous 

10.00 Royce, Frederick P. 

5.00 Rubenstein, Philip 

100.00 Rubin, Mrs. Bessie J. 

5.00 Rubin & Cooper 

100.00 Rubin, Frances 

1 .00 Rubin, I. J. 

25.00 Rudy, Mrs. Max 

15.00 Rumsey, R. P. 

5 .00 Rush, Bartholomew P. 

500.00 Russell, Arthur L. . 
Russell, Mrs. C. T. 

71 .00 Russell, Francis T. 

1 .00 Russell, Mrs. Henry E 

20.00 Russell, J. P. . 

1 .00 Russell, Mrs. J. P. 

50.00 Russell, J. R. . 

1. co Russell, Richard S. 

1. 00 Russell, Mrs. Richard 

25.00 Russell, Thomas H. 

1. 00 Russell, Mrs. William A 

2.00 Russo, Anthony E. 

3 .00 Russo, S. 

25 .00 Russo, Thomas D. 

2.00 Rutecki, Mrs. 

1. 00 Rutnick, Rose 

10.00 Ruxton, Philip, Inc 

1. 00 Ryan, Charles B. . 

1 .00 Ryan, Denis M. 

5.00 Ryan, J. L. . 



B. 



$1 .00 

1 .00 

200 . 00 

25.00 
2.00 
1 .00 

10.00 
1 .00 
5.00 
1 .00 
2.00 
1 .00 

10.00 
5.00 

10.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

25.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 

10.00 

50.00 

10.00 
3.00 

10.00 

10.00 
3.00 
5.00 
5.00 
1 .00 
5.00 

25.00 
5.00 

15.00 
5.00 
5.00 

20.00 

500.00 

500.00 

5.00 

1 ,000 . 00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

3.00 

5.00 

1 .00 

10.00 
1 .00 



65 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Ryan, Joanna 


$i .00 


Ryan, Joseph T. 


1 .00 


Ryder & Brown Co. 


150.00 


Ryder, James E. 


5.00 


Safford, Mrs. N. M. . 


1 .00 


Sager Electrical Supply Co. 


10.00 


Sahader, F. J. 


1 .00 


Saitta, Walter H. . 


1 .00 


Sale of Miss Silsbee's cabinet 


500.00 


Salsman, Peter 


5.00 


Anonymous 


25.00 


Salter, H. A. . 


1 .00 


Salter, Mrs. T. R. . 


3.00 


Saltonstall, John L. 


150.00 


Saltonstall, Leverett 


25.00 


Saltonstall, Mrs. P. L. . 


20.00 


Saltonstall, Mrs. P. L., Jr. 


25.00 


Saltonstall, Mrs. Richard M 


100.00 


Saltonstall, Robert 


100.00 


Salzberg, Max 


1 .00 


Samoset C. H. Club 


117.80 


Sampson, Edward J. 


5.00 


Sampson, Thompson S. 


25.00 


Samson, Edward J. 


50.00 


Samuelian, Yeghia M. . 


1 .00 


Sanborn, Miss F. M. 


1 .00 


Sandersen, Howard E. . 


1 .00 


Sands, Taylor & Wood Co. 


25.00 


Sanger, Sabin P. 


100.00 


Sargent, Daniel 


25.00 


Sargent, Mrs. Francis W. 


100.00 


Anonymous 


5.00 


Sargent, Mrs. Lucius M. 


200 . 00 


Sargent, Mrs. M. A. 


1 .00 


Saunders, M. S. 


1 .00 


Savage, Henry W., Inc. 


25.00 


Sawtell, F. M. 


5.00 


Sawtelle & Pratt . 


5.00 


Sawyer & Day, Inc. 


25.00 


Sawyer, E. D., Lumber Co. 


10.00 


Sawyer, E. F. 


1 .00 


Sawyer, Frank D. . 


10.00 


Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs 




Henry B. 


25.00 


Sawyer, Maxwell . 


1 .00 


Scaife, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. 


10.00 


Scally, Michael J. . 


1 .00 


Scanlan, Rev. Michael J. 


10.00 


Scanlon, John J. 


1 .00 


Scannell, W. H. . 


1 .00 


Scaramella, Nicolas 


5.00 



Scarlett, Miss Mary 

Schaefer, Siegfried . 

Schaeffer, John W., Co 

Schaschke, H. W. . 

Scheehl, Walter 

Scheffreen, Mrs. C. J 

Scheinfeldt, Ida 

Schiff, Sadie E. 

Schirmer, Frank A. 

Schleigher, Mr. & Mrs. E. W 

Schochter, Mrs. Rose 

Scholtes, Mr. . 

Schwarzenberg, Mrs. E. M. 

Scloboria, F. M. 

Scofide, M. 

Scott & Stone 

Scott, Albert L. 

Scott, B. M. . 

Scott & Co. . 

Scott, Ernest D. 

Scott, Mrs. H. R 

Scott Linotyping Company 

Scott Linotyping Company 

employees . 
Scott, Warren W., Inc. 
S. D. H. . . 
Seaber, Louis . 
Seabury, P. A. 
Searles, Victor A. . 
Sears, Frank P. 
Sears, Mrs. H. F. . 
Sears, Herbert M. . 
A Friend . 

Sears, Mrs. Knyvet W 
Sears, Mr. Philip S. 
Sears, Priscilla, Inc. 
Sears, Richard 
Sears, Mrs. Richard D. 
Sears, Mrs. S. M. . 
Sears, William R. . 
Sears, Mrs. W. T. . 
Seaver-Howland Press 
Seaver, L. D. . 
Segal, A. . 
Segal, Annie . 
Segal, J. N. . . 
Segool, Mathew E. 
Seigmoin, William B. 
Service, C. L. . 
Seskin, Mrs. Sam . 
Sewell, Ralph S. 
Seymour, R. W. 



$5.00 
1 .00 

10.00 

10.00 
1 .00 
2.00 
3.00 
5.00 

25.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 

•50 

3.00 
10.00 

1 .00 
10.00 
25.00 

5.00 
10.00 

2.50 
10.00 

5.00 

1.85 

10.00 

1 .00 

2.00 

1 .00 

500.00 

25.00 

46.80 

100.00 

100.00 

100.00 

50.00 

10.00 

15.00 

250.00 

5.00 

10.00 

10.00 

6-75 

10.00 

5.00 

2.00 

10.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

2.00 

5.00 

2.00 

25.00 



[66] 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Shadman, William Garfield 
Shallow, Samuel J. 
Shane, Mrs. Ida 
Shane, M. M. 
Shapiro, A. 

Shapiro, Bockelman Co 
Shapiro, Mrs. J. S. . 
Shapiro, Mrs. W. . 
Shattuck, Henry L. 
Shattuck & Jones . 
Shattuck, Mrs. Robert K 
Shaughnessy, Teresa 
Shaw, E. A., & Co., Inc 
Shaw, Francis 
Shaw, Mrs. G. H. . 
Shaw, Helen . 
Shaw, Mrs. Henry S. 
Shaw, Mrs. Quincy A 
Shaw, Mrs. Quincy A., Jr. 
Shaw, Mrs. Sarah . 
Shaw, S. P., Jr. 
Shawmut, Joseph L. 
Shay, Mrs. D. H. . 
Shea Brothers 
Shea, D. J. . 
Shea, William H. . 
Shearer, C. H. 
Sheehan, Charles T. 
Sheehan, Marguerite J 
Sheerin, Miss M. E. 
Sheinwald, William 
Sheldon & Co. 
Sheldon, Mrs. H. E. 
Shelley, Robert C. 
Shelton, John P. 
Shenkel, William, & Son 
Shepard, Frank R. 
Shepard, Norwell Company 
Shepheard, Thomas A. 
Sherman, Mrs. A. P. 
Sherman, Mrs. S. . 
Shewell, Martha R. 
Shields, Mrs. . 
Shields, George H. 
Shields, Mrs. Henry C. 
Shillady, Mrs. 
Shoe & Leather Reporte 

Co 

Shoolman, Mrs. Mary R 
Shoolman, Max 
Shriberg, Max 
Shuman, Mrs. Julia 



$2 


.00 


IO 


.00 


I 


.00 


2 


.00 


I 


.00 


IO 


.00 


IO 


.00 


3 


.00 


IOO 


.00 


25 


.00 


5 


.00 




•25 


25 


.00 


25 


.00 


IOO 


00 


I 


00 


50 


00 


25 


00 


IOO 


00 


I 


00 


25 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


I 


00 


2 


00 


IO 


00 


I 


00 


I 


00 


I 


00 


I 


00 


5 


00 


25 


00 


5 


00 


5 


00 


1 


00 


20 


00 


25 


00 


250 


00 


1 


00 


5 


00 


2 


00 


5 


00 




15 


5 


00 


1 


00 


1 


00 


10 


00 


25 


00 


50 


00 


3 


00 


3 


00 



Shuman, Mrs. J. H. 
Shuman, M. . 
Shuman, R. . . . 
Shuman, Mrs. Sidney E. 
Shure, Jacob A. 
Shurtleff, Miss Gertrude H 
Shute, Katharine H. 
Siegal, M. 
Siegal, Morris 
Siegle, Max 
Siegle, William 
Siff, MaryL. . 
Silber, C. G. . 
Silberman, Mrs. H. 
Silbert, Mrs. Frances 
Silinsky, Barney 

Silk, S 

Sills-Chevrolet Company 

Silsbee, Mrs. George S. 

Silva, Frank de 

Silver Cigar Company 

Silverman, Dora M. 

Silverman, S. . 

Silvia, John 

Simblist, Jacob 

Simeone, S., Jr. 

Simmons, William 

Simmons, W. S. 

Simms, T. W. 

Simon, Herman 

Simon, Max . 

Simonds, Bertha 

Simonds Brothers Company 

Simonds, C. H., Company 

Simonds, Mrs. Henry . 

Simonds, N. G. 

Simons, Isaac E. 

Simons, M. 

Simpson, A. D., Company 

Simpson Brothers Corpora 

tion 
Simpson, J. H. 
Sinclair, Grace A. . 
Sindoni, Thomas D 
Singer, Mrs. L. 
Singer, P. 
Sinnott, Mr. and Mrs 

Edmund W. 
Sinshrimer, W. H. . 
Siskind, Henry 
Sisler, Miss Hilda C 
Sisson, Mrs. H. 



$5.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
10.00 
2.00 
1 .00 
2.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
2.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 



10.00 

25.00 

100.00 

5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

3.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

10.00 

2.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

5.00 

25.00 

10.00 

20.00 

5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

25.00 
1 .00 
I .oc 
1 .00 
2.00 
1 .00 

25.00 
5.00 

1 .00 
1 .00 
1 .00 



67 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Sisterhood Temple Ohabe 




Smith, Mrs. James 


$2.00 


Shalom 


#25 .00 


Smith, J. D. . 


5.00 


Sisters 


Who Visit the Sick 


5.00 


Smith, Dr. J. Mark 


5.00 


S. K.- 


— In memory of S. N. 


5.00 


Smith, Lyman G. . 


5.00 


Skeetop, F. E. 


10.00 


Smith, Melzar D. . 


5.00 


Skente 


lbery, Charles 


5.00 


Smith, Sydney 


1 .00 


Skinner, H. H. 


1 .00 


Smith, Thomas J. . 


2.00 


Skinner, H. M. 


1 . 00 


Smith, Timothy, Company 


50.00 


Skinner, R. M. 


1 .00 


Smith & Vial, Inc. 


10.00 


Slater, 


Mrs. Abram 


3.00 


Smith, Wilfred L. . 


1 .00 


Slattery, E. T., Company 


25.00 


Smither, Mrs. 


1 .00 


Slattery, F. E. 


5.00 


Sneddon, Mrs. D. . 


1 .00 


Anonymous 


2.00 


Sneider, Philip 


1 .00 


Slepter, E. A. . 


5.00 


Snelling, Rodman Paul 


100.00 


Sloane 


, Margaret W. 


5.00 


Snow, Alvah B. 


•25 


Slobodkin, Myer H. 


5.00 


Snow, Mrs. Alvah B. . 


•25 


Slocum, Mrs. I. M. 


2.00 


Snow, Carlton E. . 


10.00 


Sluim, 


Mrs. . 


2.00 


Snow, Frederic E. . 


100.00 


Small, 


A. W. . 


1 .00 


Snow, George W. . 


5.00 


Small, 


Mrs. Ethel G. . 


1 .00 


Snow, Walter B., and staff 


5.00 


Small, 


Fred W. 


10.00 


Snyder, F. S. . 


25.00 


Smalley, Miss Ida . 


1 .00 


Snyder, Mrs. S. H. 


5.00 


Smart, 


Wilfred H. 


1 .00 


Softley, Edythe S. 


2.00 


Smiley 


Brothers 


10.00 


Sohier, William D. 


100.00 


Smilie, 


Charles F., & Co. 


25.00 


Soho, John 


•50 


Smith, 


Mrs. . 


.50 


Soliday, Joseph H. 


5.00 


Smith, 


A. M., Company 


10.00 


Sondheim, Arthur A. 


2.00 


Smith, 


A. P. . 


10.00 


Sopkin, Nellie L. . 


1 .00 


Smith, 


Allen C. . 


10.00 


Sousa, John M. 


1 .00 


Smith, 


Mrs. B. 


1 .00 


Souter, Walter W. 


1 .00 


Smith, 


Mrs. Brockholst M. 


5.00 


Southack, Theodore L. 


1 .00 


Smith, 


Bryant G., & Sons 




Southborough Woman's Clut 


) 5.00 


Company 


10.00 


South End Hardware Co. 


5.00 


Smith, 


C. Brewer, Adver- 




Southgate Press, The 


50.00 


tising Agency, The 


10.00 


South Postal Station, em- 




Smith, 


Mrs. Charles M. 


1 .00 


ployees 


22.20 


Smith, 


Charles P. . 


10.00 


Southwick, Irene G. 


1 .09 


Smith, 


c. w. . 


1 .00 


Spagnolo, Albert 


2.00 


Smith, 


David S. 


5.00 


Spagnolo, Amedeo 


1 .00 


Smith, 


Mrs. Edward 


.40 


Sparrel, Martha A. 


1 .00 


Smith, 


Elizabeth . 


1 .00 


Sparrow, Alice M. . 


5.00 


Smith, 


Emma J. 


3.00 


Sparrow, Chisholm & Co. 


25.00 


Smith, 


E. R., & Co. 


50.00 


Sparta Fruit Company . 


5.00 


Smith, 


Mrs. F. H. . 


10.00 


Spaulding, B. C. . 


1 .00 


Smith, 


Fitz-Henry, Jr. . 


10.00 


A Friend .... 


25.00 


Smith, 


Gertrude M. 


1 .00 


Spaulding, Wickliffe J. . 


1 .00 


Smith, 


Harry F. 


1 .00 


Spear, C. V. . 


1 .00 


Smith, 


Henry . 


1 .00 


Spencer, Carl M. . 


. 5-oo 


Smith, 


Henry R. 


5.00 


Spencer, Charles W. 


25.00 


Smith, 


Herbert U. 


1 .00 


Spencer, Clark 


1 .00 


Smith, 


Mrs. Howard T. 


2 .00 


Spencer, George H. 


5.00 


Smith, 


Isabell 


•5o 


Spencer, Joseph S. 


10.00 



68] 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Spencer, W. A. 


#i .00 


State Supply Company 


. $10.00 


Spencer, Wilford L. 


1 .00 


Stearns Fund, Inc. 


. 500.00 


Sperber, Anna A. . 


1 .00 


Stearns, James P., 2d . 


2.00 


Sperry, Mrs. M. L. 


2.00 


Stearns, Leslie L. . 


1 .00 


Spirit of Liberty Society, 




Stearns, Mrs. M. L. 


1 .00 


Maiden .... 


5.00 


Stearns, William B. 


5.00 


Spitz, Mrs. A. P. . 


10.00 


Stebbins, Kathleen A. . 


.50 


Spitz, Mrs. I. D. . 


3.00 


Stebbins, Rev., and family 


2.00 


Spitz, Dr. Jacob 


1 .00 


Steele, Caroline B. 


2.00 


Spitz, Mary R. 


5.00 


Steele, Charles 


1 .00 


Splaine, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. 


1 .00 


Steese, Mrs. Edward 


5.00 


Spolsimo, Frank 


•50 


Stein, Simon B. 


5.00 


Spooner, 0. E. 


10.00 


Stein, W. D. . 


1 00 


Sprague Brothers . 


5.00 


Stephens, Samuel, & Wicker- 




Sprague Brothers . 


25.00 


sham Quoin Company 


7-25 


Sprague, Charlotte S. . 


20.00 


Stephenson, W. R. C. . 


100.00 


Sprague, Mrs. Emma . 


2.00 


Stern, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur C 


10.00 


Sprague, Hazel 


5.00 


Stern, Mrs. Ben 


10.00 


Sprague, Phineas M. 


50.00 


Sternberger, Isidore 


10.00 


Sprague, Richard W. 


1 .00 


Stetson, Charles 


100.00 


Spring, E. M. ... 


10.00 


Stetson, Cutler & Co., Inc. 


50.00 


Spring, Mrs. John C. 


100.00 


Stevens, Mr. and Mrs 




Spring, Mr. & Mrs. Romney 


10.00 


Albert E. . . . 


25.00 


Springfield Public Market . 


10.00 


Stevens, E. B. 


5.00 


St. Agnes Class, Church of 




Stevens, Edwin E. 


25.00 


the Good Shepherd . 


2.00 


Stevens, Mrs. Herbert B. 


10.00 


St. Gabriel C. H. Club, 




Stevens, J. A. 


1 .00 


Marion .... 


Si6.74 


Stevens, Lelia S. 


25.00 


St. James Sunday School, 




Stevens, W. H. 


10.00 


Prout's Neck 


15.00 


Stevenson, Arthur L. 


5.00 


St. Josephs Senior Bed . 


5.00 


Stevenson, Miss Margaret 


10.00 


St. Peters Church, Cam- 




Stevenson, Robert H., Jr. 


100.00 


bridge 


10.00 


Stewart, W. H. . 


1 .00 


Stahl, Donald 


1 .00 


Anonymous 


50.00 


Stahl, Mrs. John . 


1 .00 


Stiles, Edgar W. 


1 .00 


Stahler, H. F. ... 


1. 00 


Stockton, Howard, Jr. . 


50.00 


Stairsky, P. H. 


1 .00 


Stockton, Philip 


100.00 


Stalder, Frederick . 


1 .00 


Stoddard, Samuel S. 


1 .00 


Standard Kid Company 


25.00 


Stone, Mr 


10.00 


Standard Neckwear Co. 


10.00 


Stone & Andrew, Inc. . 


10.00 


Standcumbe, William . 


1 .00 


Stone, Everett W. . 


10. CO 


Stanhope Bindery, Inc. 


5.00 


Stone & Forsyth Company . 


10.00 


Stanilaus, H. H. . 


1 .00 


Stone, F. W. . . . ' . 


5.00 


Staples, Mrs. H. F. 


1 .00 


Stone, Mr. & Mrs. Galen L. 


1,000.00 


Star Fruit Company 


1 .00 


Stone, H. D., & Co. . 


5.00 


Starbuck, G. F. . 


2.00 


Stone, L 


3.00 


Starkweather & Broadhurst, 




Stone, Mrs. Malcolm B. 


25.00 


Inc 


10.00 


Stone, Mary W. . 


2.00 


State Federation of Women's 




Stone, Nathaniel H. 


100.00 


Clubs 


65.62 


Stone, Mrs. Philip S. . 


2.00 


State Street Trust Company, 




Stone, R. G 


20.00 


employees .... 


73-25 


Stone, Robert B. . . 


5.00 



69 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Stoneham Visiting Nurse 
Association . 

Stoneman, Mr. and Mrs. 
David — In memory of 
their beloved son, George 
Lincoln Stoneman 

Stopinger, Mrs. 

Storer, Miss Mary G 

Storey, Moorfield . 

Storrow, C., & Co. 

Storrow, James J. . 

Storrs, A., & Bement Co. 

Storrs, A., & Bement Com 
pany, employees 

Stowe, L. B. . 

Stowell, A., & Co., Inc 

Strapp, Harry F. . 

Stratten, L. Henrietta 

Stratton, Charles E. 

Stratton, Mr. and Mrs 
Frank H. 

Stratton, Janet H 

Strauss, Aaron L. 

Strauss, Mrs. Ferdinand 

Strauss, Mr. and Mrs. Leon 

Strecker, Mrs. Charles 

Streep, Samuel 

Streeter, Virginia T. 

Stringer, H. B. 

Strobell, E. L. 

Strock, L. 

Strouss, Miss Lorraine M. 

Studley & Emery . 

Sturgis, Mrs. Edward 

Sturgis, Evelyn R. 

Sturgis, George 

Sturgis, R. Clipston 

Suder, George B. . 

Suffolk Engraving & Electro- 
typing Company, em- 
ployees 



Sull 
Sull 
Sull 
Sull 
Sull 
Sull 
Sull 
Sull 
Sull 
Sull 
Sull 



van, Anna G 
van, C. 
van, D. A. 
van, D. J. 
van, John A. 
van, Joseph F. 
van, Mrs. J. R 
van, Loretta 
van, M. H. 
van, P. J. 
van, Thomas F 



$2.00 



100.00 
1 .00 

20.00 
100.00 

25.00 
100.00 

50.00 

11 .50 
5.00 

100.00 
1 .00 
5.00 
5.00 

5.00 

2.00 
50.00 
50.00 
50.00 
10.00 

1 .00 
10.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 
10.00 

1 .00 
100.00 

5.00 

100.00 

10.00 

10.00 

2.00 



26.20 
1 .00 
1 .00 

20.00 
1 .00 
5.00 

10.00 

1 .00 

•5o 

10.00 
1 .00 

10.00 



Summers, Mr. & Mrs. H. G 
Sunbeam C. H. Club 
Sunnybank C. H. Club 
Surgical dressings . 
Suter, Mrs. P. H. . 
Sutton, Mrs. William . 
Svenson, Oscar 
Swaim, Mrs. R. D. 
Swaim, S. B. . 
Swain, Mrs. J. W. . 
Swain, Mr. and Mrs 

William N. . 
Swain, Winthrop C. 
Swan, Mr. & Mrs. Charles H 
Swan, Newton & Co. 
Swann, Mrs. J. B. . 
Swartz, Jacob 
Swedish Women of Greater 

Boston (#1,000 towards a 

memorial bed) 
Sweeney, James C, Jr. 
Sweeney, J. E. 
Sweeney, Lynes & Co. 
Sweetland, Mrs. L. A. 
Sweetman, Mr. & Mrs. G. H 
Swift, Mr. & Mrs. George H 
Swift, J. G. . 
Sylvester, Edmund Q. . 

C. A. S 

Sylvester, Joseph S. 
Sylvia-Coppinger Company 

Inc 

Syme, W. M. . 

Taft, Edward A. . 
Talbot Avenue Garage Co. 
Tallack, J. F. . 
Tallirer, Edward 
Tapley, Miss Alice P. 
Tappan, Mrs. Ethel E. 
Tarbox, Mrs. C. F. 
Tarbox, Charles W. 
Tarlin, Mrs. Morris 
Tarpy, Anna G. 
Tarpy, P. H. . 
Tarr, A. . 
Tarr, Miss G. 
Tatel, Matilda 
Taussig, Frances L. 
Tay, Herman S. 
Taylor, Mrs. Almira B. 
Taylor, Charles 



$21.50 

60.80 

2.30 

102.00 
5.00 

100.00 
1 .00 
5.00 
5.00 
1 .00 

10.00 

5.00 

100.00 

10.00 

10.00 

15.00 



1,033.00 

1 .00 

2.00 

25.00 

2.00 

50.00 

200 . 00 

10.00 

100.00 

10.00 

50.00 

25.00 
5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

10.00 

1 .00 

200 . 00 

10.00 

•25 
1 .00 
2.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
2.00 
1 .00 
1 .00 
50.00 
3.00 
100.00 
2.00 



[70] 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Taylor, Charles H. 




. #100.00 


Thompson's Spa 


. $25.00 


Taylor, Edward I. 


5.00 


Thomson, Mr. & Mrs. A. C. 


25.00 


Taylor, E. W. . . 


1 .00 


Thomson, Annie I. 


10.00 


Taylor, J. A. . 


25.00 


Thomson, C. E. 


5.00 


Taylor, Joseph D. . 


10.00 


Thorndike, Albert R. . 


5.00 


Taylor, M. 


1 .00 


Thorndike, Mrs. Alden A. 


100.00 


Taylor, Marvin C. 


2.00 


Thorndike, Augustus 


500 . 00 


Taylor Press, Inc., The 


10.00 


Thorndike & Gerrish 


10.00 


Taylor, Ralph S. 


10.00 


Thorndike, Sturgis H. . 


10.00 


Taylor, Mrs. S. E. 


•50 


A Friend .... 


10.00 


Taylor, Mrs. S. R. 


1 .00 


Thorp, Mr. and Mrs 




Taylor, Warren 0. 


2.00 


Joseph G 


100.00 


Taylor, William H. 


5.00 


Three Maiden boys 


•52 


Taylor, William 0. 


25.00 


Thurlow Advertising Service 


5.00 


Teed, Mrs. James . 


•5o 


Thurlow Advertising Serv- 




Telephone Operators' Union 




ice, employees 


6.00 


of Boston . 


8.00 


Thurlow, Lewis K. 


15.00 


Temple Israel S. S. 


25.00 


Thurman, T 


1. 00 


Temple, Norma 


•25 


Tibbetts, F. 0. 


1 .00 


Tench, W. C. . 


10.00 


Tierney, J. B. 


1 .00 


Tenney, Charles H., & Co. . 


200 . 00 


Tierney, T. W. 


1 .00 


Terrill, Paul F. 


5.00 


Tiffany, G. S., & Co. . 


25.00 


Terrio, John A. 


1 .00 


Anonymous . 


25.00 


Thayer, Mrs. Bayard . 


250 . 00 


Timmerman, D. E., & Co. . 


25.00 


Thayer, Mrs. Charles A. 


•So 


Tisdale, M. C. . 


5.00 


Thayer, Miss Deborah . 


•50 


Tishler, Mrs. Benjamin 


3 -oo 


Thayer, E. H. . 


1 .00 


Anonymous . 


50.00 


Thayer, Mrs. Ezra R. . 


10.00 


Titcomb, W. B. . 


1 .00 


Thayer, Frank B. . 


1 .00 


Titman Egg Company . 


10.00 


Thayer, Mrs. Frederick W. . 


25.00 


Tobey, Maurice 


5.00 


Thayer, Harry C. . 


25.00 


Tobey, William H. 


1 .00 


Thayer, H. I 


25.00 


Tobias Hat & Cap Company 


5.00 


Thayer-McNeil Company . 


100.00 


Tobin, A. Bland 


1 .00 


Thayer, Rev. William Green- 




Tobin, Frank J. 


1 .00 


ough .... 


50.00 


Todd, Thomas, Company 


20.00 


The Great Moguls C 


. H. 




Tofias, J., & Bro. . 


1 .00 


Club .... 




200 . 00 


Tolman, F. H. 


10.00 


Therll, D. C. . 




2.00 


Tomas & Cia . 


100.00 


Think of Others Club 




5.00 


Toomey, F. 


2.00 


Thirteen Beavers . 




100.00 


Torre, Mr. & Mrs. F. J. 


2.00 


Thomas, Arthur H. 




5.00 


Torrens, James B. . 


1 .00 


Thomas, Charles E. 




5.00 


Tosi, Miss 


•50 


Thomas, E. C. 




5.00 


Touraine Glove Company 


50.00 


Thomas, Miss E. M. 




1 .00 


Tower, Joseph M. . 


1 .00 


Thomas, Miss Helen 




5.00 


Towle, Frances M. 


1 .00 


Thomas, Stinson 




2.00 


Towle & Hilliard . 


2.00 


Thompson, Benjamin 




20.00 


Towne, Fred H. 


10.00 


Thompson, E. G. . 




1 .00 




5.00 


Thompson, Mrs. H. L. 


1. 00 


Townsend, Charles E. . 


50.00 


Thompson, J. Walter, Co. 


10.00 


Townsend, Richard S. . 


25.00 


Thompson, Mrs. Natalie 


5.00 


Trafford, Bernard W. . 


• 45 00 


Thompson, William G. 




10.00 


Train, Elizabeth P. 


50.00 



71 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Traiser, Charles H. 


• #35 -oo 


Traiser, Eva A. 


20 . 00 


Trask, Charles J. . 


1 .00 


Trask, Nellie M. . 


2.00 


Travis, Luke S. 


1 .00 


Tremont, Ernest . 


•50 


Trimount Clothing Co., Inc 


25.00 


Trinity Neighborhood Hous< 




and Day Nursery 


3-50 


Tripple, Mrs. Edward . 


3.00 


Troen, B. ... 


1 .00 


Trombetta, Guy 


2.00 


True, H. M. . 


1 .00 


True, H. W. . 


10.00 


Trull, Mrs. A. H. anc 


[ 


Mrs. H. A. . 


2.00 


Trumbull, W. H. . 


1 .00 


Tryhard C. H. Club 


101 .00 


Tucker, Mrs. Arthur H. 


5.00 


Tucker, C. H. 


5.00 


Tucker, Edward A., Co. 


5.00 


Tucker, Emma H. 


5.00 


Tucker, H. B. 


10.00 


Tucker, Mrs. Quincy 


3.00 


Tucker, Randolph F. 


10.00 


Tucker, Raymond . 


25.00 


Tucker, Rebecca L. 


5.00 


Tuckerman, Mrs. C. S. 


5.00 


Tudor Press, The . 


10.00 


Tudor Press, The, employees 


9.20 


Tuell, Mrs. Hiram 


1 .00 


Tufts, Mrs. C. W. . 


•5o 


Tupper, Alton F. . 


2.00 


Turgeon, I. F. 


1 .00 


Turlin, Mrs. . 


•38 


Turner, A. R. 


1 .00 


Turner, Mrs. Howard C. 


3.00 


Turney, Eugenia R. 


1 .00 


Turney, Susan E. . 


•50 


Tushins, Jacob W. 


1 .00 


Tuttle, Henry H., Companv 


25.00 


Tuttle, Mrs. J. H. . 


1 .00 


Tuttle, Morton C. 


10.00 


Twombley, Howland 


15.00 


Tyler, Alice G. . . . 


•25 


Tyler, Mrs. John F. 


100.00 


Typewriter . 


15.00 


Tyson, George 


5.00 


Ulin, H 


25.00 


Unitarian Church Sunday 




School (Jamaica Plain) 


6.16 



United Drug Company, em- 
ployees .... 

United Electric Supply Co. . 

United Fruit Company 

United States Tire Company 

United States Trust, em- 
ployees .... 

Unity Club of the First 
Parish Church of Co- 
hasset . 

University Press 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Usher, Samuel 

Usher, Samuel, employees 



Vaillant, Mrs. George . 

Van Allen, Rev. W. H. . 

Van De Bogert, H. P., Jr. 

Van Emden, Mary 

Van Emden, Maurice . 

Van Emden, Walter 

Van Ham, C. . 

Van Huysen, N. T. 

Van Tookis, H. C. 

Vaughan, Mrs. 

Vaughan, Miss Bertha H. 

Vaughn, B. R. 

Vaughn, Harry N. 

Vaughan, Mrs. Henry G. 

Vaughan, Samuel . 

Vaughan, W. W., trustee 
under Lundell Charitable 
Trust .... 

Vedder, Charles F. 

Vendome, Hotel 

Verdi, George W. . 

Vermont Tea & Butter Co. 

Vialle, Charles A. . 

Victoria, Hotel 

Vieira, Julia 

Vinnicombe, Herbert H. 

Voelkel, Mrs. J. 

Volkmann, Frederick J. 

Volpe, Frank G. 

Von Rosenvinge, Theodore 

Vorenberg, Mr. & Mrs. Felix 

Vorenberg, F. Frank 

Vorenberg, S. . 

Vose, R. W. . 

Vose-Swain Engraving Co 



$518.50 

10.00 

500.00 

50.00 

27.00 



25.00 
25 .00 
8.00 
7-25 
20.00 
22.25 



25.00 

10.00 

5.00 

■50 
1 .00 

•50 

1 .00 

1 .00 

5.00 

1 .00 

10.00 

10.00 

20.00 

10.00 

25.00 



10.00 
5.00 

25.00 
1 .00 
2.00 

25.00 

10.00 

1 .00 

•5o 

•25 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

250.00 

10.00 

50.00 
5.00 

25.00 



72] 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Voye Electric Supply Co. 


. $10.00 


Vozzella, Adeline . 


.50 


Wadleigh, Clara F. 


1 .00 


Wadleigh, Herbert A. . 


10.00 


Wadsworth, Henry L. . 


1 .00 


Waite, Margaret G. 


10.00 


Wakefield, John L. 


10.00 


Wakefield, Julius R. . 


100.00 


Walcott, Robert . 


10.00 


Walderman, Lillian 


.50 


Waldorf System 


10.00 


Anonymous 


2.00 


Walker, Charles C. 


60 . 00 


Walker, Clifford H. 


5.00 


Walker, Douglas P. 


10.00 


Walker, Frank H. . 


5.00 


Walker, G. Herbert 


5.00 


Walker, H. H. . 


1 .00 


Walker Lithograph and Pub- 




lishing Company 


I9-50 


Walker, Marie I. . 


1 .00 


Walker, S. F. . 


1 .00 


Walker Stetson Company 


100.00 


Anonymous 


50.00 


Wall, L 


1 .00 


Wall, Mrs. M. 


5.00 


Wallace, Arthur 


100.00 


Wallburg, Mrs. Frances K. 


50.00 


Walls, Elizabeth . 


5.00 


Walsh, Agatha J. . 


1 .00 


Walsh, Annie . . . . 


1 .00 


Walsh, Julia . . . . 


5.00 


Walsh, Mary . 


5.00 


Walsh, Mathew C. 


25.00 


Walsh, Thomas L. . 


5.00 


Walsh, Timothy 


10.00 


Walsh, W.J 


25.00 


Waltham Women's Club 


66.00 


Walton, Mrs. Perry 


5.00 


Ward, Alma 0. 


10.00 


Ward, Emily P. 


2.00 


Ward, Otis A. . 


1 .00 


Ward's (stationers) 


25.00 


Wardwell, Sheldon E. . 


15.00 


Ware, Mrs. Charles P. . 


25.00 


Ware, Henry . . . . 


25.00 


Ware, Mrs. John . 


2.00 


Ware, Mrs. R. 


•75 


Waring, Mrs. Guy . 


25.00 


Warner, Mrs 


•50 


Warner, H. E. 


50.00 



Warner, Rachel and Sturgis #3 70 

Warner, Mrs. R. S. . . 20.00 

Warner, Mrs. William S. . 2.00 

Warren, Bentley W. . 25.00 

Warren, Birdie . . . 3. 00 

Warren, Clifford P. . . 10.00 
Warren, George E. . 1,000.00 
Warren, Mrs. George E. 2,500.00 

Warren, Gretchen O. . . 15.00 

Warren, Dr. J. Collins . . 25.00 

Warren, J. Joseph . . . 1.00 

Warren, John L. . . . 1.00 

Warren, Mary W. . . . 5.00 

Warren, Maude F. . . 1.00 

Warren, Philip L. . . . 25.00 

Warren, S. D., Company . 100.00 

Warren, Thelma . . . 1.00 

Warren, William H. . . 1.00 

Warshauer, Mrs. J. . . 1.00 

Wasserman, Jacob . . 5.00 

Waterman, Curtis H. . . 3.00 

Waterman, Harry H. . . 1.00 

Waters, Solomon . . . 2 . 00 

Watson, Mrs .... .50 

Watson, Mrs 1.00 

Watson, Alice E. . . . 1.00 

Watson, Mrs. D. ... .50 

Watson, Mrs. Edward . . 3.00 

Watson, F. V. . . . 10.00 

Watson, Mrs. Henry R. . 2.00 

Watson, James R. . . . 1.00 

Watson, Mrs. Thomas A. . 25.00 

Wattendorf, F. M. . . 10.00 

Watts, Miss . . . . 2.00 

Watts, Mrs. W. J. . . 1.00 

Wauerman, Celia . . . 2.00 

Wax, Louis H. . . . 10.00 

Wax, Mrs. S 3 .00 

Wayland, Frederick . . 1.00 
Wead, Frederick W. . . 5.00 
Wead, Kate H. — In mem- 
ory of Leslie C. Wead . 5.00 

Weaver, Mrs .50 

Weaver, G. M. . . . .25 

Webber, Bessie L. . . . 2.00 

Webber, J 1 .00 

Webber, Lucy . . . 1.00 

Webster, Mrs. Andrew G. . 100.00 

Webster, Miss Catherine . 1.00 
Webster, Mr. and Mrs. 

Edwin S 500.00 

Webster, Frank G. . 1,000.00 



73 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Webster, Mrs. Frank G. 


$500.00 


Webster, Mrs. Harvey H. 


1 .00 


Webster, L. H. 


1 .00 


Webster, Miss Polly 


50.00 


Webster, Tapper Company 


5.00 


Webster-Thomas Company . 


25.00 


Wednesday Morning Club . 


10.00 


Weed, Mrs. Arthur H. 


10.00 


Weed, C. F. . 


25.00 


Weekly Bulletin Publishing 




Company, The . 


5.00 


Weeks, Mrs. . 


.20 


Weeks, Miles W. . 


10.00 


Weeks, Mr. & Mrs. Robert S 


25.00 


Weeks, W. B. P. . 


25.00 


Weil, Ida Mae — In memory 




of Harry A. Frankby . 


10.00 


Weiler, Mrs. G. 


2.00 


Weiler, Rose . 


3.00 


Weinberg, Mrs. Joseph . 


3.00 


Weinberg, Y. E. . 


•50 


Weiner, B. 


1 .00 


Weinstein, Alice 


2.00 


Weinstein, J. . 


1 .00 


Welch, Mrs. E. Sohier . 


200 . 00 


Welch, Mrs. Francis C. 


100.00 


Weld, Mrs. Charles Goddard 


1,100.00 


Weld, Mrs. K. S. . 


50.00 


Weld, Miss Mary (alsc 


» 


$5,000 for Social Service 




Department) 


. 500.00 


Weld, Rudolph 


25.00 


Weld, Stephen M., & Co. 


25.00 


Weldon, James H., Jr. . 


1 .00 


Welfare Trustees . 


200 . 00 


Wellander, Nellie G. . 


2.00 


Welling, Mrs. L. . 


2.00 


Wellington, Arthur W. . 


25.00 


Wellington, Miss Ethel 


1 .00 


Wellington Hill Gift Club oj 


[ 


Mattapan . 


5.00 


Wellington, William H. 


. 100.00 


Welsh, C. S. . . 


5.00 


Welsh, M. F. . 


1 .00 


Wenberg, Ben 


5.00 


Wendell, Mrs. Barrett . 


10.00 


Wendell, G. B. 


1 .00 


Wenmark, Stanley E. . 


1 .00 


Wentworth, John . 


5.00 


Wentworth, Margaret Le M 


2.00 


Werner, L. H. 


5.00 


West, Albert E. 


10.00 



West, Dorothy F. . 
West, Edward N. . 
Westminster, The . 
Weston, A. A. 
Wetherald, James T. 
Wetherbee, The Misses 
Wethern, G. M., Company 
Wetmore-Savage Company 
Wharton, Mrs. William F. 
Wheatland, Mr. and Mrs 

Richard 
Wheatland, Mrs. Stephen G 
Wheeler, Mrs. A. S. 
Wheeler, Ellen H. . 
W T heeler, Francis J. 
Wheeler, H. A. 
Wheeler, Harry A. 
Wheeler, Miss Helen 
Wheeler, Helen L 
Wheeler, Henry 
Wheeler, Isabelle 
Wheeler, J. W. 
Wheeler, O. G. 
Wheeler, William 
Wheelock, Dean & Bogue 

Inc. 
Wheelock, J. H., & Co 
Wheelwright, Arthur W 
Wheelwright, George W 
Whelan, W. H. 
Whipple, J. R., Corporation 
Whipple, Sherman L. 
Whitaker, C. F., & Son 
Whitcomb, H. C, & Co. 

employees . 
White, Mrs. Augusta 
White Brothers 
White, C. H. . 
White, E. A. . 
White, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. 
White, Mr. & Mrs. Frank 
White, Miss Gertrude R. 
White, G. W. . 
White, Miss Helen E. . 
White, Henry G. . 
White, Mrs. J. 0. . 
White, Lillie . . . 
White, R. H., Company 
White, Mrs. S. G. . 
Whiteford, Alexander . 
Whitelock, Kathryn M. 
Whitelock, W. S. . 



$10.00 
5.00 
25.00 
5.00 
50.00 
10.00 
25.00 
50.00 
10.00 

25.00 
50.00 
10.00 
50.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 
25.00 
35 00 

5.00 

250.00 

60.00 

10.00 

1 .00 
10.00 

15.00 

50.00 
100.00 

10.00 

5.00 

150.00 

25.00 

15. CO 

8-75 

25.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

5.00 

10.00 

25.00 

1 .00 

5.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

2.00 

500.00 

1 .00 

3.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 



74 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Whiteside, Mr. and Mrs 

Alexander . 
Whiting, Mrs. Abby L. 
Whiting, Mrs. Jasper . 
Whiting, Max O. . 
Whiting, Warren M. 
Whitman Branch, Alliance 

of Unitarian Women . 
Whitman, Mr. and Mrs 

Edmund A. 
Whitman, Esther . 
Whitman, Hendricks H. 
Whitman, Mr. and Mrs 

William 
Whitman, Mrs. William, Jr 
Whitman, W. C. . 
Whitney, Miss Alice F. 
Whitney, Mrs. Byam . 
Whitney, Mrs. Ellerton P. 
Whitney, Frank N. 
Whitney, Mrs. G. G. . 
Whitney, John F. . 
Whitney, Louis J. . 
Whitney, Minetta J. 
Whitney, Mrs. R. D. . 
Whitney, Mrs. Theodore 
Whitney, T. D., Company 
Whittemore, E. H. 
Whittemore, John A., Sons 
Whittemore, William R. 
Whittier, C. W. . 
Wide-A-Wake Girls Club 
Widger, Samuel S. 
Widow's Mite, A . 
Wigglesworth, Mr. and Mrs 

George 
Wigglesworth, Mrs. Norton 
Wight, Mrs. Delano 
Wightman, George W. 
Wilcock, John 
Wilcox, Lillie E. . 
Wild, Charles J. . 
Wild & Stevens, Inc. 
Wilder, F. 
Wiles, Margaret E. 
Wilfert, Frank F. . 
Wilkes, Mrs. F. H. 
Wilkins, C. L. 
Wilkins Paper Box 

pany, employees 
Wilkins-Potter Press, 

ployees 



Com 



em 



#100.00 

5.00 

10.00 

50.00 

25.00 

5.00 

25.00 

5.00 

100.00 

250 . 00 

50.00 

1 .00 

5.00 

10.00 

10.00 

20.00 

50.00 

5.00 

1. 00 

5.00 

1 .00 

10.00 

50.00 

1. 00 

25.00 

10.00 

200 . 00 

100.00 

100.00 

2.00 

125.00 

10.00 

1. 00 

25.00 

125.00 

5.00 

1 .00 

25.00 

1 .00 

1. 00 

1 .00 

25.00 

10.33 

10.17 

48.00 



Wilkins, R. S. . 
Willard, Charles H. 
Willcomb, Mrs. George 
Willett, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. 
Willett, W. W. 



Will 

Will 

Will 

Will 

Will 

Will 

Will 

Will 

Will 

Will 

Will 

Will 

Will 

Will 

Will 

M 

Will 

S. P 

Will 

Will 

Will 



ams, Mrs. Alexander 
ams, Mrs. Arthur . 
ams, Mrs. Charles A. 
ams, Mrs. C. F. 
ams, David W. 
ams, Edward C. 
ams, Edward E. 
ams, Miss Elizabeth A 
ams, Mrs. George . 
ams, Harry B. 
ams, Mrs. H. D. H. 
ams, Mrs. J. A. 
ams, Joseph S. 
ams, Miss Katharine W 
ams, Martha C. 
W. . . . 
ams, Ralph B. 
W 



ams, Mrs. Sydney M. 

ard, Mrs. G. K. . 

cotte, Myra S. 
Wilson, Mrs. Alice 
Wilson, A. S. . 
Wilson, Catherine M. . 
Wilson, Cornelius J. 
Wilson, Mrs. E. 
Wilson, Edgar G. 
Wilson, Ernest 
Wilson, Henry W. 
Wilson, R. W. 
Wilson, William Grant . 
Winchester-Simmons Co. 
Windeler, Mrs. G. H. . 
Winer, Mrs. H. 
Wing, Mrs. Daniel G. . 
Wing, Mrs. G. W. . 
Wingersky, Mrs. Leevy 
Winkler, Bertha M. 
Winship, Charles N. 
Winslow & Co. 
Winslow, Mrs. E. J. 
Winslow, Mrs. Samuel E. 
Winslow, Miss Sarah H. 
Winsor, Robert 
Winter, J. E. . 
Winter, Murray 
Winthrop, Nathaniel 



$5.00 

•50 

10.00 

100.00 

200 . 00 

10.00 

10.00 

25.00 

3.00 

25.00 

10.00 

10.00 

5.00 

1 .00 

10.00 

15.00 

2.00 

50.00 

25.00 

25.00 

20.00 

25.00 

50.00 

5.00 

2.00 

2.00 

1 .00 

2.00 

1 .00 

1. 00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

5.00 

50.00 

25.00 

2.00 

100.00 

1 .00 

3.00 

3.00 

100.00 

100.00 

15.00 

10.00 

10.00 

100.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Winthrop, Mrs. Robert C. 


$100.00 


Wirth, George H., Company 25.00 


Wiseman, John M. 


1 .00 


Wisham, Mrs. Clarence H. 


5.00 


Wiswall, Florence . 


•25 


Wiswell, Mrs. Maria D. 


5.00 


Witherby, Mrs. Mary C. 


3.00 


Withers, Charles L. 


1 .00 


Withington, John W. 


1 .00 


Witkin, S. J. . 


1 .00 


Wolcott, Oliver 


100.00 


Anonymous 


100.00 


Wolcott, Mr. & Mrs. S. H. 


525-00 


Wolcott, William Prescott 


25.00 


Wolf, Mrs. Alice L. 


100.00 


Wolff Brothers 


5.00 


Wolfson Brothers . 


2.00 


Woman's Club, East Boston 




High School Center . 


100.00 


Woman's Club (St. Peters 




Church) . 


5.00 


Woman's Exchange 


2.00 


Women of Somerville ($i,ooc 




towards a memorial bed) 


1,063 00 


Women's Club (Public 




Health Committee) . 


8.00 


Women's Club of Newton 




Highlands .... 


10.00 


Women's Club, Park Street 




Church .... 


5.00 


Women's Union, Barre . 


10.00 


Wong, Henry .... 


•50 


Wood, C. A 


10.00 


Wood, Mrs. Charles H. . 


•25 


Wood, Mr. & Mrs. H. H. . 


20.00 


Wood, Jacob H., & Co. . 


50.00 


Wood, Mrs. L. 


•25 


Wood, Mr. & Mrs. Orrin G. . 


100.00 


Wood, Richard 


1 .00 


Wood, Mrs. W. B. . . 


5.00 


Wood, William M. 


100.00 


Wood, Mrs. William M. 


150.00 


Woodbridge, F. S., Meat 




Company .... 


10.00 


Woodbury, H. W. . 


1 .00 


Woodbury, I. F., & Sons Co. 


10.00 


Woodhull, James . 


1 .00 


Woodlea C. H. Club . 


300.00 


Woodman, Mrs. 


•50 


Woodman, C. A. . 


1 .00 


Woodman, Ernest S. 


5.00 


Woodman, Miss Mary . 


50.00 



Woodman, W. S. . . . $1.00 

Woodward, Mrs. Herbert M. 5 .00 

Woods, Henry D. . . . 500.00 

Woods Hole Women's Club . 10.00 

Woodworth, E.G. . . 1 . 00 

Woolf, Mrs. A. Raymond . 3.00 

Woolworth, F. W. . . . 1 . 00 

Wright, A. W. . . . 100.00 

Wright, Beatrice . . . 5.00 

Wright Brothers . . . 100.00 

Wright, Miss Emma C. . 5.00 

Wright Frank H. . . . 10.00 

Wright, Mrs. George . . .50 

Wright, George S. . . . 25.00 

Anonymous . . . . 50.00 

Wright, John G., & Co., Inc. 100.00 

Wrightson, Cecil H. . . 12.75 
Wylie, Mrs. E. C. (Wylie 

bed) 100.00 

Wylie, Mrs. Jessie S. . . 1 .00 

Wyman, Arthur M. . . 10.00 

Wyman, Arthur P. . . 1.00 

Wyman & Brier . . . 1.00 

Wyman, Charles B. . . 1.00 

Wyman, C. F. . . . 2.00 

Wyman, Mrs. Franklin . 5.00 

Wyman, Mrs. F. E. . . 1.00 

Wyman, Miss Hattie . . 5.00 

Wyman, J. F. . . . 5.00 

Wyzanski, Mrs. Mary . . 2.00 
Wyzanski, Messrs. M. E. and 

C. E 35 00 

X. Y. Z 1. 00 

Yaffe, George . . . . 5 . 00 

Three Friends . . . 11.00 

Yelland, Edwin . . . 1.00 

Yenwood, L. E. . . . 1.00 

York & Whitney . . . 25.00 

Young, Alexander . . . 10.00 

Young, Mrs. B. L. . . . 110.00 

Young, Emma M. . . . 5. 00 

Young, E. R. . . . ' . 1. 00 

Young, Dr. E. S. . . . 2.00 

Young, Mrs. Harry H. . 5.00 

Young, Helen G. . . . 2.00 

Young, Joseph . . . 1.00 

Young, Judson B. . . . 1.00 

Young, Mrs. M. . . . .50 

Young, Percy J. . . . 1.00 



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DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Anonymous 


. $100.00 


Zanditon, Sydney . 


$1.00 


Young, Robert L. . 


5.00 


Zepfler & Childs . 


25.00 






Zerrahn, Mrs. F. E. 


5.00 


Zain Advertising System 


10.00 


Zuckernick, Jacob B. 


1 .00 


Zakon, William 


5-00 










77 



Report of Welfare Committee 

Under the Direction of Miss Ida C. Smith, Superintendent 



Officers 

Mrs. Frederick S. Mead, Chairman 

Mrs. Francis B. Crowninshield, Acting Chairman 

Mrs. Odin Roberts, Secretary Mrs. Richard S. Russell, Treasurer 

Committee Members 



Mrs. Gordon Abbott 
Mrs. F. Lothrop Ames 
Mrs. Robert Amory 
Mrs. Larz Anderson 
Mrs. George Minot Baker 
Mrs. John W. Bartol 
Mrs. J. Lewis Bremer 
Mrs. William W. Caswell 
Mrs. Harold J. Coolidge 
Mrs. E. W. Gumming 
Mrs. Charles P. Curtis, Jr. 
Mrs. Clarence R. Edwards 
Mrs. Ely Feibelman 
Mrs. Reginald Foster 
Mrs. Henry S. Hall 



Mrs. Sydney Hosmer 
Mrs. Thomas H. Lanman 
Mrs. George H. Lyman 
Mrs. Robert W. Means 
Miss Mary Meehan 
Mrs. George H. Monks 
Mrs. Robert C. Morse 
Mrs. G. M. Poole 
Mrs. Francis E. Slattery 
Mrs. Richard P. Strong 
Mrs. William Sutton 
Mrs. Nathaniel Thayer 
Mrs. H. Parker Whittington 
Mrs. Frederick S. Whitwell 
Mrs. S. Huntington Wolcott 



Until this winter it was our most important duty to tell the 
people, many of whom carried in their hearts both love for the 
Hospital and gratitude, that the Hospital needed their help. 
Now owing to the splendid organization and publicity of the 
general appeal, this is no longer necessary. The public knows 
that The Children's Hospital is its responsibility. 

There is, however, one misapprehension which all members 
of the Committee have found to seriously cripple their work. 
This is the statement published in the newspapers that the 
appeal was oversubscribed, which was understood to mean 
that the support of the Hospital was secure without further 
effort. This, of course, is not so, the fact being that the appeal 
was for annual subscriptions, and that the sum secured was 
for one year only. It will be the duty of this Committee in the 



78 



REPORT OF WELFARE COMMITTEE 

future to emphasize the fact that the demands made on the 
Hospital can be met only by regular yearly subscriptions. 

Many members of the Committee have given enthusiastic 
service to the Hospital during the last year. Owing, however, 
to the exigencies of the season's work, the following members 
have devoted an unusual amount of time to the Hospital: — 

Mrs. Hall has been responsible a second season for the or- 
ganization and maintenance at her own expense of the Depart- 
ment of Occupational Therapy. 

Mrs. Lanman, with the assistance of Miss Louise Fessenden, 
has had charge of volunteer workers for the clinics, which number 
fourteen regular workers, who gave at least three days a week 
in the Out-Patient Department. 

Thanks to the courtesy of Mrs. George H. Swift in opening 
her house again this winter, Mrs. Lyman and her associates 
have conducted a workroom for surgical dressings on Tuesday 
mornings at 90 Commonwealth Avenue. Through their efforts 
The Children's Hospital has been supplied with dressings for 
eleven months of the year. 

At the request of Miss Smith, Mrs. Coolidge has given 
valuable assistance in matters relating to the Private Ward. 

Under Mrs. F. B. Crowninshield, the C. H. Club work for 
the year was continued most satisfactorily. There were 44 
clubs enrolled, and the interest of the children in the Hospital 
seems to be increasing each year. The chairman feels that they 
will form a valuable nucleus of supporters of the Hospital in 
the future. 

Equally important services have been rendered the Hospital 
by Mrs. Bremer, Mrs. Cumming, Mrs. Curtis, Mrs. Foster, 
Mrs. Morse, Mrs. Bernard C. Weld, and Mrs. Whittington. 
Mrs. Feibelman was especially helpful in securing renewals of 
annual subscriptions, and later on in interesting large groups 
of women at the time of the appeal. 

Financial Statement 

Mrs. Richard S. Russell, Treasurer 
Total collected through Welfare Committee $22,637.85 



Paid to Convalescent Home . 
Transferred to Endowment Fund . . 
Memorial beds, transferred to capital account 

Expenses 

Balance towards current expenses 



79 



$4,667.17 
602. 10 

4,004.97 

2,015.91 
11,347-70 
$22,637.85 



Committee of Occupational 
Therapy Workers 



Mrs. H. S. Hall Chairman 

Miss Emily Faulkner Aide 

Volunteers for Wards 

Mrs. F. S. Anable Miss Priscilla Thayer 

Mrs. A. Barney Miss Gwendolyn Hart 

Miss Clemence Jeffries Miss Betty Smith 

Miss Louise Baldwin Miss Elizabeth Carrington 



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Report of the Medical Staff 

For the Year ending December 31, 1922 



Hospital 



Remaining by last report 
Admitted: 

Surgical . 
• Medical . 

Orthopedic 

Throat . 



1,154 

573 

747 

2,515 



in 



Total admitted 



4,989 



Treated 

Discharged 

Remaining . 

Hospital days 

Daily average 

Whole number treated to January 1, 1923 



5, 100 

4,995 

105 

43,9io 

133 
66,601 



Number of operations: 

Surgical 1,051 

Orthopedic 477 

Throat 2,913 



Total number of operations 



4,441 



Out-Patient Department 

New cases: 

Medical 4,7 2 5 



Surgical 
Orthopedic 
Lateral curvature 
Paralytic cases 
Infantile cases 
Nerve 
Throat 
Gynecological 
Dental . 



2,098 

747 
109 

131 
178 
412 

2,904 

36 

170 



Total number of new cases 11,510 



81] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Out-Patient Department — Concluded 

Whole number of visits: 

Medical 17,995 

Surgical 8,399 

Orthopedic 4>437 

Lateral curvature 2,526 

Paralytic cases 4*895 

Infantile cases 4> 2 34 

Nerve 704 

Throat 4,775 

Gynecological 103 

Dental 409 

Total number of visits 48,477 

Social Service Department 

New cases 387 

Whole number of visits 2,663 



82 



Medical Department 



THE variety of diseases treated by the Medical Department 
during 1922 was essentially the same as in the preceding 
year. The volume of the work varied somewhat. There 
was an increase of 2,068 visits to the Out-Patient Department. 
This was due entirely to an increased number of revisits, as the 
number of new patients was 290 less than in the preceding year. 
In comparison with 1921 there was a slight diminution in the 
number of patients treated in the wards. 

The work in the special classes in the Out-Patient Department 
has progressed satisfactorily, particularly in those devoted to 
the treatment of asthma, cardiac disease and congenital syphilis. 
Due to the excellent co-operation of the Social Service Depart- 
ment it has been possible to follow the patients in their homes 
and to insure their regular attendance at the clinics. This is of 
particular importance in the clinic devoted to the treatment of 
congenital syphilis. It is often difficult and at times impossible 
to make the parents of these unfortunate children realize the 
importance of continued observation and treatment after the 
initial symptoms have subsided. 

During the last few years it has been demonstrated that light 
of short wave lengths, as supplied by direct sunlight and the 
mercury vapor quartz lamp, has a distinct therapeutic value in 
certain conditions, such as rickets and tuberculosis. It seems 
desirable to conduct investigations to determine to what degree 
light treatment may be of practical value in the treatment of 
various diseases. Due to the co-operation of the Civic Federa- 
tion, quartz lamps will be used in the Out-Patient Department 
of the Hospital in order that this problem may be investigated. 

The laboratory was completed in September, and was in 
operation about the middle of October. A well-equipped 
laboratory connected directly with the Hospital provides an 
opportunity to use freely methods of diagnosis impossible 
without adequate laboratory facilities in close connection with 
the Hospital. Another function of importance is to make 
possible investigations of obscure disease conditions. Work of 
this kind is time-consuming and not always fruitful, but the 

[83] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

field of pediatrics offers a large number of problems which can 
be investigated only in a well-organized institution. Such work 
cannot fail to add to the usefulness of the Hospital. The Hos- 
pital is very fortunate in having as its Laboratory Director, Dr. 
James L. Gamble, formerly Associate in Pediatrics at Johns 
Hopkins Medical School. * 

One of the most difficult problems confronting the Medical 
Department is the treatment of diabetes, which in young in- 
dividuals is always severe and usually fatal within a few years. 
The discovery of the active principle of the internal secretion 
of the pancreas by Banting gives a ray of hope on an otherwise 
gloomy outlook. As experience with this remedy is extended, 
it may be possible to contribute largely to the comfort of these 
patients, and perhaps to prolong considerably their lives. 

It seems desirable to mention the very efficient nursing sup- 
plied by the Training School. This represents one of our greatest 
assets, and contributes largely to the comfort and recovery of 
sick patients. 



Medical Cases treated in the Out-Patient 
Department 

Congenital Malformations 

Branchial cyst I 

Cleft palate 4 

Congenital stricture of larynx 
Congenital pulmonary stenosis 
Harelip .... 
Harelip and cleft palate 
Hermaphroditism 

Spina bifida 3 

Tongue-tie 1 



14 



Diseases of the Newborn 

Prematurity .... 

Hemorrhagic disease of newborn 



Diseases of Nutrition 

Inanition 312 

Rickets 303 

Scurvy 96 



711 



[84 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 



Diseases of Nose, Throat, Larynx and Trachea 



Epistaxis 








. 6 


Deviated septum 








9 


Nasal polyp 








i 


Adenoids 








132 


Hay fever 








2 


Nasopharyngitis 








923 


Peritonsillar abscess 








2 


Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils 








270 


Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils and adenoids 








389 


Tonsillitis 








408 


Frontal sinusitis 








8 


Laryngitis 








20 


Tracheitis 








10 



Diseases of Bronchi, Lungs and Pleura 

Abscess of lung . 
Asthma 
Bronchitis 
Bronchiectasis 
Pneumonia, lobar 
Pneumonia, broncho 
Pleurisy, dry 
Pleurisy, serous . 
Pleurisy, purulent 
Tracheobronchial adenitis 



1 

69 

517 
1 

56 
26 

3 

1 

4 

10 



2,180 



678 



Diseases of the Digestive Tract 

Difficult dentition 

Carious teeth 

Alveolar abscess . 

Stomatitis 

Geographic tongue 

Retropharyngeal abscess 

Stricture of esophagus 

Regulation of feeding 

Pyloric spasm 

Pyloric stenosis . 

Recurrent vomiting . 

Indigestion, general 

Indigestion, overfeeding (as a whole) 

Indigestion, fat . 

Indigestion, carbohydrate 

Indigestion with fermentation 

Infectious diarrhea 

Appendicitis 

Colitis 

Impacted colon . 



22 
240 

9 

82 

1 

3 

2 

967 

23 
6 
24 
178 
24 
13 
47 
96 
16 
12 

3 

1 



85 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Diseases of the Digestive Tract — Concluded 

Constipation 151 

Gastroenteritis 5 

Foreign body in gastrointestinal tract 1 

Prolapse of rectum . 4 

Anal fistula 5 

Pilonidal sinus 2 

Intestinal parasites 50 

Intussusception I 

Infectious jaundice 32 

Hirschsprung's disease I 

Banti's disease 1 

Umbilical hernia 53 

Inguinal hernia 20 

2,095 

Diseases of the Genito-Urinary System 

Nephritis 24 

Pyelitis 122 

Enuresis 149 

Renal stone 2 

Vaginitis 16 

Balanitis 1 

Urinary disturbances, unclassified 16 

Phimosis 66 

Hydrocele 7 

Hypospadias . I 

Undescended testes 8 

Mastitis 1 



Diseases of the Circulatory System 

Acute endocarditis II 

Congenital heart disease 31 

Chronic valvular disease j6 

Myocarditis I 

Pericarditis, serous . . .1 

Anemia 37 

Leukemia, lymphatic 2 



Specific Infectious Diseases 

Typhoid fever 2 

Rheumatic fever 30 

Malaria ' 5 

Congenital syphilis i 61 

Influenza 5 

Scarlet fever 9 

Diphtheria, faucial 16 

Diphtheria, nasal 5 

f861 



413 



159 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 



Specific Infectious Diseases — Concluded 

Measles 

Measles, German 
Whooping cough . 
Chicken pox 
Mumps 



Tuberculosis 

Pulmonary .... 
Miliary .... 

Tuberculosis of peritoneum 
Tuberculosis of spine . 
Tuberculosis of hip 



32 

4 
121 

32 
16 



73 
2 
2 
2 

1 



338 



80 



Diseases of the Nervous System 

Chorea . 

Defective speech . 

Encephalitis 

Epilepsy 

Feeble-mindedness 

Habit spasm 

Hydrocephalus 

Hypertonia . 

Hysteria 

Idiocy, unclassified 

Idiocy, amaurotic 

Idiocy, Mongolian 

Idiocy, microcephalic 

Meningitis, meningococcus 

Meningitis, tuberculous 

Nervous child 

Neuralgia 

Night terror 

Paralysis, facial . 

Paralysis, infantile 

Paralysis, obstetric 

Paralysis, post-diphtheritic 

Paralysis, spastic 

Reflex convulsions 

Spasmophilia 



Diseases of the Skin 



75 

8 

3 
25 
21 

32 

9 

2 

4 

5 

1 

9 

2 

7 
10 

23 
3 
4 

2 

32 

4 

5 

7 

23 

24 



Acne 


2 


Alopecia areata 


14 


Chilblains 


1 


Dermatitis 


39 


Dermatitis venenata 


. . . .10 



340 



87] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Diseases of the Skin — Concluded 

Eczema 

Epidermophyton . 

Erysipelas 

Furunculosis 

Heat rash 

Herpes . 

Impetigo contagiosa 

Insect bites . 

Intertrigo 

Lupus . 

Molluscum contagiosa 

Neevi 

Paronychia . 

Pediculosis capitis 

Pemphigus . 

Pityriasis rosea . 

Pompholyx . 

Prickly heat 

Psoriasis 

Ringworm 

Scabies 

Seborrhea 

Staphylococcus infection of skin 

Urticaria 

Vitiligo . 

Warts . 



Diseases of the Bones, Joints and Muscles 

Infectious arthritis 

Myositis 

Epiphysitis 

Periostitis 

Scoliosis 

Torticollis 



3°S 
4 

2 

38 

4 

7 

197 

17 
35 
2 
2 
2 
3 

15 
1 
1 
1 

3 
8 

36 
88 

19 
1 

47 
1 

4 



7 
2 

1 

2 

17 

4 



909 



33 



Diseases of the Eye and Ear 

Blepharitis . 
Conjunctivitis 
Corneal ulcer 
Cyst of eyelid 
Eye strain 
Foreign body in eye 
Hordeolum . 
Keratitis 
Nystagmus . 
Ptosis of eyelid . 
Strabismus . 



12 

25 
I 
I 

7 
1 
12 
2 
1 
1 
9 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 



Diseases of the Eye and Ear — Concluded 

Impacted cerumen 4 

Mastoiditis 11 

Otitis media 505 

Diseases of the Lymphatic System 

Lymphadenitis, cervical 132 

Lymphadenitis, inguinal I 

Lymphadenitis, mediastinal 2 

Lymphadenitis, mesenteric 8 



Unclassified 

Abscess, unclassified . 

Acid intoxication 

Anaphylaxis, food 

Angioneurotic edema . 

Arsenic poisoning 

Cretinism 

Backward development 

Diabetes insipidus 

Diabetes mellitus 

Enlarged thymus 

Hematoma . 

Hypopituitarism . 

Hyperthyroidism 

Masturbation 

Obesity 

Purpura 

Regulation of habits . 

Regulation of hygiene 

Vaccination . 

Left before treated 

No disease . 

Referred to other departments 



592 



— 143 



9 
6 

9 
5 
1 

4 
3 
4 
1 
8 
3 
3 
1 
12 

9 

10 

3 

13 
597 

29 
121 

9 
860 



Total 9,553 

New cases 4>7 2 5 

Secondary diagnosis 4,828 

9.553 



Medical Diseases treated in the Wards 
Congenital Malformation 

Spina bifida 2 



89 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Diseases of Nutrition 

Rickets 5 

Inanition 5 

Diseases of the Nose, Throat, Larynx and Trachea 

Adenoids 1 

Epistaxis 1 

Nasopharyngitis 15 

Peritonsillar abscess 2 

Retropharyngeal abscess 1 

Chronic -hypertrophy of tonsils 3 

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils and adenoids . . . 30 

Tonsillitis 9 

Frontal sinusitis I 



Diseases of Bronchi, Lungs and Pleura 

Asthma 

Bronchitis . " . 
Pneumonia, lobar 
Pneumonia, broncho 
Pleurisy, dry 
Pleurisy, serous . 
Pleurisy, purulent 
Thickened pleura 



13 

20 
92 
11 

2 
2 

10 
1 



10 



63 



151 



Diseases of the Digestive Tract 

Carious teeth 

Stomatitis 

Stricture of esophagus 

Regulation of feeding 

Pyloric spasm 

Recurrent vomiting . 

Nervous vomiting 

Indigestion, general 

Indigestion, carbohydrate 

Indigestion with fermentation 

Infectious diarrhea 

Appendicitis 

Colitis . 

Constipation 

Gastroenteritis 

Enteroptosis 

Intestinal parasites 

Cirrhosis of liver 

Infectious jaundice 



1 

2 

I 

II 

I 

4 

2 

13 
1 

1 
6 
7 
3 
2 

3 

2 

3 
3 
3 



69 



90 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 



Diseases of the Genito-Urinary System 

Nephritis .... 
Perinephritic abscess . 
Pyelitis .... 

Enuresis .... 
Paralysis of bladder from cord injury 
Renal stone .... 
Adrenal tumor 



Diseases of the Circulatory System 

Acute endocarditis 
Congenital heart disease 
Chronic valvular disease 
Myocarditis 
Pericarditis, dry . 
Pericarditis, serous 
Anemia 

Leukemia, lymphatic 
Infectious mononucleosis 



Specific Infectious Diseases 

Typhoid fever 
Rheumatic fever 
Congenital syphilis 
Influenza 

Diphtheria, faucial 
Diphtheria, nasal 
Pertussis 



Tuberculosis 

Pulmonary tuberculosis 

Miliary 

Tuberculous dactylitis 



35 
i 

13 
2 
1 
2 
1 



10 
1 

62 

10 
18 
2 
6 
6 
2 



3 
11 

10 

1 
2 

4 

1 



14 
2 
1 



55 



117 



32 



17 



Diseases of the Nervous System 

Cerebral abscess 

Cerebral hemorrhage 

Cerebral tumor . 

Chorea . 

Encephalitis 

Epilepsy 

Feeble-mindedness 

Hydrocephalus . 

Idiocy . 

Idiocy, amaurotic 



1 

5 

3 

29 

12 

14 

3 

2 

2 

1 



9i 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Diseases of the Nervous System — Concluded 

Idiocy, Mongolian 
Lenticular degeneration 
Meningitis, meningococcus 
Meningitis, streptococcus . 
Meningitis, tuberculous 
Mental retardation 
Neuritis .... 

Night terror 
Paralysis, facial . 
Paralysis, infantile 
Paralysis, obstetric 
Paralysis post-diphtheritic 
Paralysis, spastic 
Progressive muscular atrophy 
Reflex convulsions 
Spasmophilia 
Transverse myelitis 



I 

I 

II 

4 
17 
7 
3 
1 
1 
15 
3 

3 

2 

12 

1 
1 



158 



Diseases of the Skin 

Eczema 4 

Derma calcificata I 

Dermatitis I 

Scabies I 

Diseases of Bones, Joints and Muscles 

Arthritis '9 

Osteomyelitis I 



10 



Diseases of the Eye 



Conjunctivitis 
Keratitis 



Diseases of the Ear 

Mastoiditis I 

Otitis media 20 

Diseases of the Lymphatic System 

Lymphadenitis, cervical . . . 3 

Lymphadenitis, mediastinal 2 

Lymphadenitis, mesenteric 



21 



6 



92 ] 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 



Unclassified 



Acid intoxication 

Delicate child 

Diabetes insipidus 

Diabetes mellitus 

Hyperthyroidism 

Obesity 

Purpura 

Strychnia poisoning 

No disease . 



9 
i 

2 

II 

I 

2 

9 

i 

4 



40 



Total 



760 



New cases 
Secondary diagnosis 



573 
187 



760 



93] 



Surgical Department 



DURING the past year a baby about two weeks old was 
brought to the Hospital, deeply jaundiced and terribly 
weak and emaciated. It was evident that the bile could 
not pass out from the liver into the bowel as it normally should. 
The only chance of saving the baby from death by slow poisoning 
and starvation lay in making some outlet for the bile. An 
operation was performed. The gall bladder and the stomach 
were connected together, giving a roundabout passage to take 
the place of the massive normal passage for the bile. The baby 
is well. 

Another baby a few days old came in to the Hospital with 
persistent vomiting. The X-ray showed that no food whatever 
left the stomach. An operation revealed the fact that there 
was no opening in the lower end of the stomach. An opening 
was made connecting the stomach with the bowel and the baby 
is now well. 

These cases illustrate some of the rare conditions which the 
Hospital is called upon to treat. 

Among the more common malformations are those of the face, 
especially harelip and cleft palate. Often the mothers scarcely 
recognize their babies after the deformity has been corrected. 
Some of the children have been brought from distant parts of 
New England, where they have been kept secluded and without 
opportunity for education. 

These are among the somewhat spectacular conditions. But 
from the viewpoint of practical usefulness to the community, the 
Hospital does an immense good in the cure of hernia in children. 
Year after year nearly 200 patients are operated upon for this 
condition. They are permanently cured of a condition which, 
if untreated, would at times become a source of danger to life, 
and would always be a physical handicap. 

It is fitting to call attention to the conditions which account 
for death in those patients who die at the Hospital. Infections 
of different kinds occurring under various conditions are respon- 
sible for most of these deaths. Sixty-six children with empyema 

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SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 

or abscess in the chest following pneumonia were treated dur- 
ing the past year. Nine of these children died. Yet with rare 
exceptions, empyema is a complication of pneumonia attrib- 
utable directly to lack of fresh air and sunshine in the home. 
As has been pointed out before, the condition will be a common 
one until unhygienic housing conditions are eliminated. 

Many children were treated for appendicitis. The risks of 
delay in acute cases and the dangers involved in purging these 
children cannot be emphasized too strongly. 

Twenty-eight patients with intussusception were operated 
upon. There were four deaths among these. A larger number 
of patients were treated than ever before, and with less mortality. 
But there must still be many babies who die from this condition, 
where the physician is called too late. This most terrible sur- 
gical emergency of infancy and early childhood can be cured 
only by very prompt surgical intervention. 

The Surgical Department gratefully acknowledges its in- 
debtedness to the Social Service workers, and to those whose 
co-operation has made possible the continuance of their work 
without interruption. 



Surgical Diseases treated in the Out-Patient 
Department 
Respiratory System 



Asthma 

Bronchitis 

Empyema 

Lung abscess 

Nasopharyngitis 

Pleurisy, serous 

Pneumonia, broncho 



I 

2 

31 

I 

5 

1 

3 



Alimentary System 

Tonsillitis 36 

Hypertrophy of tonsils 17 

Hypertrophy of tonsils and adenoids 8 

Hypertrophy of adenoids I 

Peritonsillar abscess I 

Retropharyngeal abscess 11 

Dental caries I 

Stomatitis 2 

Pyloric stenosis 4 

Pyloric spasm 1 

Indigestion (chronic intestinal) 2 

[95] 



44 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Alimentary System — Concluded 



Regulation of feeding 














6 


Acute appendicitis 














3i 


Chronic appendicitis . 
Tuberculous peritonitis 
Peritoneal abscess 














23 
5 

1 


Mesenteric adenitis 














4 


Intestinal parasites 














1 


Foreign body in gastrointestina 


1 tract 












H 


Intussusception . 














10 


Constipation 
Rectal abscess 














3 
1 


Rectal stricture . 














1 


Rectal- polyp 
Prolapse of rectum 










• 




3 

22 


Anal fistula .... 














4 


Hemorrhoids 














1 



Genito-Urinary System 

Nephritis, acute 

Pyelitis 

Phimosis 

Adherent clitoris 

Enuresis 

Balanitis 

Hydrocele 

Vaginitis 

Renal stone . 

Fistula of bladder 

Undescended testes 

Abscess of breast 

Mastitis 



Lymphatic System 

Lymphadenitis, axillary 
Lymphadenitis, axillary with abscess 
Lymphadenitis, cervical 
Lymphadenitis, cervical with abscess 
Lymphadenitis, femoral 
Lymphadenitis, femoral with abscess 
Lymphadenitis, inguinal . 
Lymphadenitis, inguinal with abscess 



2 
6 
330 
3 
7 
10 

49 

7 

1 
1 

25 

1 
1 



14 

4 

297 

26 
6 
2 



15 
1 



Cardio-Vascular System 

Hemorrhagic disease of newborn . 2 

Purpura hemorrhagica I 

Dilated external jugular vein I 

Varicose veins (legs) I 



214 



150 



365 



96 



SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 



Skin and Cellular Tissues 

Contractures from burns 

Dermatitis . 

Eczema 

Elephantiasis 

Furunculosis 

Herpes, simplex 

Impetigo contagiosa 

Ingrowing toenail 

Insect bite . 

Lupus erythematosis 

Paronychia . 

Pediculosis . 

Pneumatocele of neck 

Psoriasis 

Scabies . 

Sunburn 

Verucca vulgaris 



3 
i 
8 
i 

42 
1 

21 
3 
4 
1 
8 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



120 



Osseous System 

Alveolar abscess 6 

Arthritis 1 

Epiphysitis of femur . .2 

Exostosis of humerus I 

Osteomyelitis 7 

Periostitis 3 

Scoliosis 2 

Tuberculous dactylitis I 

Tuberculosis of hip 3 



26 



Muscles, Tendons and Fascia 

Abscess of abdominal wall 1 

Abscess of chest wall I 

Bursitis, knee . .1 

Bursitis, heels - I 

Tenosynovitis 8 

Tuberculosis of fascia 1 



Hernia 

Inguinal . . . . 195 

Inguinal and umbilical 9 

Umbilical jj 

Epigastric I 

Ventral ■ ■ • . .2 



13 



284 



97 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Congenital Malformations 

Absence of thumbs I 

Asymmetry of head 2 

Branchial cyst 6 

Contracted thumbs I 

Cleft palate 20 

Harelip 11 

Harelip and cleft palate 15 

Hypospadias 12 

Malformation of ear 3 

Obliteration of bile duct I 

Polydactylism 6 

Spina bifida 18 

Sprengels deformity 1 

Tight frenum of upper lip 2 

Thyroglossal cyst 4 

Tongue-tie 19 

Torticollis 2 

Nervous System 

Hydrocephalus 2 

Meningitis, meningococcus . .1 

Paralysis, infantile 3 

Paralysis, obstetric 2 

Tetany I 

Tumors 

Hemangiomata and nsevi 72 

Cephalhematoma 1 

Lipomata 18 

Lymphangioma of scrotum 1 

Teratoma of buttock 1 

Sarcoma of kidney 3 

Cyst of kidney 1 

Neuroblastoma adrena with metastasis in skull 1 

Neuroblastoma of omentum 1 

Umbilical polyp 3 

Umbilical granuloma 1 

Diseases of the Eye 

Chalazion 3 

Ecchymosis of eyelid 2 

Dacryocystitis 1 

Ptosis of eyelid 2 

Ulcer of eye 1 

Diseases of the Ear 

Mastoiditis 2 

Otitis media 18 

[98] 



124 



103 



20 



SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 



General Injuries 



Abrasions 

Burns . 

Concussion . 

Contusions . 

Contracture of ringer (traumatic) 

Dislocation of elbow 

Dislocation of wrist 

Dislocation of costal cartilage 

Dog bite 

Foreign body in nostril 

Foreign body in mouth 

Foreign body in eye . 

Foreign body in scalp 

Foreign body in cheek 

Foreign body in hand 

Foreign body in knee 

Foreign body in foot . 

Foreign body in buttock 

Hematoma . 

Rat bite 

Scald of arm 

Scald of knee 

Sprain of elbow 

Sprain of wrist 

Sprain of shoulder 

Sprain of neck 

Sprain of knee 

Sprain of ankle 

Synovitis (traumatic) 

Lacerated wounds of head, face, neck and mouth 

Lacerated wounds of upper extremity 

Lacerated wounds of lower extremity 

Lacerated wounds of trunk 



25 

29 

2 

35 
1 
1 
1 

2 

10 
6 
2 
2 
1 
1 

3 
2 

4 
1 

18 

1 
2 

1 

7 

8 

2 

1 

7 

5 

5 

5i 

37 

25 

5 



303 



Fractures 

Fracture 
Fracture 
Fracture 
Fracture 
Fracture 
Fracture 
Fracture 
Fracture 
Fracture 
Fracture 
Fracture 
Fracture 
Fracture 
Fracture 



of skull 

of jaw with necrosis 

of nasal bones 

of humerus . 

of ulna . 

of radius 

of radius and ulna 

of metacarpal 

of clavicle 

of femur 

of great trochanter 

of tibia 

of tibia and fibula 

of metatarsal 



6 
1 

2 
43 

7 
29 
20 

4 
49 
12 

1 
11 

5 
6 



199 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 
Fractures — Concluded 

Separation of epiphysis of humerus 5 

Separation of epiphysis of radius . . . 3 

Separation of epiphysis of femur . . . 1 

205 

Infections 

Abscess of head, face, neck and mouth 42 

Abscess of upper extremity 14 

Abscess of lower extremity .... . . . . 18 

Abscess of trunk . . . . . ... . . .16 

Abscess, multiple 3 

Cellulitis 8 

Erysipelas 9 

Mumps 1 

Omphalitis 4 

Septicemia . . . . I 

Septic wounds of head, face, neck and mouth . . . .10 

Septic wound of upper extremity 19 

Septic wounds of lower extremity . . ... . .11 

Septic wounds of trunk . .2 

Trophic ulcer of buttocks with ischiorectal cellulitis . . .1 

159 

Unclassified 

Rickets 7 

Scurvy 2 

No disease 24 

Transferred to other departments of the Hospital . . . 22 
Left before treated 30 

- 8 5 

New cases 2,098 

Secondary diagnosis 139 

Total 2,237 



Out-Patient Department Operations 



Circumcision 

Wound suture 

Incision and drainage of abscesses and septic wounds 
Excision of 

Wen . 

Foreign body 

Nail .' . 

Lymphangioma 

Cyst . 
Cauterization 
Reduction of fractures 
Liquid air treatment . 



281 

45 
211 

2 
9 
4 
1 
1 

3 

27 

230 



100] 



814 



SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 



Surgical Diseases treated in the Wards 







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66 


55 


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I 


9 


1 


Empyema with lung abscess 


2 


1 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Pleurisy, serous 


1 


1 














6 


4 


- 


- 


I 


1 


- 




1 


1 


- 


* — 


- 


- 


- 




2 


2 














1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




1 


1 












Total, 80 cases 
















Alimentary System 
















Stomatitis 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Foreign body in esophagus 




1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils and 


ade- 
















noids 




20 


20 












Tonsillitis (acute) 




7 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


Retropharyngeal abscess . 




15 


15 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Pyloric stenosis .... 




19 


15 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


Pyloric stenosis with peritonitis 






- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


Acute appendicitis .... 




61 


58 


- 


- 


- 


2 


1 


Chronic appendicitis . 




45 


42 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


Peritonitis, general 






1 












Peritonitis, pneumococcus 






1 












Peritonitis, streptococcus . 






- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


Peritonitis, tuberculous 




8 


6 


- 


- 


I 




- 


Peritonitis with omphalitis 






- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


Peritoneal abscess 




2 


1 


- 


- 


- 




- 


Peritoneal abscess with erysipelas 






- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


Tuberculous abscess of omentum 






1 












Abdominal abscess 




2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Regulation of feeding 






1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Indigestion 






1 












Constipation .... 




2 


2 












Intussusception .... 




28 


23 


- 


- 


- 


4 


1 


Intestinal obstruction 




6 


2 


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4 





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Alimentary System — Concluded 

Intestinal adhesions 
Gastroenteritis 
Abscess of liver 
Megalocolon 
Stricture of anus 
Fistula of anus 
Prolapse of rectum 
Ischiorectal abscess 
Rectal polyp 

Total, 247 cases 



Genito-Urinary System 

Abscess of kidney 
Ruptured kidney 
Renal calculus 
Hematuria 
Enuresis 
Pyelitis . 
Pyuria . 
Cystitis 
Patent urachus 
Ulcer of penis 
Phimosis 
Hydrocele 
Undescended testes 
Stricture of urethra 
Abscess of breast 
Abscess of labia . 

Total, 84 cases 

Lymphatic System 

Lymphadenitis, axillary .... 
Lymphadenitis, cervical .... 
Lymphadenitis with pneumonia and men- 
ingitis 

Lymphadenitis, femoral .... 
Lymphadenitis, inguinal .... 



12 



19 

24 

2 

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2 



5 
108 

1 
1 

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1 

11 

1 

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19 

23 
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105 



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Lymphadenitis, mesenteric 
Hodgkins disease 
Lympho-blastoma 

Total, 

Cardio-Vascular System 

Hemorrhagic disease of newbon 
Hemophilia .... 
Cerebral hemorrhage . 
Post-operative hemorrhage 
Hemorrhage of vagina 
Purpura hemorrhagica 
Venous aneurysm 
Pericarditis (acute) 

Total 

Skin and Cellular Tissues 

Contractures from burns 
Furunculosis 
Tuberculous ulcer of cheek 

Wen 

Keloid 

Mole 

Total 

Osseous System 

Osteomyelitis of frontal bone 
Osteomyelitis of malar bone 
Osteomyelitis of jaw . 
Osteomyelitis of radius 
Osteomyelitis of femur 
Osteomyelitis of tibia 
Osteomyelitis of metatarsal 
Osteomyelitis of Os Calcis . 
Osteomyelitis of ribs . 
Osteomyelitis, multiple 


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3 
1 
1 

7 
8 

2 

3 
1 
1 

2 

1 

10 
2 
1 
1 

2 
2 

1 
1 

2 
1 

5 
3 
1 

1 
2 

1 


3 
1 
1 

4 
6 

2 

3 
1 
1 
2 
1 

9 
2 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 

2 
1 
5 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 


I 


- 


I 


3 
1 


I 

2 



103 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Surgical Diseases 



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Osseous System — Concluded 

Ankylosis of hip . 
Iliac abscess 
Alveolar abscess . 
Tuberculosis of spine 
Tuberculosis of hip 
Synovitis of knee 

Total, 32 cases 

Nervous System 

Cerebral abscess . 

Edema of arachnoid 

Hydrocephalus 

Acute encephalitis with broncho-pneu 

monia 
Neurasthenia 
Jacksonian epilepsy 
Infantile paralysis 
Obstetrical paralysis 
Paralysis of external popliteal nerve 

Total, 21 cases 

Hernia 

Inguinal ... 

Umbilical 

Umbilical and epigastric 

Epigastric 

Ventral .... 

Total, 172 cases 



Congenital Malformations 

Cleft palate . 
Harelip .... 
Harelip and cleft palate 
Branchial cyst 
Thyroglossal cyst 
Malformation of nose 
Malformation of ear . 



154 

2 
1 

2 



66 

5i. 

2 
2 

3 

1 
2 



149 

12 

1 

1 

2 



63 

50 

2 

3 
1 

2 



104 



SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 



Surgical Diseases 



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Congenital Malformations 

Contracture of thumb 
Syndactylism 
Polydactylism 
Club-foot 
Spina bifida . 
Unilateral hypertrophy 
Hypospadias 
Atresia of anus 
Ectopic anus 
Exstrophy of bladder . 



Con. 



Total, 178 cases 



Tumors 

Hemangiomata 

Lipomata 

Cerebral tumor 

Cerebral cyst 

Sublingual cyst 

Teratoma of buttock . 

Cyst of ulna 

Osteochondroma of hand 

Sarcoma of kidney 

Neuroblastoma of adrenal glands 

Cystic kidney 

Embryoma of kidney . 

Cyst of omentum 

Sarcoma of liver . 

Sarcoma of pelvic bone 



Total, 51 cases 



Muscles, Tendons and Fascia 

Bursitis 

Ganglion 

Muscular atony . 



Total, 6 cases 



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4 


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29 


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Burns .... 
Concussion of brain 
Contusions . 
Dislocation of elbow . 
Dog bite 

Foreign body in buttock 
Foreign body in knee . 
Foreign body in foot . 
Infected wounds . 
Lacerated wounds 
Sprain of shoulder 
Severed tendon . 
Traumatic shock . 

Fractures 



Total, 54 cases 



Fracture of skull . 

Fracture of jaw . 

Fracture of clavicle 

Fracture of ribs . 

Fracture of pelvis and spine 

Fracture of humerus 

Fracture of radius 

Fracture of radius and ulna 

Fracture of femur 

Fracture of tibia . 

Fracture of tibia and fibula 

Fracture of fibula 

Separation of epiphysis of humerus 

Total, 57 cases 

Infections 

Abscess of head, face, neck and mouth 

Abscess of upper extremity 

Abscess of lower extremity 

Abscess of trunk .... 

Multiple abscesses 

Multiple abscesses with septicemia 

Cellulitis 



17 
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Erysipelas 

Epiphysitis of knee 

Epiphysitis of femur 

Epiphysitis of femur with septicemia 
Epiphysitis of humerus with gluteal 

abscess 

Septicemia 

Omphalitis 

Total, 36 cases 

Diseases of the Eye and Ear 

Conjunctivitis 

Otitis media 

Mastoiditis 



Total, 8 cases 



General Diseases 

Influenza 
Diphtheria . 
Scarlet fever 
Malnutrition 
Scurvy . 
No disease 



Total, 9 cases 



Total cases treated IJ54 

Secondary diagnosis 53 

1,207 



Discharged well or relieved .... 

Discharged unrelieved 

Discharged untreated 

Discharged to other departments or hospitals 

Dead ... 

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Surgical Operating Room Report 



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Abdominal Operations 

Laparatomy for 

Appendicitis 

Drainage of appendix abscess . 

Drainage for appendicitis with peritonitis 

Drainage for peritonitis, general 

Drainage for peritonitis, pneumococcus . 

Drainage for peritonitis, streptococcus . 

Drainage for peritonitis with omphalitis 

Tuberculous peritonitis .... 

Drainage for peritoneal abscess 

Exploratory for peritoneal abscess . 

Enterostomy for peritonitis, general 

Enterostomy for intestinal obstruction . 

Exploratory for intestinal obstruction 

Freeing of adhesions for intestinal obstruction 

Resection of small intestines for intestinal obstruction 
Sarcoma of pelvis with intestinal obstruction 
Reduction of intussusception .... 
Reduction with resection of Meckel's diverticulum for intussu 

tion 

Exploratory for abdominal tumor . . . . - , 

Exploratory for ovarian tumor 

Exploratory for sarcoma of supra-renal glands 

Operations for Hernia 

Repair of inguinal hernia . . 155 

Repair of umbilical hernia • . • . 15 

Repair of epigastric hernia I 

Repair of ventral hernia . . . 2 

Operations of the Digestive Tract 
Excision of 

Sublingual cyst I 

Rectal polyp 2 

Fistula in ano 3 

Specimen for sarcoma of liver 1 

Incision and drainage of 

Retropharyngeal abscess . . . 16 

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13 
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2 
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1 
1 

3 
6 
1 
1 

2 
2 
2 
1 
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22 

1 
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— 156 



Abscess of liver . 

Ischiorectal abscess 
Cholecystotomy for 

Cholelithiasis 
Proctoscopy for 

Colitis . 

Polyp . 



173 



108 



SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 

Pylorotomy for 

Pyloric stenosis . . 16 

Plastic for 

Rectal stricture 3 

Prolapse of rectum I 

Dilatation for 

Rectal stricture 2 

Cauterization for 

Prolapse of rectum I 

Extraction of 

Teeth 3 

Operations on the Genito-Urinary System 

Cystoscopy 20 

Nephropexy for 

Pyelitis I 

Nephrectomy for 

Hydronephrosis . . . .1 

Peri-nephritic abscess 1 

Sarcoma of kidney 2 

Plastic for 

Hypospadias 12 

Excision of Bartholins gland I 

Excision of 

Sebaceous cyst of labia majora I 

Cyst of kidney 1 

Patent urachus 1 

Hydrocele . . 14 

Dilatation for 

Stricture of urethra 3 

Orchidopexy for 

Undescended testes . . . 18 

Circumcision 13 



56 



89 



Operations on the Skin and Cellular Tissues 
Excision of 

Angioma 

Lipoma 

Foreign body 

Mole . 

Cyst of foot 

Cyst of neck 

Keloid . 
Plastic for 

Contracture from burns 

Dog bite 
Manipulation for 

Contracture from burns 
Cauterization for 

Angioma 



. 12 

• 3 

4 

2 

2 
. 11 



109 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Electrolysis for 

Angioma I 

Incision and curettage of 

Subcutaneous calcified plaques I 

Incision and drainage of 

Abscesses 27 

Abscess of abdominal wall I 

Cellulitis 2 

Furuncle 1 

Septic wounds 1.4 

Wound sutures 3 

Skin grafts 10 



Operations for the Lymphatic System 
Adenectomy for 

Cervical lymphadenitis 
Inguinal lymphadenitis 
Hodgkin's disease 



Exploratory for 

Mesenteric tumor 
Drainage of mesenteric lymphadenitis 

Suppurative lymphadenitis cervical 

Femoral lymphadenitis 

Axillary lymphadenitis 

Popliteal lymphadenitis 

Inguinal lymphadenitis 
Tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy 

Tonsillectomy 

Adenoidectomy . 



39 
1 

2 

1 

1 

64 

1 

4 

1 
8 

19 
1 

3 



Operations on the Bones, Joints, Muscles and Tdndons 

Excision of 

Cyst of ulna 1 

Chondroma of feet 1 

Ganglion 1 

Incision and drainage for 

Synovitis 3 

Periostitis 1 

Epiphysitis 4 

Osteomyelitis 9 

Alveolar abscess 1 

Sequestrotomy for 

Osteomyelitis 5 

Plastic for 

Osteomyelitis 1 

Exploration of flexor muscles of forearm for 

Tumor 1 

Partial amputation for 

Lacerated wound of thumb 1 



89 



145 



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Suturing of tendons . 
Tendon transplantation 
Exploratory for 

Depressed fracture of skull 
Reduction of 

Fractures . . . . 
Curettage of bone cyst for 

Fracture . 
Plastic for fracture 
Refracture for 

Fracture . . . . 



29 

1 

1 



64 



Operations for Deformities and Congenital Malformations 

Plastic for 

Cleft palate 66 

Harelip 48 

Malformation of ear 2 

Syndactylism 5 

Spina bifida 12 

Excision for 

Thyroglossal cyst 3 

Branchial cyst 2 

Posterior gastroenterostomy for 

Malformation of stomach 1 

Amputation for 

Polydactylism 4 

Correction of 

Club-foot 1. 

Ileostomy for 

Atresia of anus . . . 1 

Correction of 

Malformation of nose 1 



Operations for the Nervous System 

Decompression for 

Cerebellar cyst 1 

Brain abscess 2 

Hydrocephalus I 

Edema of the arachnoid 1 

Cistern tap for 

Meningitis I 

Lumbar puncture I 

Ventricular puncture for 

Hydrocephalus I 

Incision and drainage of 

Brain abscess I 

Suture of old wound for 

Brain abscess I 

Exploratory for 

Cerebellar tumor I 

[ill] 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Nerve suture for 

Obstetrical paralysis I 

Myotomy for 

Obstetrical paralysis I 

I3 

Thoracic Operations 

Rib resection for 

Abscess of chest wall I 

Abscess of lung 2 

Empyema 39 

Mozingo operation for 

Empyema 23 

Thoracotomy for 

Empyema 5 

Decortication for 

Empyema 2 

Exploration for 

Empyema 2 

Thoracentesis for 

Empyema 1 

Abscess of lung 1 

76 
Cardio- Vascular Operations 

Transfusion of blood for 

Abscess of liver 1 

Anemia 9 

Colitis 1 

Hemophilia 4 

Hemorrhagic disease of newborn 1 

Lymphatic leukemia 7 

Purpura 13 

Post-operative hemorrhage 3 

Suturing for post-operative hemorrhage I 

Packing for post-operative hemorrhage 2 

Cauterization of septum for 

Purpura 1 

Exploratory for 

Venous aneurysm . . .1 

Ligation of jugular vein for 

Venous aneurysm 1 

Excision of 

Venous aneurysm 1 

Varicose veins 1 

47 

Aural Operations 

Drainage for 

Mastoiditis 8 



Total number of operations I >°S9 

Total number of etherizations 1,051 

[112] 



Orthopedic Department 



CHILDREN suffering from bone and joint disease or 
crippled by infantile paralysis continue to make their 
eager appeal for relief to the Orthopedic Department of 
The Children's Hospital. The acute cases demand wise surgery 
and specialized watchful after-treatment in the wards and Out- 
Patient Department. A large proportion are chronic in nature, 
and must be kept long enough in the main hospital or The 
Convalescent Home to assure a straight path to recovery. 
After discharge they must make repeated visits to the afternoon 
clinics for supervision and advice of the orthopedic surgeons. 
Here Miss Merrill and her physiotherapeutic aides coax them 
back to fullest function by massage and skilled muscle training. 
To the Staff, the problems which they present are intensely 
stimulating, because their complete solution is in many cases 
still elusive. Yet no year passes without some real contribution 
to better methods of treatment. We are constantly striving to 
better understand the marked processes, and by careful obser- 
vation and research to discover original essential causes and 
their prevention. No types of disease challenge more sharply 
the best efforts of medical men. 



Dr. Lovett's Resignation 

On November I Dr. Robert W. Lovett resigned as Chief of 
the Orthopedic Department. The loss of his long and distin- 
guished service is a very serious one which cannot be made good. 
His efforts and attainments have made the orthopedic clinic 
of The Children's Hospital respected and honored wherever 
orthopedic surgery is known, and may be said to have actually 
set a standard. His cosmopolitan viewpoint. and his services to 
medical education in general, beyond the confines of his specialty, 
have been of inestimable value to the Hospital. The heritage 
which he leaves must be wisely conserved. He fortunately 
remains Consulting Surgeon to the Hospital. 

[ i*3-l 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Teaching 

It is the firm conviction of most leaders of medical thought 
that the responsibility of teaching in connection with a hospital 
service exerts the strongest influence toward careful treatment 
of patients, and tends toward the greatest individual develop- 
ment of those members of the Staff upon whom this responsi- 
bility falls. 

Owing to a change in the curriculum at the Harvard Medical 
School, effective during the school year of 1922 and 1923, more 
teaching than ever before is being carried out in the wards and 
Out-Patient Departments. An average of fifteen hours a week 
of actual clinical and didactic instruction to undergraduates 
of the third and fourth year of the Harvard Medical School is 
being given by the members of the Orthopedic Staff at the 
Hospital. There is, in addition to this, postgraduate teaching 
of qualified physicians who apply for courses offered by mem- 
bers of the Staff through the Graduate School of Harvard 
University. 

The course of eighteen months offered to graduates who 
intend to specialize in orthopedic surgery is extremely popular. 
This course is given in association with the Harvard Medical 
School and the Massachusetts General Hospital, and provides 
both of them with internes of broad training and mature judg- 
ment. The demand for the course is rapidly increasing. A 
course of twelve lectures on orthopedic surgery is being given 
by members of the Staff to nurses in The Children's Hospital 
Training School. 

Appliance Shop 

The appliance shop has had a successful year, furnishing 
well-made, efficient apparatus at a lower cost to the patients 
and with less waste of time than the commercial appliance 
maker. It seems a necessity to satisfactory service. 

Staff Changes 

In addition to Dr. Lovett's resignation there has been re- 
ceived the resignation of Dr. R. Plato Schwartz as Clinical 
Assistant. Dr. Schwartz has accepted a position as Orthopedic 
Surgeon to the J. N. Adam Memorial Hospital at Perrysburgh, 
N. Y. Many valuable and beautifully executed models were 

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made by Dr. Schwartz while on the Staff, and his energy and 
ingenuity in devising apparatus will be greatly missed. 

Dr. A. H. Brewster has been appointed Junior Assistant 
Surgeon, and Dr. W. F. Cotting and Dr. J. H. Shortell have 
been promoted to this rank from the rank of Clinical Assistants. 

Dr. R. K. Ghormley and Dr. G. K. Carpenter have been 
appointed Clinical Assistants. 

Gifts to the Hospital 

Three Alpine Sunlight lamps have been loaned to the Hospital 
by the Massachusetts Committee of the National Civic Federa- 
tion, and, in conjunction with the Medical Department, a special 
study will be made of their recognized value in the treatment of 
rickets, medical and surgical tuberculosis, and other conditions. 
The Hospital is extremely grateful to the Massachusetts Com- 
mittee of the National Civic Federation for this important 
addition to its therapeutic armamentarium. 

Through the generosity of Mrs. Egdar N. Wrightington, metal 
and glass partial partitions are being placed between the beds 
in the two upper orthopedic wards. It is confidently hoped that 
by keeping the children admitted from personal contact with 
each other for two weeks, there will be much less danger from 
the infectious diseases of childhood, such as scarlet fever and 
measles, which have continued, as during last year, to interfere 
with the health of the patients and seriously cripple the regular 
work of the department. 

The department wishes to express its appreciation of the work 
of the Social Service Department in following up cases and in 
undertaking investigations of the home conditions of patients 
to be admitted, with special reference to contagious diseases. 
The department is extremely helpful, also, in securing proper 
accommodation and after-care for discharged patients. The 
full use of the beds is thus assured and the continuance of 
proper treatment made possible. 



[115 J 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Orthopedic Diseases treated in the Out-Patient 

Department 



Congenital Malformations 

Club-foot, equino varus 
Club-foot, calcaneo valgus 
Pigeon chest 
Protruding sternum 
Contracture of arms 
Torticollis 

Elevation of scapula 
Dislocation of hip 
Hammer toe 
Chondrodystrophy 
Absence of hand and wrist 
Absence of radius 
Absence of fibula 
Spina bifida . 
Scoliosis 
Lordosis 



Rickets and its Deformities 

Rickets, generalized . 

Rickets, knock-knees . 

Rickets, bow-legs 

Rickets, bow-legs and knock-knees 



Disabilities due to Injury or Disease 

Fracture of humerus . 

Fracture of radius 

Fracture of femur 

Fracture of tibia 

Fracture of tibia and fibula 

Dislocation of elbow . 

Dislocation of phalanx of finger 

Dislocation of hip, secondary to arthritis 

Dislocation of patella 

Epiphysitis of tibia 

Epiphysitis of femur . 

Sprain of knee 

Sprain of ankle . 

Contusions of coccyx 

Contusions of ilium 

Old amputation of leg 



46 

39 
1 
1 
1 

20 

1 

13 

3 
2 

1 
1 
1 

3 

1 
1 



54 
43 

84 
2 



135 



183 



22 



116 



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Deformities and Disabilities of Feet 



Adduction of forefoot .... 


6 


Pronated foot 


. 198 


Acute foot strain 


1 


Weak feet 


. 6 


Toe drop 


1 


Toeing in 


1 


Tuberculosis 





Tuberculosis of spine 
Tuberculosis of elbow- 
Tuberculosis of metacarpals 
Tuberculosis of hip 
Tuberculosis of knee . 
Tuberculosis of ankle 
Tuberculous dactylitis 

Non-Tuberculous Arthritis 

Infective arthritis of hip . 
Infective arthritis of knee . 
Infective arthritis of foot . 
Infective arthritis of ankle 
Infective arthritis, multiple 
Osteochondral trophopathy 

Osteomyelitis 

Osteomyelitis of femur 
Osteomyelitis of tibia 
Osteomyelitis of fibula 
Osteomyelitis, multiple 



19 

1 
1 
19 
7 
5 
2 



213 



54 



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Paralysis 

Paralysis, infantile 
Paralysis, spastic 
Paralysis, obstetric 
Paralysis, post-diphtheritic 
Peroneal dystrophy 

Unclassified 

Adiposity 

Brodie's abscess . 

Cellulitis of hand 

Osteochondritis . 

Osteochondroma of finger 

Psoas abscess 

Scoliosis 

Septic wound of hip 

Snapping hip 



14 
21 

4 
1 
1 



1 

3 
1 
1 
1 
1 

5i 
1 

2 



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[117] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 
Unclassified — Concluded 

Syphilis I 

Transverse myelitis I 

Maternal apprehension 2 

No disease 19 

Eloped 4 

Referred to other departments .' 7 

Diagnosis deferred 7 

103 

Total 772 



New cases 747 

Secondary diagnosis 25 



Orthopedic Diseases treated in the Wards 
Congenital Malformations 

Club-foot, equino varus 76 

Club-foot, calcaneo valgus 2 

Dislocation of hip 43 

Torticollis 16 

Absence of fibula 1 

Contracture of hamstrings 7 

Shortening of arm 1 

Scoliosis 6 

Spina bifida 5 

Elevation of scapula 1 

Hammer toe 1 

Rickets and its Deformities 



772 



i59 



Rickets, generalized II 

Rickets, knock-knees 17 

Rickets, bow-legs 27 

Rickets, bow-legs and knock-knees . . . . . . . .1 

— 56 
Deformities and Disabilities of Feet 

Pronated foot 4 

Weak foot 1 

5 

Disabilities due to Injury or Disease 

Malunited fracture of clavicle 1 

Fracture of humerus 5 

Fracture of radius 2 

Fracture of femur 5 

Fracture of tibia 3 

Fracture of tibia and fibula 2 

[118] 



ORTHOPEDIC DEPARTMENT 



Disabilities due to Injury or Disease — Concluded 



Fracture of pelvis and spine .... 

Dislocation of elbow 

Dislocation of hip, secondary to osteomyelitis 
Dislocation of hip, secondary to fracture 

Spondylolisthesis 

Ankylosis of hip, secondary to osteomyelitis 
Cyst of femur, secondary to scarlatina . 
Cyst of femur with fracture .... 
Torticollis, secondary to cervical lymphadenitis 
Infective myositis with torticollis 
Separation of epiphysis of radius 

Epiphysitis of femur 

Lesion of spinal cord 

Injury to peripheral nerve .... 



Tuberculosis 

Tuberculosis of spine . 
Tuberculosis of spine and knee 
Tuberculosis of hip 
Tuberculosis of knee . 
Tuberculosis of ankle 
Tuberculous dactylitis 
Multiple bone tuberculosis 



33 



57 

i 

66 

14 

2 

I 

4 
145 



Osteomyelitis 

Osteomyelitis of humerus 2 

Osteomyelitis of hand I 

Osteomyelitis of ilium 2 

Osteomyelitis of femur 17 

Osteomyelitis of tibia 2 

Osteomyelitis of fibula 2 

Osteomyelitis, multiple 4 

Non-Tuberculous Arthritis 

Infective arthritis of cervical spine 1 

Infective arthritis of hip 5 

Infective arthritis of knee 2 

Infective arthritis, multiple 2 

Paralysis 

Paralysis, infantile 242 

Paralysis, spastic 23 

Paralysis, obstetric 7 

Paralysis, post-diphtheritic 2 

Peroneal dystrophy 1 



30 



10 



275 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Unclassified 

Abscess of leg I 

Abscess of buttock '. . '. '. ' I 

Bone cyst of femur . . . . 2 

Bursitis 2 

Cerebellar tumor 1 

Hematomyelia 1 

Hemophilic knee I 

Infected hematoma of leg 1 

Osteochondroma of finger I 

Osteomalacia I 

Periostitis, syphilitic . ". I 

Rheumatism . . '. 1 

Septic wound of hip . '. '. . . ' 4 

Scoliosis '. . . . 10 

Stiff knee ' 1 

Transverse myelitis I 

No diagnosis made 1 

Transferred to other departments or hospitals .... 4 

— 36 

Total . . . . 749 

New cases . . . . . . . ... . . . 747 

Secondary diagnosis . . . . 2 

749 



Orthopedic Operating Room Report 

Infantile Paralysis 

Arthrodesis 3 

Astragalectomy . 40 

Fasciotomy . . 19 

Fascia transplantation 3 

Osteotomy 4 

Steindler's operation 14 

Tendon lengthening 17 

Tendon transplantation 83 

Tenodesis 8 

Tenotomy 8 

Tensor fascia lata transplantation I 

Obstetrical Paralysis 

Myotomy 4 



200 



Spastic Paralysis 

Myotomy 
Nerve resection . 
Tendon lengthening . 
Tendon transplantation 
Tenotomy 



3 
10 

8 
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1 



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Tuberculosis 

Spine with abscess 

Incision and drainage I 

Shoulder with abscess 

Incision and drainage I 

Hip 

Manipulation ..." 2 

Hip with abscess 

Incision and drainage 4 

Aspiration 1 

Elbow with multiple dactylitis 

Incision and drainage I 

Congenital Dislocation of Hip 

Bone graft 3 

Manipulation 19 

Reduction 18 



Pathological Dislocation of Hip 

Ether examination 
Manipulation .... 



Reduction 



13 



40 



Club-Foot 

Division of lateral ligament 
Manipulation 
Myotomy 
Osteotomy . 
Scaphoidectomy . 
Tendon lengthening 
Tendon transplantation 
Tenotomy 

Claw-Foot 

Steindler's fasciotomy 
Tendon transplantation 



12 

55 
1 
2 
1 
2 
9 
9 



9i 



Bow-legs 

Manipulation 
Osteoclasis . 
Osteotomy . 
Reapplication of plaster 

Knock-knees 



Osteoclasis 
Osteotomy 



1 
12 
16 

1 



I 
16 



30 



17 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Pronated foot 

Manipulation 

Torticollis 

Tenotomy ,. 

Arthritis 

Incision and drainage 
Osteotomy . 



Osteomyelitis 

Excision of scar and reduction of dislocation of hip 

Excision of head and neck of femur 

Exploration of sinuses 

Incision and drainage 

Neurolysis . 

Osteotomy . 

Removal of bone plate 

Sequestrotomy 



Ankylosis of Ankle, Secondary to Osteomyelitis 
Tenotomy 



i 

i 

i 

16 

i 
i 

2 

I 



Fractures 



Manipulation 
Reduction 

Removal of bone plate 
Osteotomy . 



4 

10 

i 

i 



Flat Foot 

Osteotomy . 

Epiphysitis 

Incision and drainage 

Bursitis 

Incision and drainage 



Elevation of Scapula 

Excision of upper angle of scapula and myotomy 

Osteochondroma 

Excision 



24 



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ORTHOPEDIC DEPARTMENT 

Spina Bifida 

Excision I 

Hammer Toe 

Plastic I 

Tendon lengthening I 

Bone Cyst of Femur 

Curettage I 

Tumor of Femur 

Excision I 

Dislocation of Elbow 

Manipulation I 

Foreign Body in Hand 

Exploration I 

Sinus of Ankle 

Incision and curettage . I 

Stiff Knee 

Manipulation 3 

Septic Wound of Hip 

Incision and drainage 4 

Septic Wound of Knee 

Aspiration 1 

Incision and drainage I 

Phimosis 

Circumcision I 

Slough on Heel 

Skin graft I 



1 123 1 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Brodie's Abscess 

Incision and curettage ........ . . ... . I 

i 

Abscesses 

Incision and curettage I 

Incision and drainage ■ • . . • . .3 

Curettage . . . . . 1 

5 

Total number of operations 503 

Total number of etherizations 477 



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Harvard Infantile Paralysis 
Commission 



INFANTILE paralysis has been steadily prevalent in Massa- 
chusetts for the last fifteen years at least, and this is part 
of a general manifestation in the whole country. From 
1 88 1 to 1900, inclusive, there were reported in the whole United 
States only 200 cases. From 1905 to 1909, inclusive, 5,400 cases 
were reported, and in 1910 there were 9,000 cases. Since that 
year, and through 1922, there have been reported in the State 
of Massachusetts a total of 5,114 cases, 217 cases being reported 
in 1922. 

The most active department of the Commission's present 
work is the treatment of persons affected by the disease. From 
October, 1916, to January, 1923, about 2,300 cases have been 
treated by the Commission's clinics, and at the present time 
there are about 1,100 patients under its care. 

To carry on effective treatment a special clinic is essential, 
and The Children's Hospital has most generously loaned space 
in the Out-Patient Department at the Hospital, which is used 
for the clinics Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings, in 
the cases of children, and adults are referred to the Infantile 
Paralysis Department of the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

This matter of needing a special clinic is mentioned because it 
is sometimes difficult to understand why the cases cannot be 
turned over to an existing hospital for treatment; but it is 
obvious that for effective treatment, and the necessary expendi- 
ture of time on individual cases, no large hospital general clinic 
could take it on without serious handicap and inability to treat 
other cases. 

Cases needing treatment being scattered all over the State, 
it has been found that they could not be brought to the Boston 
clinic sufficiently often to be effectively treated, and in a few 
months they were likely to cease attendance altogether. For 
this reason the personnel of the clinic is transported to various 
parts of the State at the request of local boards of health, and 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

clinics are held at Haverhill, Springfield, North Adams, North- 
ampton, Brockton and Webster. The expenses for these clinics 
are most often borne by the local boards of health, but they 
are also met by private organizations, and the personnel of the 
Boston clinic, including the supervising surgeon, is in attendance. 

In addition to this it has been found necessary to have the 
patients report at certain centers for supervision and reinstruc- 
tion in exercises, and treatment clinics are held for this purpose 
in 34 cities and towns throughout the State once in three weeks 
or oftener. These clinics are in charge of a Commission worker, 
who sees that instructions given by the Commission Surgeon 
are being carried out. In this way the State is so districted 
that no child in any part, whose doctor is desirous of obtaining 
modern and skillful treatment, is debarred from the privileges 
of obtaining it free of charge and under favorable conditions. 

The result of the plan of treatment adopted has been the 
satisfaction of the parents and the local health and community 
officers. This is shown by the fact that the average attendance 
at the clinics is quite as large as in 1916, and that parents come 
with their children regularly over a period of months and years. 

There is every reason to believe, from the behavior of the 
disease in this State, the study of it in other countries and in 
other parts of this country, that before long another epidemic 
will occur in Massachusetts. Apart from the need of continued 
care for children already affected, in the event of another epi- 
demic it would prove of very great advantage to the community 
to have a working organization, prepared to take hold of affected 
cases, and furnish assistance to doctors from the time that the 
child was taken sick until the maximum of improvement had 
been reached. 

Funds to carry on the work of the Harvard Infantile Paralysis 
Commission for the past year have been furnished by the public 
in response to two appeals sent out during 1922. 

The Commission owes much to the untiring efforts of Dr. 
Arthur T. Legg, the wise and tactful supervision of Mrs. H. C. 
Low, Executive Secretary, and the skillful muscle training 
supervised by Miss Merrill and carried out by her assistants. 



Summary for the Year 1922 

I. Total number of Children's Hospital clinics 151 

Total number of individual cases treated at Children's Hospital clinics 640 
Total number of visits at Children's Hospital 4>223 

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HARVARD INFANTILE PARALYSIS COMMISSION 

2. Total number of State clinics 9 

Total number of individual cases treated at State clinics . . . 264 

Total number of visits at State clinics 304 

3. Total number of individual cases treated at Children's Hospital and 

at State clinics 904 

4. Average number of cases treated at Children's Hospital clinics . . 28 

5. Total number of Commission cases that have been operated on in The 

Children's Hospital 116 



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Department of Physical Therapeutics 



Scoliosis Out-Patient Clinic 

THE attendance in the scoliosis clinic continues to increase 
both in number of new cases and in total attendance. 
The clinic is held on Tuesday and Thursday afternoon and 
on Saturday morning, and is supervised by Dr. A. H. Brewster 
and Miss Merrill. Developmental and limbering up exercises are 
given in the well-equipped gymnasium by senior students of the 
Boston School of Physical Education, under the instruction of 
Dr. Brewster and Miss Merrill. The structural cases demand- 
ing apparatus and plaster jackets receive Dr. Brewster's special 
attention. Certain cases requiring recumbency are admitted 
to the wards, and plaster shells prepared for treatment in their 
homes. Special emphasis is being placed upon teaching the 
mild structural and the functional cases to maintain correct 
attitudes and overcome the habits of faulty posture. Individual 
attention is the keynote of treatment and the secret of success. 
Without the assistance received from the Boston School of 
Physical Education this would be difficult to attain. 



Total attendance for the year . 
Total number of clinics held 

New cases 

Total number of cases seen 
Number of plaster jackets applied 
Number of specially made corsets 



2,596 
121 
112 

221 
70 
17 



Hospital Wards 

In the Hospital wards over 500 treatments more than in 1921 
by massage and other physiotherapeutic measures have been 
given. These figures do not include the detailed muscle exami- 
nations which are made as a matter of routine of all cases of 
infantile paralysis admitted to the orthopedic wards. 

Total number" of treatments given 1,460 

Number of cases treated 90 



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Out-Patient Department 

The Physiotherapeutic Department has also increased its work 
in the out-patient surgical and orthopedic clinics. More cases 
are being constantly referred from these clinics. 





Cases 


Treatments 


Orthopedic out-patient physiotherapy 
Surgical out-patient physiotherapy 


79 

8 


359 
94 





Teaching 

A course in the theory and practice of massage is given twice 
a year to members of the second-year class of the Nurses' Training 
School. 

The 1922 physiotherapy course offered by the Harvard 
Medical Graduate School was filled, and it was necessary to 
refuse applicants. Much of the teaching of these women was 
done by Dr. J. W. Sever and Dr. A. T. Legg of the Orthopedic 
Department, while the direction and supervision of the course 
was carried on by the Physiotherapy Department. These 
women are now working in hospital clinics, doctors' offices, 
health centers, and public schools all over the United States. 
That they are successful seems to be proved by the fact that 
hardly a week passes without some request to this department 
to supply them with a trained physiotherapeutist. The last 
four requests have come from Tennessee, Ohio, California and 
Minnesota. 

Personnel 

The personnel of the department consists of the Director and 
one paid assistant. A few women with preliminary training 
are offered an opportunity to work in the wards and out-patient 
clinics, under close supervision, for periods of three months. 
The Director of this department also serves as supervisor of 
treatments carried out in the clinics of the Harvard Infantile 
Paralysis Commission in the Out-Patient Department of The 
Children's Hospital. 



129 



Neurological Treatment Clinic 



Obstetrical paralysis . . .66 

Spinal cord injury .... 6 

Paralysis spinal accessory . . I 
Traumatic injury to brachial 

plexus 3 

Volkmann's ischemic paralysis . I 

Peripheral facial palsy ... 4 



Muscular dystrophy 
Equino varus (cause?) . 
Hematoma sterno-mastoid 
Deferred .... 
Cerebral paralyses 



1 
1 
1 
2 
59 

145 



130 



Neurological Department 



THE neurological service conducts, as before, two clinics. 
The morning clinic is largely devoted to routine exami- 
nation and treatment of cases which do not require pro- 
longed muscle training. The numerous cases of paralysis are 
followed by Miss Trainor and her associates in afternoon clinics 
supervised by the neurologist and by members of the surgical 
and orthopedic services. 

The most important phase of the work is the treatment of 
birth injuries of the nervous system. The babies who are 
damaged by difficult labor are brought to the Hospital as soon 
as possible. In many cases early recognition and treatment 
means recovery instead of permanent and handicapping dis- 
ability. The importance of birth injury as a cause of disability 
is hardly realized by most physicians, but a study of the statistics 
in this Hospital suggests that with the possible exception of 
infantile paralysis it accounts for more crippled children than 
any other cause. The efficient treatment of these cases, for 
which Miss Trainor is largely responsible, is a most important 
piece of work in preventive medicine. 

The resignation of Dr. Moir and Miss Linscott, both of whom 
have served faithfully and efficiently for eight years, leaves a 
gap in the personnel of the muscle-training clinic. Service of 
this sort deserves the appreciation which it receives from the 
patients and the Staff. 



Adenoids 

Anterior poliomyelitis 

Aphasia 

Backward child . 

Blindness 

Cerebral hemorrhage 

matic) 
Cerebral thrombosis . 
Chorea 
Conjunctivitis 



Cases treated during 1922 

(cause undeter- 



(trau 



Convulsions 

mined) 
Cretinism 
Deaf mute . 
Defective hearing 
Defective speech 
Dermatitis . 
Eczema 
Encephalitis 
Endocarditis 



13 

3 
2 

3 

20 

1 

1 

6 

1 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Enuresis 
Epilepsy 
Feeble-mindedness 


• 


29 

32 
28 


Spastic paralysis, unci 
Spastic hemiplegia 
Spastic diplegia . 


assified 


31 

23 
7 


Facial paralysis . 
Habit spasm 
Hydrocephalus . 
Idiocy .... 
Idiocy, amaurotic 




' 7 
10 
16 

1 


Spastic paraplegia 

Spoiled child 

Strabismus . 

Tetany 

Tonsils and adenoids 




2 

5 
2 

3 
5 


Idiocy, microcephalic 
Idiocy, Mongolian 
Injury to spinal cord 
rical) 


(obstet- 


2 
27 

5 


Tongue-tie . 
Traumatic injury to 

plexus 
Traumatic neurosis . 


brachia 


1 

2 

1 


Lues (of central nervous sys- 




Tuberculous meningitis 


1 


tem) 
Malnutrition 
Masturbation 




4 

3 
5 


Urticaria 

Volkmann's ischemic p 
Refused examination 


aralysis 


2 
1 

2 


Nasopharyngitis 
Nervous child 
Nystagmus . 
Obesity 

Obstetrical paralysis 
Otitis media 


'arm) 


2 

4 
1 

2 

10 
1 


No disease .... 
No diagnosis made 
Referred to other departments 
Eloped .... 
Diagnosis deferred 


11 

4 
11 

4 

IC 




Post-diphtheritic para 
Pronated foot 


ysis 


2 
2 


Total . 




441 


Psychoneurosis . 




2 


New cases . 


. 412 




Retarded mentality . 
Rickets 




20 
5 


Secondary diagnosis . 


• 25 






441 


Scoliosis 




1 









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Throat Department 



THE quantity and character of the work in the Throat De- 
partment is indicated by the appended statistical table. 
Compared with the previous year there is seen to be but 
a trifling increase. This is inevitable since the capacity of the 
department has been reached and a strict limitation to the 
number of admissions has to be maintained. There is no need 
of further hospital facilities until we can be assured of a greater 
supply of suitable assistants in the clinic. Service in this depart- 
ment is rendered unattractive to the young, well-trained laryn- 
gologist by the large amount of routine tonsil and adenoid work 
compared with subjects of special laryngological interest, to- 
gether with the fact that it is an afternoon clinic. For the last 
two years we have relied — and very successfully — on the 
assistance of older men from the West and South, who have 
come to Boston for special training in laryngology. These men 
spend six months (the minimum period) to a year or more as 
voluntary assistants, doing the routine work of the clinic while 
being instructed in operative work, eventually becoming ex- 
cellent tonsil operators. This is a training that they greatly 
appreciate. Up to the present time this method has proved very 
satisfactory, and the character of the work and the spirit of the 
clinic is commendable, but we feel that, for the present, no 
further increase in the size of the clinic should be allowed on 
this basis. 

Throat Operating Room Report 



Tonsils and adenoids 

Tonsils and adenoids with circumcision 

Tonsils and adenoids with esophagoscopy .... 
Tonsils and adenoids with extraction of teeth 
Tonsils and adenoids with removal of foreign body from nose 
Tonsils and adenoids with dilatation of esophageal stricture 

Tonsils 

Tonsillar remains and adenoids 

Adenoids 

Adenoids and paracentesis 
Adenoids and laryngoscopy 
Adenoids and esophagoscopy . 



2,523 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
8 
22 
156 

3 
1 
1 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Adenoids and removal of foreign body from nose 
Dilatation of esophageal strictures under ether 
Dilatation of esophageal strictures without ether 
Dilatation of laryngeal strictures without ether 
Dilatation of laryngeal strictures under ether 
Foreign bodies removed from — 

Esophagus 

Bronchi 

Nose 

Esophagoscopy 

Esophagoscopy and bronchoscopy . 

Laryngoscopy 

Removal of papilloma of larynx 

Tracheotomy 

Plastic for old tracheotomy incision 

Mastoid 

Ligation of jugular vein and incision of lateral sinus 
Paracentesis 



Abscess 

Incision of retropharyngeal 

Incision of abscess of septum . 

Incision of abscess of ear .... 

Incision of cervical abscess 

Submucous resection for deviated septum 

Replacement of nasal bones for fractures 

Incision and curettage of left antrum and necrotic jaw 

Removal of tumor of soft palate 



i 

25 
20 

9 

1 

2 
7 
3 
4 
1 
6 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
4 



Post-operative Hemorrhages 



Tonsils . 
Adenoids 
Tonsils and adenoids 



Cases seen in the Out-Patient Department 



32 
46 

4 



2,913 



Abscess of septum 


1 


Otitis media 


3 


Adenitis, cervical 


5 


Rhinitis .... 


26 


Adenoids .... 


195 


Severed frenum of upper lip 


1 


Congenital laryngeal stridor 


1 


Speech defect 


1 


Contusion of nose 


1 


Stricture of esophagus 


1 


Cyst above thyroid cartilage 


1 


Tongue clipped . 


1 


Deviated septum 


17 


Tonsils .... 


24 


Diphtheria 


1 


Tonsils and adenoids 


2,502 


Foreign body in nose 


1 


Tonsillitis .... 


16 


Foreign body in esophagus 


2 


No disease 


62 


Fracture of nasal bones 


2 


Eloped 


19 


Frontal sinusitis 


1 


Diagnosis deferred . 


17 


Furunculosis of auditory cana 


1 







Laryngitis 


2 


Total 


2,904 



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Laboratory Department 



Following is the report for the year from the pathological 
laboratory of The Children's Hospital: — 
The number of autopsies made during the year is 29. 
The number of surgical specimens for the year is 243, as 
follows: appendices, 67; Meckel's diverticulum, 1; tonsils, 27; 
adenoids, 14; cervical lymph nodes, 34; mesenteric lymph 
nodes, 2; skin tuberculosis, 2; kidney multiple abscesses, 1; 
osteomyelitis, 12; bone cysts, 4; lymphoblastoma, 5; keloid, 
1; hygroma, 1 ; rectal polyp, 1; pigmented mole, 2; chondroma, 
3; fibroma, 1; lipoma, 3; hemangioma, 7; teratoma, 1; mixed 
cell tumor of kidney, 2; cysts, 7; unclassified, 45. 



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Gynecological Department 



TO this department are referred all cases which are admitted 
with a vaginal discharge or which acquire such a discharge 
during their stay in the Hospital. Only 7 per cent of the 
cases under treatment during the past year were proven to be 
positively of gonorrheal origin. 



Classification of Cases 



Old cases under care 
New cases under care 



Total cases under care .... 

New cases, positive gonorrheal infection 

Old cases, positive gonorrheal infection (cured) 

Vulvo vaginitis 

Vulvitis 

Ruptured hymen 

Bright's disease 

Masturbation . 

Double hymen 

Deferred diagnosis 

Total 



23 
34 

57 

2 
2 
22 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 

36 



136 



Dental Department 



THE large increase in number of patients treated in the 
dental clinic during the past year definitely proves the 
vast need of dental care. It has been necessary to increase 
our dental staff, and Dr. Walter W. Vaughan has been appointed 
as Graduate Assistant. This will allow us to operate two full 
mornings each week, with sufficient extra time to care for all 
urgent consultations and emergency cases immediately. As 
has been customary during the past year, children treated in 
any Out-Patient Department of the Hospital may be referred 
to the Dental Department for treatment on Tuesday and Thurs- 
day mornings. All house patients needing dental treatment are 
cared for twice a week, and through the aid of the Social Service 
Department, the children discharged from the house before 
their dental work is completed are returned regularly to the 
out-patient clinic for the completion of their work. This method 
allows the discharge of patients from the Hospital much sooner, 
for in the past children were held over in the house for a week 
or two for necessary dentistry. 

The results obtained in our clinic have clearly proven that 
carious teeth will oftentimes keep the health of the child below 
par, and considerable attention is now paid to, and much stress 
laid upon, the hygiene of the mouth. The department attempts 
to put every mouth in a clean, healthy condition before the final 
discharge. 

Again we have had an unusual number of cases needing ortho- 
dontic treatment. As this type of work cannot be adequately 
cared for in a general hospital, we have made arrangement with 
the Harvard Dental School to care for some of our most urgent 
and needy cases. This work is done in co-operation with the 
Hospital, and a member of our Staff is kept in constant touch 
with the case. 

Besides the greatly increased number of house patients, the 
department cared for 220 new out-patient children. The work 
included cases of prophylaxis, fillings of amalgam and cement, 
extraction of carious and abscessed teeth and roots, treatment 
of pulpitis, stomatitis, painful erupting and malposed teeth, 
alveolar abscesses, necrosis, osteomyelitis and fractures of the 
maxillary bones. 

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Roentgen Department 



THE personnel of the department underwent certain changes 
in August, 1922. On that account the report for the year 
1922 may be somewhat inadequate. 

A new transformer and various accessories were added to the 
department, making it a fairly well-equipped one. 

The number of cases seen during the year was not materially 
increased, although, during the latter months, there has been a 
steady rise in the number handled. This has been due partially 
to the beginning of therapeutic work in the department. The 
latter has been growing steadily in amount and now has become 
an integral part of the duties of the department. 

A collection of films has been started, showing most of the 
typical conditions and some unusual ones. This collection will 
be at the disposal of the Staff, to be used in teaching or for 
publications. 

The department thanks the various members of the Staff for 
their hearty co-operation and interest. 





Plates 
taken 


Old Cases 


New Cases 


Fluoro- 
scopic Ex- 
aminations 


Treatments 


January ... 


503 


115 


I04 


5 





February 










526 


68 


121 


4 


- 


March 










431 


85 


I24 


3 


- 


April . 










502 


107 


129 


6 


- 


May . 










547 


99 


I70 


3 


- 


June . 










613 


112 


156 


1 


I 


July . 










422 


83 


I48 


1 


- 


August 










435 


88 


125 


3 


3 


September 








428 


117 


I50 


2 


5 


October 








465 


115 


I44 


3 


10 


November 








548 


120 


I4O 


4 


14 


December 








428 


76 


119 


4 


11 


Totals 










5,848 


1,185 


1,630 


39 


44 



138 



Social Service Department 



DURING the year 1922, 600 families have come to the atten- 
tion of the department. This naturally indicates a much 
larger number of children under supervision, as in many 
instances there have been two or more patients in a family. 
There have been 2,663 outside visits made. 

On the orthopedic service the routine social planning for the 
after-care of patients with congenital hip disease has been added. 
We have for a long time been conscious of the need for more 
satisfactory after-care arrangements for these long-time cases. 
It has been arranged, also, for the orthopedic worker to make 
preliminary home visits on cases which are on the waiting list 
for the ward at the time when they are sent for for admission. 
We hope that this will serve a twofold purpose, — the securing 
of any recent history of exposure to contagion, and an early 
social contact with the parents which will make possible a sound 
basis for a later discharge plan for the patient. As it is to be the 
ruling that children discharged from a contagious hospital are 
not to be admitted to the ward or to Wellesley until after a period 
of two weeks, we are trying to work out some plan of interim 
placement made necessary by the fact that many of these 
children — some from remote parts of the State — cannot pass 
that interval at home. 

During the past year 108 applications for the special fund for 
apparatus have been received by the Social Service Department. 
The amount expended from the fund was $494.13. There were 
58 children provided for by outside agencies or interested indi- 
viduals after the situation had been inquired into. An attempt 
has been made to expend the $500 judiciously, in paying for 
the more expensive apparatus. The department wishes to 
acknowledge gratefully the renewed gift of $500 from the Com- 
mittee of the Permanent Charity Fund, Incorporated, for the 
year 1923. 

In the fall a survey was made to determine the degree of need 
for social service in the nerve clinic. It was found that so com- 
paratively small a number of cases required social assistance 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

that the surgical worker could easily combine the group with 
the cases on the surgical service. The marked need of clinical 
assistance in the Nerve Department has been filled by a volun- 
teer who is most capably keeping the follow-up file and seeing 
that the clinic runs smoothly. 

In addition to accomplishing this, the chief volunteer has 
been able to aid the muscle training clinic by working out a 
system of organized motor transportation for the children whose 
families are totally unable to report with them the three times a 
week necessary to obtain satisfactory results from treatment. 

On the surgical service, at Dr. Stone's request, letters have 
been sent out to all cleft palate cases living in and around Bos- 
ton, who are old enough to attend a speech clinic at the Hospital. 
Out of 50 letters, 22 replies from parents have been received, 
reporting either no speech defect or inability to bring the children 
to the classes. Seven have reported for instruction. The classes 
are held every Monday and Friday at 1 1 o'clock, and the children 
are taught by Mrs. Tunniclifle, who gives her time and services. 
The largest class, so far, has been five children. 

A card index of all the harelip and cleft palate cases treated 
within the last five years has been brought up to date as com- 
pletely as possible, and letters are being sent out to cases who 
were to have reported for further treatment within the last 
two years, but who have not done so. 

In addition to these two special bits of work, the plans for the 
children on the surgical service are along the same lines as in the 
past three years. 

The medical out-patient worker has concentrated during the 
past six months in helping in the reorganization of the luetic 
clinic. Her report of the present situation is as follows: There 
are 45 children with positive conditions under treatment. All 
but 6 of these are reporting with absolute regularity. In addi- 
tion there are 8 children who are suspicious cases with negative 
Wassermann tests. In every case but one the parents have been 
talked with and have been connected up with treatment in 
other hospitals. In 4 cases, only one parent has been examined. 
This makes a total of about 80 adults for whom the medical 
out-patient worker has arranged out-patient care, — a process 
which, under the circumstances, takes time and tact. 

The present enrollment of the medical out-patient heart class 
is 134 cases. The entire list has been gone over during the 
months of December and January in an effort to check up on the 
regularity of visits. In cases where a patient has failed to report 

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SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

regularly, home visits have been made to supervise and en- 
courage hospital attendance. 

The plans of after-care for patients on the medical ward have 
continued as during the past five years. 

The department at present is having valuable assistance from 
a full-time student nurse, three volunteers, and three students 
from the Simmons College School of Social Work, with which, 
as with the Training School, a teaching connection has been 
continued. 



141 1 



School of Nursing 



AS we look back over the year that has just past we feel that, 
although it has brought forth no striking developments, 
it has been one of growth and progress for the School of 
Nursing. 

The enrollment of the school is larger than ever before, but 
in spite of this fact, the nursing staff has at times been taxed 
to the utmost to meet the needs of the Hospital which is ex- 
panding in all its departments. 

Although the new Private Ward is not staffed with student 
nurses, it has indirectly added to the duties of the student staff by 
increasing the work of other departments, especially the Throat 
Department. Some of the rooms of the old Private Ward have 
been given to the throat ward, and have considerably increased 
its capacity, which has necessitated a larger nursing staff. 

Steady progress has been made with the adjustment of the 
course of training toward having the affiliations for general adult 
nursing and obstetrical training come in the second year. This 
fall, for the first time, we have had our entire senior class on 
duty in the Hospital which is an advantage both to the students 
and to the Hospital. It is obviously of benefit to the Hospital 
to have the greater efficiency of the third-year students. To 
the students the advantage lies in the possibility of a better 
planned program of theory and the introduction of courses 
which we have been unable to give before. 

We are deeply indebted to Dr. Place of the South Department 
of the City Hospital for a new course of lectures on contagious 
diseases given to our senior students. We hope the time will 
come when we can give some, if not all, of our students practical 
experience in this branch of nursing. 

Since the closing of the old Hospital it has been impossible 
to give experience with feeding cases to our students except 
to those few who have had the privilege of the summer course 
on the Floating Hospital. This has meant the loss of a very 
essential part of the training in the care of children, and for this 
reason we are especially glad of the new infants' ward. 

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In May a cross affiliation with the Peter Bent Brigham Hos- 
pital was established. Since 1901, our students have been going 
to the Massachusetts General Hospital for four months' ex- 
perience in the nursing of adult cases. For several years past 
the Brigham Hospital has sent some of its students to this 
school for pediatrics, and it seemed to both Hospitals a desirable 
and more economic arrangement to have an exchange of stu- 
dents. It is with real regret that we have severed our affiliation 
with the Massachusetts General Hospital, as the relation be- 
tween the two schools has been a very cordial and long-standing 
one and of mutual benefit. 

The importance of recreation and social life for our students 
and graduate staff has not been overlooked, and a party has been 
given nearly every month. To Mrs. Frederick S. Mead we are 
indebted for our Christmas party and a delightful reading of 
Dickens' "Christmas Carol" by Mr. E. P. Collier. In February, 
the valentine dance, which was greatly enjoyed, was given 
through the kindness of Mrs. Geo. H. Monks. Smaller informal 
parties have been held at the Nurses' Home. 

This year has brought more demands for graduates of this 
school for positions as supervisors of children's departments 
in general hospitals than ever before. These positions are es- 
pecially interesting ones, as they now call not only for executive 
work, but for teaching as well, thus putting to its best use the 
highly specialized training given in this school. In no way can 
the influence and high standards of the institution be more far- 
reaching in result. 

A few years ago there were practically only two fields for 
graduate nurses, private duty and institutional work. The very 
rapid development of public health work has opened up a highly 
diversified field for nurses. In addition to public health nursing 
there are many other interesting positions for graduate nurses, 
such as those of resident or visiting instructors, anesthetists, 
assistants in X-ray, and research in metabolism. To prepare 
nurses for these many and varied branches it has been necessary 
to revise the curricula of schools of nursing and give more 
thorough courses in the basic sciences, and to eliminate from the 
practical work certain routine duties which can be carried on 
by ward assistants. 

Our schools are slowly emerging from the apprenticeship stage 
to the stage of being really educational institutions. This re- 
quires much adjustment on the part of both hospitals and schools 
of nursing. We are confronted with the problem of safeguarding 

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the Hospital and at the same time protecting the interests of 
nursing education. We must realize that all institutions caring 
for the sick are not suitable for the maintenance of schools of 
nursing, and we must not confuse an economic problem with 
an educational one. There is an increasing tendency toward 
the centralization of schools, usually with university affiliation. 
This development has been brought about either through the 
association of a teaching hospital, providing a practical labora- 
tory for nursing students, with the university, or by a union of 
already existing private or public hospitals with the teaching 
institution under which the control of their schools of nursing 
has been placed. Boston offers an unusual opportunity for 
such a central school, with its wonderful group of hospitals. 

The question of financing schools of nursing is a grave and 
pressing one. Whether they shall be supported by the hospital, 
by endowment, or shall receive aid from the State is yet to be 
determined. 

Let us realize that this very complex problem is not one 
belonging to the nursing profession alone, but is a phase of the 
great social problem, and that we need the loyal support of the 
public in order to render it our best service. 



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Volunteers Working in the Clinics 

Under the Direction of Mrs. Thomas Lanman 



Miss Josephine Binny Miss Eleanor Kelly 

Miss Marion Binny Miss Olga Ladensack 

Miss Elizabeth Cole Miss Charlotte Potter 

Miss Nina Fletcher Miss Barbara Register 

Miss Louise Fessenden Miss Ella Snelling 

Mrs. Chas. Gilbert Mrs. H. C. Stuart 

Miss Mary Hall Mrs. Sherman Thorndike 

Miss Virginia Harris Miss Mary Weld 



H5 



List of Former House Officers 



1882. 


Henry S. Otis 


1898. 


1882. 


George Haven 


1898. 


1882. 


F. W. Knowles, Jr. 


1898. 


1883. 


George F. Tucker 


1898. 


1884. 


Clarence W. Spring 


1899. 


1884. 


John W. Perkins 


1899. 


1885. 


William B. Fiske 


1899. 


1885. 


Homer Gage 


1899. 


1885. 


Percival J. Eaton 


1900. 


1886. 


Charles L. Scudder 


1900. 


1886. 


Nathaniel S. Hunting 


1900. 


1887. 


William E. Fay 


1900. 


1887. 


Rufus E. Darrah 


1901. 


1888. 


Joel E. Goldthwait 


1901. 


1888. 


Frank E. Peckham 


1901. 


1889. 


John H. Huddleston 


1901. 


1889. 


Edward H. Nichols 


1901. 


1890. 


Harold G. Gross 


1902. 


1890. 


George W. Fitz 


1902. 


1890. 


Frank S. Whittemore 


1902. 


1891. 


Frank A. Higgins 


1902. 


1891. 


Edwin P. Stickney 


1902. 


1891. 


Rupert Norton 


1903. 


1892. 


Julio Selva 


1903. 


1892. 


Frederick H. Baker 


1903. 


1892. 


William Cogswell, Jr. 


1903, 


1893. 


Calvin Gates Page 


1903, 


1893. 


Harrison D. Jenks 


1903, 


1893. 


Charles F. Painter 


1904, 


1894. 


Herbert J. Hall 


1904, 


1894. 


Eugene C. Wylie 


1904 


1894. 


Frederic A. Washburn, Jr. 


1904, 


1895. 


Ernest B. Young 


1904, 


1895. 


Herman T. Baldwin 


1904 


1896. 


Herman W. Gross 


1904 


1896. 


Arthur R. Crandell 


1905 


1896. 


Edward A. Andrews 


1 90S 


1896. 


John C. Pegram, Jr. 


1905 


1896. 


Harry C. Low 


1905 


1897. 


Butler Metzger 


1 90S 


1897. 


Frank E. Stetson 


1905 


1897. 


Edwin W. Ryerson 


1905 


1897. 


Walter C. Howe 


1905 



Carleton P. Flint 
D. Crosby Greene, Jr. 
Robert Soutter 
Walter C. Bailey 
Charles L. Spaulding 
William W. Howell 
Henry S. Warren 
Charles S. Bryant 
Everett L. Creesy 
Alexander C. Eastman 
Arthur T. Legg 
Percy E. Brown 
Charles B. Wormelle 
Nathaniel Allison 
James W. Sever 
Harold W. Jones 
Robert B. Porter 
Henry I. Bowditch 
Samuel W. Myers 
Louis T. Wilson 
C. H. Dunn 
John D. Adams 
Roger Spalding 
Fred G. Webster 
M. F. Barrett 
F. W. Palfrey 
Beth Vincent 
H. D. Prescott 
W. C. Peters 
Russell S. Rowland 
F. W. George 
Eric St. J. Johnson 
Charles W. Eveleth* 
George W. Clark 
Ralph R. Fitch 
Cleaveland Floyd' 
George E. Emerson 
Fritz B. Talbot 
George C. Moore 
Eugene B. Mumford 
Horace K. Boutwell 
Clarence W. Keene 
Daniel E. Bartlett 



146 



LIST OF FORMER HOUSE OFFICERS 



1905. 


Thomas A. Storey 


I9I3- 


Charles H. Sanford 


1906. 


John A. Nutter 


I9I3- 


K. G. Percy 


1906. 


Willard P. Woodbury 


I9I3- 


J. I. Grover 


1906. 


William Stickney 


1913- 


L. B. Robertson 


1906. 


Walter A. Hosley 


I9I3- 


A. E. Myers 


1906. 


Charles A. Overlander 


I9I3- 


A. G. Helmick 


1906. 


William P. Lucas 


I9I3- 


Marcus Skinner 


1906. 


C. E. Bryant 


1913- 


E. B. Mumford 


1907. 


Philip H. Sylvester 


1913- 


A. A. Hornor 


1907. 


C. A. Reese 


1913- 


P. W. Emerson 


1907. 


H. E. Coe 


1914. 


F. H. Hibben 


1907. 


J. B. Ayer, Jr. 


1914. 


H. S. Woodbury 


1907. 


L. T. Brown 


1914. 


L. H. Segar 


1907. 


E. B. Bigelow 


1914. 


F. R. Ober 


1907. 


B. E. Wood 


1914. 


W. S. Ramsey 


1907. 


William Berkel 


1914. 


F. D. Larned 


1908. 


W. W. Marr 


1914. 


D. W. Porter 


1908. 


J. B. Spencer 


1914. 


J. D. Benjamin 


1908. 


J. B. Manning 


1914. 


P. W. Emerson 


1908. 


H. G. Calder 


1914. 


F. H. Pinckney 


1908. 


R. E. Gates 


1915. 


R. G. Packard 


1908. 


F. A. Bartlett 


I9I5- 


R. S. Bromer 


1909. 


J. H. Young 


I9I5- 


D. M. Hassman 


1909. 


R. M. Smith 


1915. 


J. T. Hodgen 


1909. 


W. H. Young 


I9I5- 


D. W. Porter 


1909. 


A. S. Fletcher 


I9I5- 


F. B. Abbott 


1909. 


R. A. Sadler 


I9I5- 


A. L. Van Meter 


1909. 


Sherman Perry 


I9I5- 


L. W. Hill 


1909. 


H. F. Keever 


1916. 


Hugh K. Berkely 


1910. 


A. A. Howard 


1916. 


Hyman Green 


1910. 


H. J. Fitz-Simmons 


1916. 


William R. Morse 


1910. 


W. T. Frawley 


1916. 


Damon Walthal 


1910. 


T.W. Ely 


1917. 


William Patrick 


1910. 


J. S. Tomkies 


1917. 


Charles W. Bressler 


1910. 


A. E. Johann 


1917. 


Joseph H. McGuire 


1910. 


W. T. Graham 


1917. 


Edward King 


1910. 


R. T. Hall 


1917. 


Horace M. Baker 


1910. 


P. C. Jeans 


1917. 


Norman Gillespie 


1911. 


H. W. Haight 


1917. 


Alton Goldbloom 


1911. 


B. D. Domser 


1917. 


Nathan A. Bolotow 


1911. 


E. F. Lindemann 


1917. 


Maurice Briggs 


1911. 


C. F. Deering 


1917. 


Donald S. King 


1911. 


J. W. J. Marion 


1917. 


W. Whitefield Hansell 


1911. 


A. E. Johann 


1918. 


E. Friedman 


1912. 


H. S. Parker 


1918. 


Robert M. Lord 


1912. 


Bronson Crothers 


1918. 


Robert E. Ramsey 


1912. 


F. E. Ross 


1918. 


LeRoy Doolittle 


1912. 


J. L. Gamble 


1918.. 


Abram Goldman 


1912. 


C. B. Moore 


1918. 


George H. Jackson, Jr 


1912. 


E. T. Wyman 


1918. 


Gustav Biorkman 


1912. 


J. E. Dodd 


1918. 


Eliot Hubbard, Jr. 


1912. 


E. W. Fiske 


1918. 


B. H. Moore 



147] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



1918. 
1918. 
1919. 
1919. 
1919. 
1919. 
1919. 
1919. 
1919. 
1919. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 



John W. O'Meara 


1920. 


Delos P. Thurber 


1921. 


Rudolph Dresel 


1921. 


George P. Hunt 


1921. 


Jesse B. Griffith 


1921. 


Lang S. Woo 


1921. 


Ernest Tso 


1921. 


Franklin Wilson 


1921. 


Ernest T. Saeger 


1921. 


Patrick Gear 


1921. 


John A. Key 


1921. 


Thomas H. Lanman 


1921. 


Joseph M. Ulrich 


1921. 


Iver F. Selleseth 


1921. 


Homer A. Rue 


1922. 


Henry R. Miner 


1922. 


Theodore P. Herrick 


1922. 


Walter F. Cole 


1922. 


Robert W. Lord 


1922. 


Alfred J. Steinberg 


1922. 


R. Plato Schwartz 


1922. 


William Bradford Adams 


1922. 



Steele F. Stewart 
Harry J. Schott 
Glenn Barber 
J. B. Naive 
Campbell Harvey 
George K. Carpenter 
Walter P. Hogarth 
Paul C. Carson 
Robert M. Lord 
Maurice Adelman 
J. Lawrence Jones 
M. Hines Roberts 
Bernard H. Kyle 
Donald C. Bell 
Herbert C. Soule 
A. Roland Newsam 
Myron Henry 
Harold H. Hitchcock 
Rudolph L. Dresel 
Maurice Adelman 
Arthur C. Davis 
H. H. Newburn 



148 



Gifts to The Children's Hospital 

January I, 1922, to January 1, 1923 



Clothing, Knitted Sweaters, Hoods, Afghans, Socks, 



Face Cloths, etc. 



Abbott, Mrs. Gordon 

American Red Cross 

Amsden, Mrs. 

Bowker, Miss Susan 

Batchelder, Mrs. J. L. 

Brandon, Miss Dorothy 

Buss, Mrs. 

Brophy, Mrs. Anna 

Bramer, Mrs. J. L. 

Boynton, Mrs. T. V. 

Bryant, Mrs. W. H. 

Bigelow, Mrs. Cleveland 

Berry, Mrs. E. M. 

Bailey, Miss Ethel 

Codman, Mrs. F. L. 

Crosby, Miss Elizabeth 

Chute, Mrs. E. H. 

Copeland,. Mrs. A. H. 

Church, Mrs. George W. 

Cohen, Mrs. P. 

Chamberlin, Mrs. C. P. 

Cutter, Mrs. George D. 

Clift, Rachael and Warren 

Chandler, F. L. 

Clapp, Margaret, Jr. 

Chapman, C. A. 

Curtis, Mrs. Nelson, Jr. 

Cleary, Miss Frances 

Cutter, Mrs. George 

Copeland, Mrs. W. H. 

Cassidy, Mrs. Mary 

Dorchester "Lend-a-Hand" Club 

Dodge, Mrs. 

Denhinger, Dr. J. A. 

Davidson, Miss 

Davis, Mrs. George A. 

Douglas, Miss Elizabeth 

Davidson, Miss B. 



Douglass, Miss W. T. 

Douglas, Mrs. W. T. 

Feldman, Mrs. 

Ferbelman, Sylvia E. 

Falvey, Mrs. C. A. 

Hayes, Mrs. J. H. 

Hinson, Mrs. J. M. 

Harvard Church 

Hill, Barbara Martha 

Julia Ward Howe Chapter 

Jackson, Mrs. James 

Ladies Aid, Daniel Dorchester Metho- 
dist Church 

Lowell, Mrs. Ralph 

Lovett, Mrs. C. W. 

Leonie, Miss 

Lombard, Mrs. P. H. 

Mitchell, Mrs. C. E. 

Mothers' Club, Church of the Re- 
deemer, Chestnut Hill 

Macintosh. Mrs. Robert M. 

Morrisey, Mrs. Anna 

Morse, Mrs. R. C. 

Milne, Mrs. 

McVeigh, Mrs. Frank 

Morrisey, Mrs. W. S. 

Moffatt, Mrs. D. W. 

Murray, Mrs. John A. 

Neervy, Mrs. 

Newell, Mrs. James M. 

Olcott, Mrs. A. B. 

Oliver, Mrs. 

Pierce, Mrs. George 

Plummer, Miss 

Perley, Mrs. C. 

Powers, Mrs. J. H. 

Rounds, Mrs. A. C. 

Russell, Mrs. Richard 



149 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Russell, Mrs. R. C. 
Sutton, Mrs. W. 
Stone, Mrs. F. M. 
Small, Miss A. 
Scott, Betty 
Smith, Mrs. Otis 
Sturgis, Mrs. Charles R. 
Stillings, Mrs. E. M. 
Thimble Club 
Thorndike, Mrs. A., Jr. 
Temry, Mrs. H. G. 



Tinkham, Mrs. Herbert T. 

Taylor, M. L. 

Terry, Mrs. H. J. 

Wellesley Hills Women's Alliance 

Whitney, Mrs. E. P. 

Warren, Harriet S. 

White, Mrs. E. 

Weld, Mrs. C. G. 

Wilkerson, Mrs. B. T. 

White, E. 



Ice Cream, Cake and Candy 



Baer, Mrs. Louise 

Beaver Country Day School 

Colt, Mrs. James D. 

Hale, Mrs. 

Hunnewell, Mrs. James M. 

Judkins, Mrs. Marie 



Kenneman, M. 
Sayles, Mrs. R. W. 
Stone, Mrs. S. 
Smith, Miss Winifred 
Whiting, Martha 0. 



Fruits, Jellies and Vegetables 



Albert, Mrs. 

Ames, Mrs. F. L. 

Beaver Country Day School 

Bailey, Mrs. L. J. 

Brummer, Mrs. D. R. 

Benevolent Fruit and Flower Mission 

Brewer, Mrs. J. L. 

Bacon, G. S. 

Colt, Mrs. James D. 

Clark, Mr. 

Cleveland, Mrs. 

Disciples School 

Dickinson, May Bliss 

Deering, G. L. 

Fuller, Mrs. L. C. 

Fruit Meadow Farm 

Forbes, Mrs. F. Murray 

Herman, Louise 

Homer, Miss 

Homens, Mrs. 

Hildreth Brothers 



Hallowell, Mrs. G. Mott 
Indian Hill Farm 
Jones, Evelyn F. 
Lund, Dr. Frederick B. 
Low, Mrs. 
Libby, Mrs. 
McCarthy, Mrs. 
Mather School 
Morse, Mrs. Robert C. 
McKinnon, Miss 
Pierce Company, S. S. 
Russell, Mrs. 
Russell, Mrs. Richard 
Russell, Mrs. R. S. 
Ruff, Albert 
Sunderland, Mrs. John 
Slocum, Mrs. 
Sutton, Mrs. W. 
Whitney, Miss 
Webb, Mrs. J. H. 
White, Mrs. H. R. 



Books and Periodicals 



Adelman, Benjamin 
Allen, Barbara and Betty 
Adams, Mrs. L. W. 
Allen, W. B. 
Avery, Marguerite 



Adams, Mrs. 
Allen, Rachael 
Ashland Girl Scouts 
Atwood, Mrs. L. W. 
Cyrus Alger School 



150 



GIFTS 



Anslow, K. J. 

Boston Magazine Exchange 
Bradley, Milton, Company- 
Brown, Miss 
Blaney, Mrs. 
Bucek, Mrs. C. H. 
Bartlett, Mrs. Betty 
Boyden, Charles 
Blaney, M. H. 
Barnjum, Miss 
The Blue Birds, Class 12 
Church, Mrs. Joseph W. 
Cummings, Margaret 
Civic Helpers Club 
Chamberlain, Ella 
Clingen, Mildred and Ruth 
Crosby, Miss Priscilla 
Cornish, Miss 
Collins, Miss Josephine 
Clarridge, Mrs. George F. 
Dudley Street Sunday School 
Dupee, E. 
Daloy, Mrs. 
Defriez, Mrs. L. G. 
Devine, Mrs. L. C. 
Dexter, Mrs. G. H. 
Edwards, Dr. and Mrs. W. T. 
Fitts, Mrs. 
Firtz, Barbara 
First National Bank 
Ferry, John W. 
Gardenside Bookshop 
Girls' Friendly Society 
Gray,' Mrs. Horace 
Grew, Mrs. 

Gould, Betty, Elton and Barbara 
Greene, Mrs. H. C. 
Heard, Mrs. John 
Hancock Insurance Company 
Hill, Dr. 
Hall, Mrs. 
Hullrack, Miss 
' Horton, E. R. 
Helping Hand Club 
Johnson, Bertha A. 
Jacques, Miss 
Jevett, Mrs. Freeland 
Johnson, Miss Emma 
Joy, Mrs. H. C. 
Jewett, Mrs. 
Jones, Miss F. L. 
Kimball, C. L. 



Kellogg, Mrs. George 

Kellom, A. M. 

Krook, Miss Elsie 

Larcher, M. E. 

Loring, Mrs. L. 

Lockwood, Rosemund 

Lend-a-Hand Club 

Levy, R. G. 

Lloyd, Mrs. 

Luterweister, Mrs. E. 

Lasser, Mildred 

McDowell, Charles 

MacMahon, Mrs. Charles 

Mancy, Mrs. W. 

Mitz, Mrs. 

McCollom, Mrs. S. A. 

Manning, Mrs. E. G. 

McClure, W. S. 

Morrill, Edward H. 

Mooney, Miss Gladys 

Murray, H. 

Moore, Mrs. W. H. 

North End Union 

Odiorne, M. 

Perley, C. N. 

Poore, Evangeline 

Phillips, Mrs. J. C. 

Paige, Mrs. L. O. 

Perkins, Dorothy 

Prouty, Alice Louise 

Percival, Mrs. L. C, Jr. 

Packard, H. M. 

Peabody, Anne 

Phipps, Mrs. George 

Rhoades, D. D. 

Rintels, Mrs. 

Richardson, Mrs. O. W. 

Raymond, Mrs. Thomas C. 

Ricks, Mrs. 

Sylvester, Mrs. J. E. 

Second Congregational Church 

Sullivan, L. F. 

Stephenson, Miss Elizabeth 

St. Mark's Church 

Sylvester, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. 

Tupper, Wyman 

Tried and True Class 

Tilden, N. F. 

Trinity Neighborhood House 

Wolcott, Master Robert 

Wallace, Mrs. Frederick 

Wixson, Mrs. W. W. 



IU 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



White, Edward P. 
Wendall, Mrs. Barrett, Jr. 
White, Mrs. C. Earnest 
Watson, Mrs. L. J. 



Worthern, F. 
Welsh, Mrs. Willard 
Wilson, Mrs. Marion D. 



Flowers and Plants 



Allen, Mr. Willis B. 

Abbott, Mrs. Millie 

Appleton, Dr. W. 

Allen, George S. 

Abbott, Mrs. Gordon 

Anshelm, F. G. 

Anderson, A. P. 

Austin, Mrs. Walter 

Baxter, Minnie 

Bush, Miss Millicent 

Briggs, Miss 

Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. 

Broughall, Harriet 

Bacon, Mrs. H. F. 

Byrne, Mrs. H. S. 

Burnham, Mrs. Arthur 

Brewster, Judge Elisha H. 

Best, Mrs. Leretha 

Clark, Mrs. 

Claffin, Mrs. Adams 

Converse, Mrs. C. C. 

Clinton-Dietzman School 

Cottam, Mrs. Helen M. 

Clark, Mrs. F. H. 

Cabot, Mr. Philip 

Carr, Mrs. Samuel 

Cross, Miss Mary 

Chamberlain, James W. 

Curtis, Frank W. 

Collins, Mrs. Laurence W. 

Clark, Mrs. 

Dean, Mrs. Edward 

Day, Mrs. Thurston P. 

Donald, Mrs. Gordon 

Dickinson, Mr. Robert 

Davis, Mrs. L. M. 

Douglas, Gordon C. 

Debbell, Mrs. E. A. 

Dallas, Joseph J. 

Dooley, Miss 

Dodge, Mary F. 

Davis, Edith F. 

Emerson, F. N. 

Estabrook, Mrs. A. F. 

Eldridge, David M. 



Foley, Mrs. Charles 

Foster, Mrs. Nellie A. 

Filene, Mrs. B. L. 

Frost, Mrs. Cornelia 

Felt, Mrs. W. E. W. 

Foster, Mrs. Fred E. 

Freeman, Mrs. 

Fitts, Miss Anna A. 

Gibbs, Elizabeth and Mary 

Graham, Mr. G. L. 

Goodnow, Miss Fannie 

Goodwin, George E. 

Graffinn, Wm. H. 

Goode, Thomas F. 

Grady, Mr. Thomas 

Goodman, Mrs. Joseph 

A Guest 

Grev, Mrs. Almena S. 

Galloake, Mr. F. R. 

Hall, Miss Ann 

Hayward, Mrs. Edith V. 

Hale, Mrs. C. E. 

Hartwell, Edward M. 

Howard, Mrs. 

Howes, Mrs. Eldora 

Hyman, Constance 

Hartford, E. 

Hubbard, Mrs. F. Tracy 

Higgins, George K. 

Houghton-Gorney Flower Shop 

Higgins, Miss Sarah B. 

Hall, Forest F. 

Horner, Miss 

Hoffman, the florist 

Howe Memorial Press 

Hays, Mr. Lloyd B. 

Hill, Mr. John 

Hunter, Mrs. Dorothy 

Hempel, Frieda 

James, Mrs. Thomas M. 

Jackson, M. 

Kocher, Miss G. 

Klever, Fred J. 

Keane, M. 

Keafe, Mary M. 



152] 



GIFTS 



Kneeland, Captain 

Keefe, Dr. C. M. 

Knight, Mrs. Marian B. 

Knowles, Mrs. Gertrude D. 

Kimball, Mr. Samuel 

Kaffenburgle, Albert W. 

Lyman, Julia 

Loring, Mrs. Atherton 

Lend-a-Hand Club 

Lincoln, Albert L. 

Loring, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. 

Lyman, Miss Ruth 

Lincoln, Miss Grace 

Low, Mrs. 

Loring, Mrs. David 

Lowrie, Judge 

Legal Woman's Community Service 

Lowell, Judge James Arnold 

Little, Theodore 

London, Mrs. Jennie E. 

Lovell, C. S. 

Lowell, Mrs. John 

Morse, Mr. Charles 

MacLean, William 

Merrill, Miss Anna 

Martin, Mr. John 

Marvin, Mrs. 

Moore, Mrs. E. Herman 

Morse, R. C. 

Marsh, Mrs. J. W. 

Morse, John T. 

Manning, Mrs. E. J. 

Mixter, Dr. Samuel 

Morris, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. 

Minar, Miss Susan 

Miller, Mrs. Albert E. 

Mendell, Mrs. Elizabeth 

Manchester Flower Mission 

Mayo, A. E. 

Maple Brook Garden 

Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. 

Noble, Mr. John 

Nichols, Mrs. Edith J. 

Nordbye, Ethel A. 

Phinney, Mr. Edmund 

Parsons, Miss Kitty 

Peters, Mayor Andrew J. 

Preston, Mrs. A. W. 

Parrot, Mrs. E. G. 

Parker, Mrs. Frederick 

Peabody, Mrs. John 

Plant Company, ThomasG. 



Parker, Theodore 
Petri, M. 
Pand, Dr. V. C. 
Powers, H. H. 
Peek, Mr. William C. 
Palmer, Inc., F. E. 
Putnam, Mrs. J. J. 
Peabody, Mrs. Robert E. 
Parsons, Geo. E. 
Post, Miss Mary 
Pierce, Mrs. Silas 
Quigley, W. A. 
Rose, Mrs. Edward 
Richardson, Mrs. 
Robinson, Mrs. Channing 
Richardson, Mrs. A. W. 
Rieter, Mrs. Henry 
Rouillard, Mr. Chas. A. 
Reed, Mrs. Walter G. 
Reynolds, Mrs. Florence D. 
Royce, Miss Harriet 
Royce, Mrs. F. D. 
Rand, Mr. Wallace, Jr. 
Simpson, Mary L. 
Stearns, Elizabeth A. 
Sabine, W. C. 
Swan, Mr. William 
Smith, Mr. George H. 
Saint Paul's Episcopal Church 
Smith, Mrs. Catherine 
Sargent, Mrs. 
Small, Mrs. Margaret 
Solres, Miss 

Soderstrome, Mrs. Jessie 
Stevenson, Mrs. Robert H. 
Stearns, Geo. E. 
Silsbee, Miss K. E. 
Sias, Mrs. 

Schlesinger, Mrs. M. 
Stowell. Mrs. 
Stewart, D. H. 
Sparks, Mr. Myron W. 
Skillings, Capt. 
Sunderland, Mrs. John 
Smith, C. W. 
Stoebel, Mrs. H. B. 
Southard, Mrs. Nellie 
Simmons, Mrs. Herbert 
South Bay Kindergarten Club 
Sibley, Walter Deane, Jr. 
Sampson, Mrs. W. A. 
Strauss, Mr. Isaac 



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Schlinger, Mrs. Clara 
Thayer, Mrs. Bayard 
Titus, Mrs. Warren E. 
Todd, Mrs. Albert 
Turner, Mrs. A. L. 
Tragard, Mrs. E. P. 
Taft, Harry J. 
Thompson, William C. 
Underwood, Charles E. 
Vose, Mrs. W. A. 
Winters, Miss 
Williams, Mr. Frank P. 
Wyman, Mr. A. M. 
Watson, Margaret 
Whitcomb, Mr. Ralph 
Wilson, John F. 



Walton, Mrs. 
Woods, Frederick D. 
Wirth Shoe Company 
Williams, Mrs. Joseph 
Wright, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. 
Watson, Mrs. Katherine 
Weld, Miss Mary 
White, Mrs. 
Willey, Mrs. Geo. 
Wylie, Dr. 
Wilson, Herbert C. 
Wentworth, Pauline 
Williams, Mrs. Susan Sturgis 
Willis, Mrs. Annie 
Young, Mrs. Mary 
Young, Mrs. Philip 



Toys, Toy Bags, Games and Dolls 



Adams, Mrs. L. W. 
Adams, Mrs. 
Abbott, Mrs. Gordon 
Beaver Country Day School 
Bradley, Mrs. J. D. C. 
Brewer, Mrs. Agnes 
Bassett, Charlotte 
Bigelow, Mrs. Prescott, Jr. 
Blatt, Winifred 
Brophy, Mrs. Anna S. 
Bragiotti, Marjorie 
Boston Council Girl Scouts 
Cummings, Margaret 
Cockrell, Mrs. M. 
Chandler School 
Chase, Mrs. 
Chase, Mrs. C. P. 
Clapp, Mrs. 
Civic Helpers Club 
Chapman, Mrs. D. 
Church of Our Redeemer 
Cunningham, John 
Carr, Miss 

Church of Our Saviour 
Cooking, The Misses 
Daloz, House of 
Dalinger, Miss 
Dorr, Miss Marian 
Duane, William 
Day, Mrs. R. J. 
Daloy, Albert 
Dodge, Mrs. 



Dupont, Mrs. A. S. 

Eisman, Jane 

Edwards, Dr. and Mrs. W. L. 

Edwards, Mrs. F. W. 

Fraser, Donald 

A Friend 

Forbes, Mrs. Allan 

Feldman, Mrs. 

Field, Mrs. William D. 

Forrest, Miss Helen 

French, Mrs. Charles W. 

Gilchrist Company 

Grant, Mrs. Alexander G. 

Girls' Friendly Society 

Gray, Mrs. Horace 

Girl Scouts Troop No. 2 

Grey, Mrs. E. E. 

Grew, Mrs. 

Hovey, Elizabeth 

Hall, Mrs. John L. 

Houghton & Dutton Co. 

Huylers 

Hunnewell, Mrs. James W. 

Hayden, Jessie and Virginia 

Hinson, Mrs. B. T. 

Hunter, Helen M. 

Haskell, Miss G. F. 

Immanuel Baptist Church 

Kennan, Elizabeth 

Lyman, Henry, Ji. 

Locke, Arthur W. 

Levy, Mrs. 



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GIFTS 



Manning, Mrs. E. G. 
Percival, Mrs. T. C, Jr. 
Pfaelger, Mrs. 
Porter, Mrs. F. J. 
Pond, Anna 

Porter, Mrs. Alexander S. 
Paul, Lucille 
Powers, Mrs. J. H. 
Paige, Mrs. L. O. 
Pettengill, Mrs. C. S. 
Parker, Mrs. Charles S. 
Pope, Mrs. A. A. 
Pierce, Miss 
Reggis, Mrs. A. M. 
Raymond, Mrs. Thomas C. 
Stephenson, Miss Elizabeth 
Shaughnessy, Frank L., Jr. 
Staples, Elizabeth 
Stephenson, Mrs. W. R. C. 
Sutton, Mrs. W. 
Thorndike, Mrs. A., Jr. 
Unitarian Church School 
Ultsch, Mrs. Emma L. 



Vaughn, Mrs. E. H. 
Vaughan, Mrs. H. G. 
Winslow, S. W. 
Warren, S. D. 
Walters, Mrs. R. D. 
Williams, Dr. F. B. 
Whitney, Mrs. Barnard 
Wyatt, Isabel 
Wyman School, Grade 4. 
White, Mrs. H. B. 
Wigglesworth, Edward 
Worthern, F. 
Winslow, Silvia 

White, Frank O., and Hayward P. 
Wheeler, Mrs. E. C. 
Wolcott, Robert S. 
Wollcott, S. H., Jr. 
Wollback, Mrs. 
Watson, Mrs. L. F. 
Willis, Mrs. Gay C. 
Willis, Arthur, Jr. 

Womens' Union of First Congrega- 
tional Churches 



Medical and Surgical Supplies 



Bronsteen, Mr. 
Chandler, Mrs. A. E. 
Eastern Drug Company 



Fessenden, Mrs. S. H. 
McDonald, Mrs. E. M. 



Old Linen 



Allen, Mrs. William A. 
Baer, Miss 
Lovett, Mrs. C. W. 
Lindsay, Miss 



Parker, Mrs. H. W. 
Sutherland, M. E. 
Silsbee, Miss K. A. 



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Donations to The Children's 
Hospital 

From the Managers of The Convalescent Home 



Blouse waists, cotton 
Bibs 
Diapers 
Drawers, No. I 
Drawers, No. 2 
Drawers, No. 3 
Nightdresses, cotton, No. 1 
Nightdresses, cotton, No. 2 
Nightdresses, cotton, No. 3 
Nightgowns, babies' flannel 
Pillow slips, babies 
Pillow slips, children . 
Red jackets, No. 1 
Sheets (54 by 90) children 
Sheets, babies 
Sheets, draw 
Shirts, flannel, No. I . 
Shirts, flannel, No. 2 . 
Shirts, flannel, No. 3 . 
Spreads, children 
Towels, bath 
Towels, children, 1 yard 
Towels, children, yi yard 
Towels, dressing . 
Trousers, khaki, No. 6 
Trousers, khaki, No. 8 
Trousers, khaki, No. 10 
Waists, cotton, No. 1 
Waists, cotton, No. 2 
Waists, cotton, No. 3 



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THE CONVALESCENT HOME 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

WELLESLEY HILLS 



Officers of The Convalescent Home 



President 

Mrs. George H. Monks 
51 Commonwealth Avenue 

Vice-President 
Miss Mary B. Lothrop 
27 Commonwealth Avenue 

Honorary Vice-President 

Mrs. Horatio G. Curtis 
179 Marlborough Street 

Treasurer 

Mr. S. Hooper Hooper 

84 State Street 

Assistant Treasurer 

Mrs. I. McD. Garfield 
127 Marlborough Street 

Secretary 

Mrs. Robert Amory 
Readville, Mass. 



Mrs. Elbridge G. Cutler 
Mrs. George P. Denny 
Mrs. John L. Hall 
Mrs. Henry S. Hunnewell 
Miss Elizabeth Linzee 
Mrs. Charles G. Mixter 



Managers 



Mrs. Edward Reynolds 

Mrs. Frederick W. Thayer 

Mrs. A. Winsor Weld 

Miss Mary Weld 

Mrs. Stephen M. Weld 

Mrs. Alexander Whiteside 



List of Helpers 



Mrs. Charles B. Amory 

Mrs. L. D. Beal 

Miss Dalton 

Miss Sarah F. Bradlee 

Mrs. H. Brooks 

Mrs. R. W. Emmons, 2d 

Miss Anna W. Cutler 

Mrs. William Farnsworth 

Miss Adela Hooper 



Miss Mary Hunnewell 
Mrs. W. S. H. Lothrop 
Mrs. Frederick Parker 
Mrs. S. Parkman Shaw 
Mrs. S. Parkman Shaw, Jr. 
Mrs. John E. Thayer 
Mrs. C. Minot Weld 
Mrs. William Endicott 
Marchesa di Ferranti 



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Weld, Miss Linzee 

Linzee, Mrs. Hall 

Hall, Mrs. Mixter 

Mixter, Mrs. Whiteside 

Whiteside, Mrs. S. M. Weld 

S. M. Weld, Mrs. A. Winsor Weld 

A. Winsor Weld, Mrs. Amory 

Amory, Mrs. Denny 

Denny, Mrs. Reynolds 

Reynolds, Mrs. Thayer 

Thayer, Mrs. Cutler 

Cutler, Miss Weld 



Wellesley Committee 

Mrs. Hunnewell 

Mrs. Mixter 

Mrs. A. Winsor Weld 

Committee on Cutting Out Work 

Mrs. Cutler 
Mrs. Garfield 
Mrs. Thayer 
Mrs. Whiteside 

Committee on Purchasing Supplies 

Mrs. Thayer 



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The Convalescent Home of The 
Children's Hospital 

Wellesley Hills 



THE Managers of The Convalescent Home of The Children's 
Hospital present to the public their thirty-eighth 
report. 

The number of the children in the Home for the year was 
391, of whom 70 paid in full, 68 paid in part, and 253 received 
free care. The patients remain at the Home any time from 
two weeks to six months and even longer, as the case demands. 

The one distressing and important fact that stands out this 
year is that we have had 46 cases of contagion, there having 
been scarlet fever, whooping cough and measles all recurring 
from time to time. The problem of contagion has always 
been acute, but it has so handicapped the work of the Home 
this past year that the Managers as well as the Medical Staff 
of the Hospital feel that some radical changes must be made. 
The ideal solution would be a small separate building where 
the children coming from the Hospital could be kept for at 
least two weeks' quarantine before entering the wards with all 
the other children. However, with our finances in such a 
depleted condition the thought of another building cannot be 
contemplated, unless it would appeal to some one or some 
group of people to give it as a memorial. We have made three 
separate experiments in trying to adapt various rooms for 
quarantine purposes, and finally even used the main girls' ward, 
but all proved failures. Ideal as the building of the Home is 
for sun and air it does notslend itself to quarantine quarters. 
We feel that we not only need the advice but also the financial 
help of the Hospital to solve this problem if our work is to be 
of continued value to it. 

At a special meeting in the spring it was decided to sell a 
portion of the land belonging to the Home to the Babson 
Park Company. The Home owns about 31 acres, and the 



THE CONVALESCENT HOME 

proposition was to sell 2.8 acres to the Babson Park Company, 
whose property joins that of the Home. Mr. Babson has 
plans for building dormitories for students, lecture halls, etc., 
thus making a community center. Part of the plan includes a 
building to contain a post office. The United States govern- 
ment has given Mr. Babson permission for this post office, 
provided it is on a main road. As none of his property met 
this requirement he was anxious to obtain 200 feet of our 
property on Forest .Street, with a strip of woodland running 
back to his land. The sale was made for $1,900. 

Miss Guillod continues at her post of head nurse with untiring 
zeal, and her interest and loyalty are duly appreciated. Miss 
Hubbard has done splendid work, and we hope for equal satis- 
faction in the two new members of the staff. 

The dentistry work has progressed with great success, and 
Dr. Dinney has treated 174 children. 

The problem of where to send children with heart disease 
for a long period of convalescence has been keenly felt in this 
community, and it is only in the last few years that the Home 
attempted to take these cases. We feel that we have done good 
work with them this past year, and have thus added to our 
usefulness. 

Each year our sun room proves itself of more and more 
value in its treatment of various tubercular troubles. It was 
open from April to November, and it was with keen regret that 
we closed it then on account of not having the means to heat 
it. This is a work in which we were pioneers in this country, 
and the sun plus the scientifically designed lens have shown 
excellent results in helping to make cures that previously 
seemed hopeless. 

The Home receives no financial aid from the Hospital; in 
fact, the Home supplies the Hospital with all the bedding, 
towels and garments used by the children. This large burden 
of expense (amounting this year to $3,422.29) that is carried 
by the Managers of the Home is not always understood by the 
public. It has been a natural outcome of the Ladies' Aid 
Association which was formed in 1869, and when this Asso- 
ciation was incorporated into The Convalescent Home the aid 
given the Hospital was continued. The Managers with many 
helpers meet. every Tuesday morning at the Nurses' Home of 
The Children's Hospital, 640 Huntington Avenue, and cut out 
and tie up bundles of clothing which are later given to various 
societies and poor women to be sewed. This work is always 

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Forms of Bequest 

I give, devise, and bequeath to The 
Children's Hospital, in the City of 
Boston, and Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts, incorporated in the year 1869, 
the sum of 



I give, devise, and bequeath to The 
Convalescent Home of The Chil- 
dren's Hospital, in the City of Boston, 
and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
which was incorporated in the year 1884, 
the sum of 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

BOSTON, MASS. 



FIFTY-FIFTH 

ANNUAL REPORT 

FOR THE YEAR 1923 



Forms of Bequest 

I give, devise, and bequeath to The 
Children's Hospital, in the City of 
Boston, and Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts, incorporated in the year 1869, 
the sum of 



I give, devise, and bequeath to The 
Convalescent Home of The Chil- 
dren's Hospital, in the City of Boston, 
and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
which was incorporated in the year 1884, 
the sum of 



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The Children's Hospital 



BOSTON 



Its Service to the Community 



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T extends to children, not over twelve years of age, 
medical and surgical treatment, without regard to 
sex, race, creed or color. 



Maintains in its general wards 154 beds. In these beds, 
4,735 children were cared for in 1923. 

In its Out-Patient Department there were treated in 
1923, 11,892 new cases, with a total of 48,618 visits. 

Through its Social Service Department, 3,887 outside 
visits were made in following up cases discharged from the 
Hospital. 

It conducts a School of Nursing which has an enroll- 
ment of 120 pupils. This school graduates 25 competent 
trained nurses for children each year. 

Prospective physicians and surgeons are taught and 
trained each year in the special branches of medicine and 
surgery relating to children. 

It maintains clinics for special groups of diseases, and 
the correction of faulty postures and deformities. 

Infants and children are vaccinated against Small Pox. 
They are protected from Diphtheria. 

It aims to keep children well through its Well Baby 
Clinic, its Nutrition Clinic and its clinic for Rickets. 

Through its Appointment System in the Out-Patient 
Department, it saves mothers from waiting, lessens the 
danger from infection and renders better medical care. 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

BOSTON, MASS. 



FOR THE YEAR 
1923 



BOSTON 

GEORGE H. DEAN 

74 INDIA ST. 

1924 



Contents 



PAGE 

Officers of The Children's Hospital, 1924 7 

Report of the President 15 

The Teaching Function of the Hospital 18 

The Private Ward 19 

Report of the Treasurer 21 

Special Funds Disbursed by the Superintendent 27 

Legacies and Special Donations 29 

Subscription Beds 31 

Memorial Beds 32 

Donations and Subscriptions 34 

Report of Welfare Committee 63 

Neurological Department 79 

Special Clinic for Muscle Training of Paralyse.s . 80 

Report of the Medical Staff 66 

Medical Department 68 

Surgical Department 83 

Orthopedic Department 102 

Department of Physical Therapeutics 115 

Harvard Infantile Paralysis Commission 118 

Throat Department 120 

Laboratory Department 123 

Gynecological Department 124 

Dental Department 125 

X-Ray Department 126 

Social Service Department 127 

School of Nursing 130 

List of Former House Officers 134 

Gifts to The Children's Hospital 137 

Gifts to The Children's Hospital from the Managers of The Conva- 
lescent Home 150 

The Convalescent Home of The Children's Hospital, Wellesley Hills . 151 



Officers of The Children's Hospital 

1924 



President 
GEORGE P. GARDNER 

Vice-President 
Henry Wheeler 



Treasurer 

S. H. WOLCOTT 

33 State Street, Boston 



Assistant Treasurer 

Robert W. Seymour 
70 Franklin Street, Boston 



Secretary 

George von L. Meyer 
89 State Street, Boston 



Gordon Abbott 
George P. Gardner 



Finance Committee 



William Endicott 
J. A. Lowell Blake 



Gordon Abbott 
William H. Seabury 
F. Murray Forbes 



Executive Committee 

S. H. WOLCOTT 

George P. Gardner 
Arthur G. Rotch 
J. A. L. Blake 



Counsel for the Corporation 

Messrs. Warren, Garfield, Whiteside and Lamson 
28 State Street, Boston 



Board of Managers 



George P. Gardner December i, 1885 

Gordon Abbott December 28, 1896 

Henry Wheeler January 11, 1898 

Robert W. Emmons, 2d January 13, 1903 

William H. Seabury January 13, 1903 

William Endicott January 12, 1904 

J. A. Lowell Blake December 12, 1911 

Alexander Whiteside November 10, 1914 

Francis W. Hunnewell April 13, 1915 

Dudley L. Pickman, Jr April 13, 1915 

S. H. Wolcott April 13, 191 5 

George von L. Meyer May 20, 191 5 

Philip S. Sears January 26, 1916 

Frank W. Stearns January 26, 1916 

F. Murray Forbes March 19, 1918 

Mrs. George H. Monks February 23 ? 192 1 

Mrs. Frederick S. Mead February 23', 192 1 

James J. Phelan February 23, 1921 

Louis E. Kirstein February 23, 1921 

G. Peabody Gardner, Jr February 23, 1921 

Robert F. Herrick, Jr February 23, 1921 

S. Parker Bremer April 18, 1922 

William Arthur Dupee April 18, 1922 

Pliny Jewell October 16, 1922 

Mrs. Wm. W. Caswell February 28, 1923 

Philip Stockton February 28, 1923 

Henry W. Palmer February 28, 1923 

Robert W. Seymour February 28, 1923 

Arthur G. Rotch February 28, 1923 



Medical Officers 



Consulting Staff 

E. H. Bradford, M.D. Maynard Ladd, M.D. 

F. B. Mallory, M.D. F. G. Balch, M.D. 

Abner Post, M.D. L. M. S. Miner, M.D., D.M.D. 

H. L. Morse, M.D. J. J. Thomas, M.D. 

John Lovett Morse, M.D. Robert W. Lovett, M.D. 

Active Staff 

Visiting Surgeon Visiting Physiologist 

James S. Stone, M.D. Walter B. Cannon, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeon Visiting Pathologist 

Robert B. Osgood, M.D. S. B. Wolbach, M.D. 

Visiting Physician Visiting Pharmacologist 

Kenneth D. Blackfan, M.D. Reid Hunt, M.D. 

Visiting Chemist Visiting Bacteriologist 

Otto Folin, M.D. Hans Zinsser, M.D. 

Surgeon in Diseases of Throat Neurologist 

D. Crosby Greene, M.D. Bronson Crothers, M.D. 

Associate Staff 
Medical Department 

Associate Physicians 
Richard M. Smith, M.D. James L. Gamble, M.D. 

Assistant Physicians 
Philip H. Sylvester, M.D. Edwin T. Wyman, M.D. 

Junior Assistant Physicians 

Joseph I. Grover, M.D. David Hassman, M.D. 

Paul W. Emerson, M.D. Hyman Green, M.D. 

Harold C. Stuart, M.D. Eli Friedman, M.D. 

Lewis W. Hill, M.D. 



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Clinical Assistant Physicians 

Eliot Hubbard, Jr., M.D. Morris T. Briggs, M.D. 

Max Tennis, M.D. George F. H. Bowers, M.D. 

Walter Treadway, M.D. C. Marian Putnam, M.D. 



Surgical Department 

Associate Surgeon 
William E. Ladd, M.D. 

Assistant Surgeons 
Charles G. Mixter, M.D. George D. Cutler, M.D. 

Junior Assistant Surgeon 
Thomas H. Lanman, M.D. 

Orthopedic Department 

Associate Surgeon 
Robert Soutter, M.D. 

Assistant Surgeons 

Arthur T. Legg, M.D. Henry J. Fitzsimmons, M.D. 

James W. Sever, M.D. Frank R. Ober, M.D. 

Junior Assistant Surgeons 

A. H. Brewster, M.D. Joseph H. Shortell, M.D. 

W. F. Cotting, M.D. 

Clinical Assistant 
Ralph G. Ghormley, M.D. 

Department of Laryngology and Otology 

Surgeon 
D. Harold Walker, M.D. 

Assistant Surgeons 

E. W. Herman, M.D. Harold G. Tobey, M.D. 

E. A. Meserve, M.D. 

Graduate Assistant Surgeons 
Leon Braumer, M.D. Stephen G. Roth well, M.D. 

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MEDICAL OFFICERS 

Dental Department 

Oral Surgeon Assistant Oral Surgeon 

Fred R. Blumenthal, D.M.D. Philip I. Johnson, D.M.D. 

Graduate Assistant 
Walter Vaughan, D.M.D. 

Special Departments 



Gynecologist 
Henry T. Hutchins, M.D. 

Ophthalmologist 
Alexander Quackenboss, M.D. 

A naesthetist 
Freeman Allen, M.D. 

Assistant Chemists 

Anne Messer, B.A. 
Nina F. Gilley, A.M. 



Roentgenologist 
Charles Leibman, M.D. 

Assistant Ophthalmologist 

E. R. Goodall, M.D. 

Assistant Pathologist 
L. W. Smith, M.D. 

Bacteriologist 

F. B. Grinnell, M.D. 



Assistant Bacteriologist 
Elsa B. Schoening, B.S. 



Resident Staff 

Superintendent 
Miss Ida C. Smith, R.N. 

Assistant Superintendent 
Miss Pauline C. Jefferson, R.N. 



Director, School of Nursing 
Miss Mary L. Wakefield, R.N. 

Supervisor, Out-Patient Department 
Miss Elizabeth P. Evarts, R.N. 

Resident Physicians 

Charles F. McKhann, M.D. 
Winthrop Phellps, M.D. 



Assistant Director, School of Nursing 
Miss Mary Burgess, R.N. 

Supervisor, Private Ward 
Miss Emily H. Smith, R.N. 

Resident Pathologist 
Charles L. Brown, M.D. 



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House Physicians 

Carl E. Weigle, M.D. 
Randolph Byers, M.D. 



House Surgeons 

R. D. Thiery, M.D. 
Herman L. Emidy, M.D. 
Robert L. Goodale, M.D. 
Wm. Rogers, M.D. 
D. M. Stieffel, M.D. 
Lemuel D. Smith, M.D. 



Assistant Anaesthetists 

Miss Ethel L. Leslie, R.N. 
Miss Ellen Donahue, R.N. 
Miss Florence Cochrane, R.N. 



Director of Social Service Department 
Miss Mabel Wilson 



Director of Clinic for Paralytic Cases 
Miss Mary Trainor 



Director of Speech Clinic 
Mrs. Emma G. Tunnicliffe 



Director of Physical Therapeutics 
Miss Janet B. Merrill 

Graduate House Officers, IQ23 

Robert O. DuBois, M.D. F. L. Forte, M.D. 

George E. Daniels, M.D. Maxwell Harbin, M.D. 

Francis S. Smyth, M.D. Solomon D. David, M.D. 

Samuel Levine, M.D. John D. Ball, M.D. 

D. S. Divers, M.D. C. B. Bennett, M.D. 

C. H. Griffin, M.D. E. A. Wilson, M.D. 
, W. Rogers, M.D. 



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Report of the President 



THE most important single event in the history of The 
Children's Hospital for the past year was the opening of 
the new Infants' Hospital upon a piece of ground leased 
from the former and connected by tunnel with the Administra- 
tion Buildings. 

This building, designed by Mr. Charles A. Coolidge with the 
cooperation of Dr. Oscar Schloss, is an example of the latest 
improvements in hospital construction, viz., great concentra- 
tion for the immediate care of patients in a small well venti- 
lated area, supplied from the central administrative building. 

As was outlined in our last report, the care of patients in the 
new hospital is entrusted to the Staff and Superintendent of The 
Children's Hospital organization. The transfer took place in 
June, with great ease and an absence of any of the friction 
which so often attends such fusions, and the result has been 
very satisfactory. 

In justice to the Superintendent of The Children's Hospital 
and that of its Training School, it must be pointed out that the 
increase in responsibility and anxiety has been great, but is, 
we feel sure, compensated for by the feeling that the medical 
care of a child from birth to the age of twelve is now followed 
in logical sequence, and that the united control makes possible 
greater efficiency not only in the care of patients but in the 
education of doctors and nurses. 

That the consolidation has produced financial savings in 
proportion to the increased efficiency, it would be improper to 
claim. The better a hospital the more it costs; and these costs, 
dependent as they are on the ever-increasing demands for 
laboratory and dietetic studies and more intensive nursing, far 
outweigh the saving in unified administration. 

The influences hinted at above have been felt more even in 
our hospital than. in the Infants'. The number of nurses in 
proportion to patients has greatly increased in past years. 
The resident and house physicians have grown in numbers in 
almost as great proportion. 

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The teaching of nurses has broadened to a degree unthought 
of ten years ago, and that of young doctors has more than 
doubled the demands made upon the hospital by the Medical 
School. 

That this is all in the interest of both public and patients no 
one can deny. Today a child suffering from some obscure 
disease and of a family unable to pay for its care is prob- 
ably sure of more expert treatment at The Children's Hospital 
than can be obtained elsewhere for the child of a well-to-do 
family. 

• The hospital is not only caring for its patients but helping to 
raise the medical and nursing standard for the whole public. 
That this is costly is beyond a doubt. That it deserves the 
wonderful support which the people of this community are 
giving is equally so. Last year, thanks to this support, we 
have balanced our budget. 

Our thanks are due to many who helped to bring this about. 
First to the Committee headed by Mr. Pliny Jewell, which 
without especial publicity, but with constant effort, called the 
attention of those who subscribed in 1922 to our yearly needs. 
Second to the Welfare Committee whose efforts over an ever- 
w/idening circle are more and more beneficial. 

The ladies who manage the Convalescent Home, together 
with their associates, through the after-care of our children at 
Wellesley, and through their devotion in countless ways to our 
needs, render a service not easily measured. 

From among many who made organized efforts for our finan- 
cial help we must mention Jay's store, whose sale in October 
was most successful, and the organizers of the Chestnut Hill 
and Brookline day — an occasion when without regard to 
creed or nationality all joined to help the sick child. 

Thanks are also especially due to Mrs. Frederick T. Brad- 
bury, and Mrs. Edgar N. Wrightington, the former having 
borne the cost of repainting the Elizabeth White Ward, and the 
latter the cost of installing cubicles and surgical tables in the 
same ward. 

In June last Dr. Oscar Schloss resigned as Head of the Pedia- 
tric Department, to the great regret of the many who owe him 
gratitude for his devotion to the care of both children and infants 
during his stay. 

His place has been taken by Dr. Kenneth D. Blackfan, to 
whom is due much of the success of the recent fusion of the 

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REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT 

management of the Infants' Hospital with that of The Children's 
Hospital. 

During the year the Surgical Appliance Shop, for many- 
years past a most valuable aid to the orthopedic surgeons and 
their patients, having outgrown the quarters in the hospital 
building occupied since 19 14, is now much more suitably sit- 
uated in new quarters on land bought by the hospital on Vila 
Street, and now looks forward to increased efficiency. 

Together with the land above mentioned the hospital has 
also bought six brick houses on Brookline Avenue near Vila 
Street. These are now being remodeled to meet the increas- 
ing demands for housing internes and nurses. 

Finally a word must be said for the Nurses' Home. Ample 
as it was four years ago for the training school, the increase 
caused by the opening of the private ward, and that of the new 
Infants' Hospital, has crowded it beyond reason. 

For the present we are helped by rooms leased from the 
Lying-in Hospital, and in June other relief is expected from 
the houses just mentioned; but the problem is only postponed; 
— we need, and must continue to need, a new Nurses' Home. 
The land for this has already been given, and the plans have 
been drawn, but no funds are available for the building. 

The managers invite inspection and criticism. We believe 
the Hospital to be modern and sound throughout its depart- 
ments. It is competently staffed, and managed as economically 
as efficiency permits. The work is always for the good of the 
public, and as such it requires and deserves the cooperation of 
all those able to help with money and of all those who have the 
welfare of children at heart. 

We are very grateful for the help, whether of services or of 
money so freely given during the past year, and plead for its 
continuance. 

(Signed) GEORGE P. GARDNER, 

President. 



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The Teaching Fun&ion of the Hospital 



IT is now generally recognized that medical teaching and 
research act as a stimulus to the best kind of medical 
and surgical care of patients. The entire hospital and 
Out-Patient Department of The Children's Hospital are used 
for the training of medical students and the teaching of gradu- 
ates in medicine. The teaching is done, under close supervision, 
with careful regard for the patients, by instructors chosen 
from the faculty of The Harvard Medical School. The Visit- 
ing Medical and Surgical Staff of the Hospital is composed of 
these teachers. 

It should be emphasized that the nurses in training receive 
not only a specialized training in the care of infants and children, 
but through affiliations with other hospitals they receive a 
general training according to the modern standards of nursing 
education. The Training School aims to so prepare their 
graduates that whether they choose actual bedside nursing or 
hospital administrative work, they are fully prepared in their 
chosen field of work. 

Thus the hospital renders a many-fold service to the com- 
munity; it gives the patient the services of recognized authorities 
in the different branches of medicine and surgery, and it affords 
an opportunity for the better training of prospective physicians. 
The constant demand for more nurses in every community 
steadily increases the service which the hospital is rendering 
through its Nurses Training School. 



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The Private Ward 



THE Private Ward has proved well adapted for the pur- 
pose for which it was planned. It makes it possible for 
the doctors to do with greater efficiency their hospital 
work and some of their private work under the same roof. 
And it gives to those to whom the general wards are not open, 
the special facilities and the trained care only to be found in 
a hospital devoted to the care of children. 

During the year 1923, 1,038 children were admitted and 688 
operations were performed. 




ONE OF THE BEDROOMS 

We quote below the rates for the rooms in this ward: 

Single room, #6 a day to #13.50 a day. 

The highest price including a bathroom. 

No extra charge is made for the parent or other adult 

occupying the same room with child. 
There is a pleasant private dining room where parents 

may get their meals at moderate prices. 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

TWO ROOMS AND BATH, #13.50 A DAY TO #25 A DAY. 

This price includes meals for the parent in charge of the 
child. 

Beds in rooms in which there are more than one patient, 

#5 A DAY. 

The above prices include ordinary drugs and services of the 
floor nurse. 

The Hospital Staff is always anxious to co-operate with the 
family physician. 



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Report of the Treasurer 



Statement of Income and Expense for the Year 
Ended December 31, 1923 

Income: 

Hospital earnings and miscellaneous income $171,963.20 

Income from securities 43,094. 85 

Subscriptions and donations 96,624. 77 

Subscriptions through Welfare Committee 17,417.46 

Miscellaneous (income from trusts and estates, etc.) . . . 8,274. 83 



Total income $337,375- JI 

Expenses : 

Hospital expenses $316,272.79 

Insurance 2 ,3 I 9- 83 

Corporation expense 7,194. 75 

Interest expense 7,291.67 

Taxes 185. 25 

Miscellaneous expense 357.00 

Total expenses 333,621. 29 



Excess of income over expense, credited to general fund . $3,753- 82 

Schedule of Hospital Expenses 

{BOTH HOSPITALS) 

Administration expenses: 

Salaries, officers and clerks $17,830. 72 

Books, periodicals, etc 317-45 

Express, travel, etc 590. 14 

Printing, stationery and office supplies . . 5,039.99 

Telephone and telegraph (service and wages) . 7,980. 93 

Sundries 165.86 

Total administration expenses $31,925.09 

Carried forward $31,925.09 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 
Brought forward $31,925.09 

Professional care of patients' expenses: 

Salaries and wages: 

Muscle training $2,015.00 

Orderlies 2,698. 58 

Orthopedic 2,651.68 

Out-patient 8,138. 43 

Ward employees .... 6,756.43 

Nurses on pay roll .... 20,836. 84 

Special nurses 743.00 

$43,839.96 

Medical and general care: 

Medical and surgical supplies 

and equipment .... $18,525.61 
Sundries 1,386. 23 

19,911.84 

Clothing, etc.: 

Clothing $817.34 

Dry goods and small wares . 549. 29 

Sundries .50 

1,367-13 

Pharmacy: 

Salaries $1,395.00 

Supplies and equipment . . 4,255. 21 

5,650. 21 

Laboratories: 

Salaries $2,456. 25 

Supplies and equipment . . 1,150.51 

3,606. 76 

School of nursing: 

Salaries $10,350. 96 

Supplies, etc 6,820. 81 

17,171.77 

Social service: 

Salaries $8,271.84 

Supplies, travel, etc. . . . 515.02 

8,786. 86 

X-ray and photography: 

Salaries $5,100.41 

Supplies and equipment . . 3,611.59 

8,712.00 

Infants' Hospital: 

Household nursing course . $1,415.95 

1,415.95 

Total professional care of patients' expenses . . . . $110,462.48 

Carried forward $142,387. 57 

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THE TREASURER 
Brought forward $142,387. 57 

Department expenses: 

Dietitian's and housekeeping: 

Salaries $28,657. 71 

Food 67,684.38 

Housekeeping supplies . . . 8,207. 51 

$104,549.60 

Laundry: 

Wages $9,149. 16 

Supplies and equipment . . 1,183.43 

10,332. 59 



Total department expenses 114,882. 19 

Maintenance and operation of plant expenses: 

Wages _ $25,717.31 

Heat, light, power, etc 51,603. 18 

Repairs and upkeep 10,433. 2 5 

Rent 2,178.83 



Total maintenance and operation of plant expenses . 89,932. 57 
Automobiles : 

Maintenance and operation of automobiles 351. 75 



Total hospital expenses, both hospitals $347,554- 08 

Less reimbursement from Infants' Hospital .... 31,281.29 



Net hospital expenses, The Children's Hospital . . . $316,272. 79 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Balance Sheet as of December 31, 1923 

Assets 

Current assets: 

Cash in bank $29,253. 27 

Accounts receivable at Hospital 15,796. 26 

Due from Infants' Hospital 5,345.44 

Accrued income on Securities 12,230.95 

Insurance prepaid 2,577.09 

$65,203. 01 

Real estate, plant and equipment: 

Site of Hospital (Main building) .... $116,727.20 

Site of new Nurses' Home 46,330. 30 

Hospital building (Main) 656,190. 01 

Sundry adjacent real estate 9,155.08 

Hospital equipment 44,547. 85 

Hotel Harvard (used for Nurses' Home) . . 241,202. 14 

Private ward site 4,002. 58 

Private ward building 243,226.11 

Private ward equipment 26,256. 45 

1,387,637. 72 

Investment securities: 

General fund investments $255,531.08 

Restricted fund investments 753>743- 54 

1,009,274.62 

Other investment property: 

Real estate 63,119.39 

Total assets $2,525,234. 74 

Liabilities and Capital 

Liabilities: 

Accounts payable (December current bills) $17,031.69 

Mortgage payable 60,000. 00 

Total liabilities $77,031.69 

Capital: 

General fund $1,697,937. 24 

Restricted investment funds 749,765.80 

Donations for special expenses 500. 01 

Total capital 2,448,203.05 

Total liabilities and capital $2,525,234. 74 



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THE TREASURER 



Restricted Investment Funds, December 31, 1923 

Charles Tidd Baker $10,373. 30 

Alanson Bigelow 5,ooo. 00 

Laura A. Brown 9,957.05 

Helen G. Coburn 49,900. 50 

Maria F. and Sarah W. Coppenhagen 5,000.00 

Harriett Otis Cruft . 20,000.00 

Caroline T. Downes 51,314.00 

Charles H. Draper 23,934. 12 

Eliza J. Bell Draper 1,000.00 

Eugene F. Farnham 5,104.00 

Kate Andrea Knowlton 2,245.00 

Mar jorie Forbes 5,000.00 

Robert Milholland Hanna, Jr., Endowment 5,000.00 

William Hilton 4,510. 74 

Francis W. Hunnewell Indenture 25,063.35 

George S. Hyde 8,625. 88 

Charles P. Jaynes 11,447.00 

Mrs. Jerome Jones, 9,935-95 

John D. W. Joy 5,000.00 

Joseph W. Leighton 12,000.00 

Maria D. Lockwood Trust Sj io 9- 2 7 

James C. Melvin 49,251. 25 

James C. Melvin, Jr 5,000.00 

Albert H. and Margaret A. Munsell 21,105.32 

Amy Peabody 50,000. 00 

Henrietta M. Pierce 5,000.00 

Adelaide H. Rollins 1,079.11 

Frank Davison Rust Memorial No. 1 6,200. 00 

Frank Davison Rust Memorial No. 2 4,000. 00 

Elizabeth G. Shepard 3, 100. 00 

A. Shuman Clothing Fund 1,000.00 

Harriett W. Taber 2,584. 48 

Helen Hallett Thompson 10,363. 15 

John Parker Townsend 3,000.00 

Elizabeth C. Ware 25,062.33 

Elizabeth White 100,000. 00 

Charles Loring Young 5,000.00 

Unnamed restricted funds . . . 182,500.00 

Total $749,765.80 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Auditor's Certificate 

As a result of an audit of the books and records of The Children's Hospital 
for the year 1923, I hereby certify that all cash shown to have been received 
has been accounted for; that satisfactory evidence of the approval and pay- 
ment of all disbursements has been examined; that the balance called for by 
the cash account was on deposit in the several bank accounts or was in the 
offices of the Corporation; that the income earned during the year by invest- 
ments held by the Hospital was properly accounted for; that all securities 
shown by the books were on hand or properly accounted for; that the Balance 
Sheet and Statement of Income and Expense submitted herewith are correct 
transcripts from the books of account, and, in my opinion, correctly set forth 
the financial condition of the Hospital as of December 31, 1923, and the results 
of its operations for the year ended at that date. 

Respectfully submitted, 

PERCY E. GLEASON, 

Certified Public Accountant. 



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Special Funds Disbursed by the 
Superintendent 



Received 



Paid Out 



On Hand 



Fund for Children's Pleasure and for Christmas 

Balance, January i, 1923 $43.58 

Blue Fish Club of Duxbury 15.00 

Mrs. Myra Boynton 2.00 

A. F. Brennan 1.00 

M. F. Cahill 25.00 

William Dupee 25.00 

Dorothy W. S. Coffin 2.00 

Fannie M. Faulkner 5.00 

Nina J. Fletcher 150.00 

A Friend 1.00 

Mrs. H. S. Hunnewell 20. 00 

Kind Thought Club of Somerville ... 2. 00 

Mrs. Henry B. Nickerson 5.00 

William P. Ordway 5.00 

Primary Dept., First Church in Cambridge 3. 20 

Primary Dept., Roxbury Presbyterian 

Church S.S 4. 81 

Public Health Com. of Mass. Fed. of Wom- 
en's Clubs 6. 00 

Roxbury Mothers' and Homemakers' Club . 2. 00 

St. Peter's Church School 1. 50 

Mrs. Charles Sarhani 5.00 

Alice A. Thorp 5.00 

M.L.Wakefield 5.00 

A. W 20. 00 

Woodward Institute, Quincy 9-49 

Mrs. B. Loring Young 5.00 

$368. 58 $108. 80 $259. 78 
Henrietta M. Pierce Pleasure Fund 

Balance, January 1, 1923 $97.30 

Income 225.00 

$322.30 $196.29 $126.01 
A. Shuman Clothing Fund 

Balance, January 1, 1923 $1. 10 

Income 40. 00 



$41.10 $15.00 $26.10 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Received Paid Out On Hand 

Adelaide H. Rollins Splint Fund 

Balance, January i, 1923 $2.90 

Income 50. 00 

$52.90 • $52-90 

Emergency Fund 

Balance, January i, 1923 $108. 66 

Katherine A. Abbott 50. 00 

Beginners' Dept., Hyde Park Congregational 

Church 7. 50 

Braintree Chapter No. 167, O. E. S. . . . 10. 00 

Helen Dakin 5. 00 

Emerson & Norris Company 25.00 

Found in Laundry 17.00 

Interest on Special Fund 

Bank a/c May-Nov., incl 6.00 

Mary Lesh 250.00 

Mrs. Albert E. Rust, Jr 10. 00 

Summer Physiotherapy Course .... 100. 00 

M. E. Trainor 5.00 

Rose and Nancy Whitman 2. 50 

Woman's Dept., National Civic Federation 

(Massachusetts Section) 15.00 

Mrs. E. U. Wrightington 308. 40 

$920.06 $758.61* $161.45 

Special Relief 

Balance, January 1, 1923 $117.00 

Ethel M. Briggs 50. 00 

Friend 81.00 

Miss Hersey's School Association ... 50. 00 

Mrs. George Jones 10. 00 

Mrs. Samuel Rosenberg 5. 00 

$313.00 $186.40 $126.60 

Katherine E. Silsbee Fund „ 

Income $1,125.00 $642.60 $482.40 



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Legacies and Special Donations 

1923 



Legacies 

Estate of 

Mary B. Blake $2,925.00 

Annie E. Caldwell 5,ooo. 00 

Louise Crawford 500. 00 

Margaret K. Cummings — in memory of Frances Hathaway 

Kimball 10,000. 00 

Nellie A. Dexter 5,835.00 

Arthur B. Emmons 25,000.00 

Arthur F. Estabrook 10,000.00 

William A. Foss 1,100.00 

Anna D. Hall 300. 00 

Emily A. Morrison 92.48 

William U. Moulton 25,274. 21 

Roma Newman 1,000.00 

Lucy Anna Packer 1,000.00 

Annie L. Richards 10,000. 00 

Josephine B. Rogers (add'l) 3 x -38 

Mary L. Shepard 3,100.00 

Lucy F. Simmons 85.09 

Ferdinand Strauss 1,000.00 

. Adele G. Thayer (add'l) 216.10 

Joseph Thompson 3,000.00 

Kate Lucy Walsh 1,491.07 



$106,950.33 



Special Donations 

W. A. Dupee (for equip, in diet kitchen) . $115. 70 

Marjorie Forbes Fund 664.32 

Dwight W. Morrow (for Resident Surgeon) 250. 00 

Dudley L. Pickman (to General Fund Investment) .... 1,000.00 

Henry Pope (for Infantile Paralysis equipment) 100. 00 

Herbert L. Pratt (for Resident Surgeon) 500. 00 

Women's Dept. Nat'l. Civic Federation (for Alpine Lamps in 

Out-Patient Dept.) 931. 50 

Mrs. E. N. Wrightington (for screens and glass) 470. 68 



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^032. 20 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Memorial Beds 

Boston Section, Council of Jewish Women 

From Boston Section, Council of Jewish Women $1,000 

Brookline, 1923 

From proceeds of Brookline-Chestnut Hill Day 1,000 

Brookline Aid 

From Brookline Aid 1,000 

Mabel C. Chester 

From Mrs. Fannie Hall Fegan 1,000 

Chestnut Hill, 1923 

From proceeds of Brookline-Chestnut Hill Day 1,000 

In loving memory of Ralph Hudson Crocker, 1916 

From Frank H. Crocker 1,000 

In memory of Willard Smith Curtis, 1920 

From Mrs. Nelson Curtis 1,000 

In loving memory of Wallace L. Pierce 

From Mrs. Nelson Curtis, Jr., and Mrs. John D. Pearmain . . . 1,000 
In tender memory of Lois Dorman Russell, a beloved little child 

From Miss Alma R. Hubbard 10,000 

Robert Louis Stevenson (final payment) 

From Clerical Staff of the Hospital 300 



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Subscription Beds 



Martha A. Alford $100 

Mrs. John S. Ames and Mrs. Hobart Ames (use of North Easton District 

Nursing Committee) ioo 

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. L. Blake 200 

Miss Sarah F. Bremer 100 

Mrs. Philip A. Chase 100 

J. H. Clark 100 

Mrs. J. Robertson Duff 100 

George P. Gardner 100 

John L. Gardner 100 

William A. Gardner 100 

Georgian Cafeteria Co 100 

Henry J. Guild 100 

Mrs. E. S. Heard 100 

Clement S. Houghton 100 

Mrs. H. S. Hunnewell 100 

James M. Hunnewell 100 

Mrs. Oscar Iasigi 100 

Nathaniel T. Kidder 100 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Prout 100 

Robert Saltonstall 100 

Mrs. Robert Saltonstall 100 

Mrs. J. Montgomery Sears 100 

Mrs. Quincy A. Shaw, Jr 100 

John T. Spaulding 100 

William S. Spaulding 100 

Mrs. Alden A. Thorndike 100 

Mrs. Bayard Warren 100 

H. D. Woods 100 



3i 



Memorial Beds 



By a vote of the Corporation. — Any person giving to the corporation at one 
time not less than one thousand dollars has the privilege of affixing a name to a 
bed in the Hospital, subject to the decision of the Managers in each case. This 
permission, however, does not carry with it any right or control over the bed 
named. 



Ward I, Upper 

Sarah P. Lowell Blake 
Florence Cobb Brooks 
Maria F. Coppenhagen 
Sarah W. Coppenhagen 
Florence Dean Curtis 
Jessie Preston Draper 
Rosamond Freeman 
Margaret Constance Ellis 
Alice M. C. Matthews 
Theresa Pierce 



Susan Wells Preston 

Ellen Richards Slater 

Bertha F. Taylor 

Harriet E. P. Wood 

Irene Wood 

Mass. State Federation of Women's 

Clubs 
In Memory of Clara 
Elizabeth G. Shepard 
Maria P. Bowen 



Ward i, Lower 

Clement Hope (Sun Parlor) 

George F. Kimball 

H. Clarence Shapiro 

Sullivan Amory 

Henry A. Turner 

Kate Lucy Walsh, Benefactress 

Carrie Elizabeth Tyer (Sun Parlor) 



James Henry Williams 
Robert P. Williams 
Carlos Wilson Bed 
Robert Louis Stevenson 
Dorchester Club Women, 1921 
Dorchester Club Women, 1922 
Boston Section — Council of Jewish 
Women 



Ward 2 



Abigail P. Banchor 

Charles A. Chapman 

Children of Eliza James Bell 

Draper 
In loving memory of Gail Gorham 

Whitcomb, May 2, 1920 
Martha Higginson Barbour 
Ruth E. Martin 



The Amaranth Literary Circle 
Women of Somerville, 1922 
Francis Welles Hunnewell 
Gertrude Gouverneur Hunnewell 
Lois Dorman Russell 
Chestnut Hill Bed, 1923 
Ralph Hudson Crocker 
Willard Smith Curtis 



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MEMORIAL BEDS 



Ward 4 

Brookline Woman's Club 
Dorothy Quincy Cot 
Kent Pettingill 
Livingston Wadsworth 
Rachel Tower Tarbell 
Wellesley Hills 
Brookline Bed, 1923 



Brookline Aid Bed 

Edward Jerome Hitchings 

Dorothy Winthrop 

Charles Dalton 

William Gray 

Swedish Women of Greater Boston 

Massachusetts Maine Daughters 



Sarah Wyman Whitman 



Ward 5, Upper 

Julia H. Appleton 
Frances Todd Baldwin 
Harriet M. Billings 
Selina Jarvie Fletcher 
Ellen Maria Pierce 
Mary Ellen Putnam 



Sarah Eliza Thatcher 
Louise Julia Tucker 
Sarah Wyman Whitman 
Margaret Munsell 
Anna Goodwin Tuttle 
Louise Shearer Butler 
Louis Bridgman 



Ward 5, Lower 

To the memory of Stephen Wheat- 
land 

In memory of Edward Ellery 
Knowlton 

Frank Seaver Billings Memorial 
Bed 

In loving memory of Hermon 
John Huidekoper 



James C. Melvin, Jr. 
Francis Skinner 
Charles Dickens 1812-1870 
In memory of Jack Marvin 
Albert H. Munsell 
Charles Loring Young 
Robert Millholland Hanna, Jr. 
Eliot Withington, 1896-1897 



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Donations and Subscriptions 



155 



Abbott, Gordon . 
Abbott, Hall & Co. . 
Abraham, Mrs. Bessie S 
Acacia Chapter No. 80, O 

E. S 

Accomack Tribe No. 

I. O. R. M. . . 
Acton Woman's Club 
Adams, Chapman Co. 
Adams, Charles F. . 
Adams, Mrs. Charles H 
Adams, Ernest L. 
Adams, Miss Ethelind 
A Friend .... 
Adams, Mrs. Karl . 
Adlow, Nathan . 
Agassiz, Rodolphe 
Agoos Family Charity Fund 
Aiken, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred 

L 

Alberts, Mrs. I. ... 

Alden Speare's Sons Co.. 
Aldrich, Mrs. Charles T. . 
Aldrich, Mr. and Mrs. 

William T 

Aletheon Chapter, No. 154, 

O. E. S 

Alford, Edward B. . . . 
Alford, Mrs. O. H. . . . 

Allen, Frank G 

Allen, Dr. Freeman . 

Allen, Philip R 

Allen, Mrs. T., Jr. . . . 
Altrurian Club of Shirley . 
Amalgamated Ass'n. of 

Street and Electric R. R. 

Employees of America, 

Division No. 448 ... 5. 00 

Amalgamated Ass'n. of 

Street R. R. Employees, 

Local No. 253 .... 5.00 
Amalgamated Sheet Metal 

Workers, Local No. 200 . 5.00 



)2,500. 00 

15.00 
5.00 

10. 00 

2. 00 

3.00 

10. 00 

100. 00 

10. 00 

5.00 
25.00 

5.00 
20. 00 

5.00 

25.00 

100. 00 

25.00 

10.00 

10.00 

2.00 

100. 00 

25.00 

50.00 

100. 00 

25.00 

5.00 
25.00 

5.00 
10.00 



Amalgamated Shoe Workers 
of America, Heel Workers' 
Local No. 3 . . . . 

Amalgamated Shoe Workers 
of America, Local No. 39 

Ames, Chester G. 

Ames, Mrs. F. Lothrop 

Ames, Mrs. James Barr . 

Amory, Browne & Co. Em 1 
ployees 

Amory, Mrs. Charles B.. 

Amory, Mrs. C. W. . . 

Amory, Mrs. Robert 

Amory, Roger 

Amory, Mrs. William 

Anderson, Clayton & Co. 

Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Larz 

Angevine, Jay B. 

Angier, Mr. and Mrs. G. M 

Angus, George R. 

Anonymous — Arlington 
Mass 

Anonymous — Devon, Mass 

Anonymous .... 

Anonymous .... 

Anonymous .... 

Anonymous .... 

Anthony, Arthur C. . 

Anthony, Mrs. Nathan . 

Anthony & Smith, Inc. . 

Apartment House Janitors 
and Choremens' Union, 
Local No. 5 . . . 

Appleton, Mrs. F. H., Jr. 

Appleton, Miss Maud E. 

Appleton, Samuel 

Appleton, William . 

Apthorp, Mrs. H. O.. . 

Arcadia Lodge No. 113, K. of 
P 

Armour Leather Co. 

Arnold, E. K. ... 

Arnold, Fred A. . 



25.00 

5.00 

1. 00 

100. 00 

25.00 

19.00 
25.00 
10. 00 
25.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
200.00 

2.00 
50.00 

5- 00 

2.13 

5.00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

1. 00 

5.00 

5.00 

25.00 



5.00 
5.00 

100. 00 
50.00 

100. 00 
5.00 

10.00 
50.00 
10.00 
10.00 



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DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Mrs. 



Louis 



Aronson, Benjamin . 
Aronson, Mr. and 

Joseph 

Ashland Home Study Club 
Athol Woman's Club, Inc. 
Atkinson, Edward W. . 
Auerbach, Frederic S. 
Aurora Chapter No. 9, 0. E. S 
Austin, Mrs. David S., 2d 
Austin, James W. 
Austin, Mrs. W. H. M. . 
Avery, Elisha L. . 
Avery Hotel Co. . 
Ayer, Charles F. . 
Ayer, Mrs. James B.. 
Ayer Woman's Club 

Backus, John H. . 
Bacon, Miss Ellen S. 
Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. G. 
Badger, Daniel B. 
Badger, Walter I. 
Baer, Mr. and Mrs 
Bailen, Samuel L. 
Bailey, Frank O. 
Bailey, Harry L. . 
Bailey, Mrs. James A. 
Baileys .... 
Baird, Charles L. 
Bake, Miss Norma I. 
Baker, Mrs. B. J. . 
Baker, Mrs. Charles A. 
Baker, Mrs. Helen S. 
Baker, Mary J. . . 
Bakery and Confectionery 

Workers Local No. 108 of 

Brockton 

Bakery and Confectionery 

Workers Local No. 183 . 
Balch, Mrs. Lewis 
Baldwin, George Storer, Jr. 
Baldwin, Mrs. Herman T. . 
Baldwin, James H. . . . 
Banash, David J. 
Bancroft, Charles G. 
Barber, J. W. Advertising 

Agency 

Barbers Union, Local No. 

447 of New Bedford . 
Through P. E. Barbour — 

Proceeds of play given by 

a group of young boys . 



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Barlow, Charles L. . 

Barnard, F. J. & Co. 

Barnard, James H. . 

Barnes, Charles B. . 

Barnes, Frank L. 

Barnes, George L. 

Barnet, Mrs. Howard J 

Barnet, Mrs. S. J. . 

Barney, Mrs. Anne S. 

Barnstable Woman's Club 

Barnstead Manufacturing 
Company .... 

Barron, Clarence W. 

Barrows, Miss Cecelia A 

Bartlett, Mrs. . . . 

Bartlett, Mrs. Edwin B. 

Bartlett, Matthew . . 

Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Nel- 
son S 

Bartlett, Mrs. Stephen L. 

Bartol, Miss Elizabeth H. 

Bartol, Mrs. John W. 

Basker, Mrs. S. J. . 

Batchelder & Snyder Com- 
pany .... 

Bates, Mrs. Oric . 

Baxter, Mrs. G. P. . 

Baxter, Mrs. G. P.- 
memory of Mrs. J 
Sylvester 

Bayley, Mrs. E. B. . 

Bayley, Mrs. M. R. . 

Baylies, Walter C. . 

Baylies, Mrs. Walter C. 

Bay State Division No. 413, 
Order of R. R. Conductors 

Beal, Boylston A. 

Beal, Mrs. Boylston A 

Beal, Henry W. . 

Beal, Thomas P. . 

Beauvais, L. F. . 

Becker, Morris I. 

Beebe, Mrs. Junius 

Beggs, Mrs. M. Louise 

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Benjamin, Edgar P. . 
Benjamin, W. W. 
Benner, Miss Maude J. 
Bennett, E. P. . . 
Bennett, Mrs. T. W. 
Bentley, E. . . . 
Benton, Austin C. 
Berenson, Bernard . 
Berger, Mrs. Mary . 
Berlin Tuesday Club 
Berman, A. . 
Berry, Miss Mabel H. 
Berry-Wales Co. . 
Beverly Lodge No. 

B. P. O. E. ... 
Bicknell, H. V. . . 
Biddle, Mrs. W. E. . 
Bigelow, Mrs. Albert F. 
Bigelow, Mr. and Mrs 

Charles Willard . . 
Bigelow, Henry F. . 
Bigelow, Mrs. Henry F. 
Bigelow, Kennard & Co. 
Bigelow, Mrs. Lewis S. . 
Billings, Charles O. — 

memory of Little Tad . 
Bindery Women's Union 

Local No. 56 . 
Binner, Mrs. Stella E 
Binney, Mrs. Horace 
Bird, Charles S. . 
Bird, Mrs. R. W. 
Birdsall, A. W. . 
Bitner, L. I. . 
Bixby, William H. 
Black, Frank A. . 
Black Sambos C. H. Club 
Blacksmiths' Union, Local 

No. 105 .... 
Blaisdell, C. T. . . . 
Blake, Mrs. Arthur W. . 
Blake, George B. 
Blake, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. L 
Blake, Vaas & Kelligrew Co 
Blaney, Helen E. 
Blank, F. C. . . 
Bliss, Elmer Jared 
Bliss, Miss F. A. . 
Bliss, Fabyan & Co., Em 

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Blodgett, Ordway & Webber 
Blomquist, Miss Edith 
Blood, J. B. Co. . . 
Bloom, William & Co. 
Blumenthal, Abraham 
Boardman, Reginald 
Boardman, Mrs. William D. 
Bodman, Miss Sara E. . 
Boit, Robert A. & Co. . . 
Boland, Dr. and Mrs. E. S. . 
Bolles, Miss Dorothy F. 
Bond, Henry Herrick 
Bongiovanni, Mrs. Mariano 
Bonney, Miss Maria L. . 
Boomer, J. Robert . 
Boot and Shoe Workers 

Union, Cutters' Local No. 

456 

Booth, Ernest .... 
Boston Carmen's Union 
Boston Chapter No. 68, O. 

E. S 

Boston Council of Girl 

Scouts 

Boston Elevated System, 

Painters Local Union No. 

1138 

Boston Envelope Co. 

Boston Joint Board, Amal- 
gamated Clothing Work- 
ers of America .... 

Boston Letter Carrier's Mu- 
tual Benefit Ass'n. 

Boston Local No. 11, 1. A. T. 
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Boston Musicians' Protec- 
tive Ass'n. Local No. 9, 
A. F. ofM 

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Boston Photo Engravers' 
Union No. 3, 1. P. E.U. . 

Boston Plate Printers Union 
No. 3 . . ^ . . . 

Boston Rooming House 
Ass'n 

Boston Stereotypers' Union 
No. 2 

Boston Typographical Union 
No. 13 

Bothfeld, Mrs. Anna E. 

Bourne, John S. R. . 



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Bowden, H. L. 
Bowditch, Miss Cornelia 
Bowen, Benjamin J. . 
Bowker, Mrs. J. H. . 
Bowker, Mrs. W. H. 
B. P. O. E. Lodge No 

of Webster . 
Brackett, Mrs. R. P. 
Bradford, Mrs. Gershom 
Bradlee, Arthur T. . 
Bradlee, Henry G. . 
Bradlee, Mrs. Reginald 
Friends of Mrs. Reginald 

Bradlee . 
Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. J 

C 

In memory of Rowie Sawyer 
from Mrs. Mary E. Saw- 
yer-Bradley (For go-cart) 
Bradley, Mrs. Ralph . . 
Bradley, Walter H. . . . 

Brande, Mrs. H 

Brandegee, Mrs. Edward D. 
Bremer, Miss Mabel F. . 
Bremer, S. Parker 

Brewer, Miss E 

Brewer, Miss Fannie R. 
Brewer, Miss Lucy P. — In 
memory of Charles D. 
Brewer ...... 

Brewster, Mrs. William . 

Brickley, B. A 

Briggs, Alton E 

Briggs, Frank H. . . . 
Briggs, Rosamond Lowell . 
Brine, Mrs. Mary E. . . 

Brine, Paul B 

Brockton Chapter No. 87, 

O. E. S 

Brockton Division No. 235, 
A.A.ofS.&E.R.E.ofA. 
Brockton Musicians' Union, 
Local No. 138 .... 
Brook Hill Thimble Club, 
Milton, 1922 (For go-cart) 
Brookline-Chestnut Hill Day 4 
$2,000 of which was applied 
against Memorial Beds 
Brookline Lodge No. 886, 

B. P. O. E 

Brookline Town Employees, 
Local No. 44 ... 



50. 00 Brookline Woman's Club 
10.00 Brooks, Gorham . 
5.00 Brooks, Mrs. Henry G. . 
1. 00 Brooks, Mrs. Katharine T. 
15. 00 Brooks, Mrs. Walter D. 

Brotherhood of Locomotive 

25. 00 Engineers, Division No. 61 

1. 00 Brotherhood of Painters, 

10. 00 Decorators and Paper- 

100. 00 hangers of America, Local 

250. 00 Union No.- 561 of Marl- 

5.00 borough 

Brotherhood of Painters, 
11.00 Decorators and Paper- 

hangers of America, Local 
100.00 Union No. 773 

Brotherhood of R. R. and 

Steamship Clerks, Old 

35- 00 Colony Lodge No. 143 . 

5. 00 Brotherhood of R. R. Clerks, 

25.00 Boston Lodge No. 119 . 

1. 00 Brotherhood of R. R. Station 

50. 00 Employees, Local No. 45 

25.00 Brotherhood of R. R. and 

100. 00 Steamship Clerks . 

10. 00 Brotherhood of R. R. Train- 

25. 00 men, Boston Lodge No. 97 

Brown, Mrs. A. E. . . 

Brown Durell Co. 

100. 00 Brown, Miss Elizabeth B. 

2.00 Brown, George E. 

5.00 Brown, Mrs. Gus 

5. 00 Brown & Howe . 

5. 00 Brown, Rachael, Deborah 

10. 00 and Letitia — Proceeds of 

10. 00 entertainment . 

2.00 Brown, Mrs. J. F. 

Brown, T. Hassall 

25. 00 Brown, William H. 

Browne, Alexander S 
5. 00 Brush, Horace D. 

Bryant, Mrs. Joseph S. 
5.00 Bryant, Mrs. Lincoln 
Bryant & Ordway Co. 
35- 00 Buell, Miss Grace 
,833. 90 Buff, Miss Alice E. E. 
Buff, Henry A. . . 
Buff, Miss M. Elsie . 
Bullard, Miss Ellen T. 
50. 00 Burdett, Everett W. 
Burgess, Mr. and 
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Burke, Mrs. N. P. . 
Burnett, Robert M. . 
Burnham, Henry D. 
Burnham, Mrs. W. A 
Burr, Mr. and Mrs. Allston 
Burr, Heman M. 
Burr, I. Tucker . 
Burr, I. Tucker, Jr. 
Burr, Sidney A. . 
Burroughs, George 
Bush, Charles T. 
Bush, S. D. & Co. 
Busy Bee Club . 
Buxbaum, J. . 
Buxbaum, Maurice 
Buxbaum, S. Co. 
Byers, Mrs. William 
Byng, Mrs. Harry . 

Cabot, Mrs. Arthur T. . 
Cabot Club of Middleboro 
Cabot, Godfrey L. . 
Cabot, Mrs. Richard C. 
Cabot, Mrs. Sewall . 
Cahill, M. F. . 
Caiger, Edward B. . 
Calderwood, George A. . 
Calhoun, William 
Call, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. 
Callahan, Timothy F. . 
Cambridge Lodge No. 839 

B. P. O. E. . . . 
Campana, Nicola 
Campbell, A. D. . 
Campbell, Evelyn E. 
Campbell, Mrs. Robert . 
Campion, John H. . 
Cannell, Miss Nellie E. . 
Carey, Arthur A. 
Carleton, Mrs. E. B. 
Carleton, E. B. & Co. Inc 
Carol Club, Children of . 
Carpenter, J. E. . 
Carpenters and Joiners Local 

Union No. 351 . 
Carpenters Local No. 157 
Carpenters Local No. 680 of 

Newton Centre 
Carpenters Local No. 693 of 

Needham . 
Carpenters Local No. 1479 °f 

Walpole 



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50.00 40 125.00 

25. 00 Carpenters Local Union No. 

5.00 218 10.00 

50. 00 Carpenters Local Union No. 

25.00 275 ...... . 15.00 

50. 00 Carpenters Local Union No. 

10.00 1287 of New Bedford . . 2.00 

5. 00 Carpenters Union No. 1754 . 5. 00 

25.00 Carpenters Union Local No. 

20. 00 67 of Roxbury .... 20. 00 

25.00 Carpet and Linoleum Me- 

2.00 chanics Union Local No. 

5.00 109 10.00 

5.00 Carr, Frank A 15.00 

5.00 Carroll, Miss Ellen E. . . 10.00 

25.00 Carroll, Francis M. ... 2.00 

50. 00 Carry On Club .... 200. 00 

Carter, Rice & Co., Corp'n . 25.00 

100.00 Cary, Miss Georgina S. . . 150.00 

5.00 Case, Miss Louise W. . . 100.00 

50. 00 Case, Miss Marian Roby . 25. 00 

50. 00 Casey, James F 100. 00 

5.00 Casey, John H. . . . . 5.00 

10. 00 Cathedral Church of St. Paul 

5.00 in the Diocese of Mass., 

5. 00 The 5.00 

1. 00 Central Clothing Co. . . 5.00 

10. 00 Central Labor Union of Salem 5. 00 

10. 00 Chandler & Co 250. 00 

Channing, Walter ... 10. 00 

50.00 Chany, John 25.00 

1. 00 Chapin, A. B. H. . . . 10.00 

1. 00 Chapin, Horace D. . . . 25.00 

1. 00 Chapman, Mrs. J. E. . . 2.00 

10.00 Charak, Mrs. 1 3. 00 

10. 00 Charak, William .... 10. 00 

1. 00 Chard, Chester and Friends 

10.00 — Proceeds of Play . 3.00 

100. 00 Chard, Mrs. Walter ... 10. 00 

15.00 Charitable Irish Society . 100.00 

9.01 Cheetham, George K. . . 2.00 
15.00 Cheever, Dr. and Mrs. David 25.00 

Chelsea Lodge No. 938, B. P. 

15. 00 O. E 10. 00 

25.00 Chestnut Hill Boy's Club . 100.00 

Chickering, Mrs. John J. . 100. 00 

5.00 Child, Miss Ruth L. S. . 2.00 
Children of the American 

5.00 Revolution 95. 00 

Children of the Dorchester 

5. 00 Physicians' Wives' Ass'n. . 27. 00 

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Childs, Sleeper & Co. 
Choate, Charles F., Jr. . 
Church School, Church 

the Good Shepherd 
Church School, Church 

our Saviour 
Church School of the Union 

Church in Waban, The 
Cigarmakers Union No. 9 

of Worcester . 
City Employees Local No 

901 of Everett . 
City Fire Fighters' Union 

Local No. 138 . 
"C" .... 
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Ather 

ton 

Clark, Cecil .... 
Clark, Frederick H. . 
Clark, Mrs. Henry C. 
Clark, Joseph H. 
Clark, Payson & Co. 
Clark, Vanderhoof & Little 
Clark, Mrs. William R. . 
Clarke, Mr. and Mrs 

Hermann F. 
Clarke, Marshall G. . 
Clearwater, Miss Emilie 
Cleary, Miss Marion F. 
Clifford, Charles P. . 
Clinton Women's Club 
Cloak and Skirt Makers 

Union, Local No. 75 
Clough, Mr. and Mrs 

George H. . 
Clough, Mrs. M. P 
Clover Club of North Easton 

Clute, A. M 

Coale, Mrs. George O. G 
Cobb, Bates & Yerxa 
Cobb, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 

K. . . 
Cochrane, A. L. . 
Codman, Miss C. A. 
Coffey, William J. 
Coffin & Burr, Inc. 
Coffin, C. A. . . 
Cogswell, Charles N 
Cohen, Abraham K. 
Cohen, George 
Colby, Alfred H. 
Colby & Sawyer . 



10.00 Cole, George L 5.00 

100. 00 James Ray Cole Lodge No. 

160, K. of P 10. 00 

25. 88 Coleman, J. C. & Sons Co. . 100. 00 

Colley- Woods Co. . . . 25.00 

15.00 Commercial Co., The . . 25.00 

Committee of the Perman- 
25.00 ent Charity Fund, Inc. . 7,500.00 
Community Club of Canton 55.00 
5.00 Community Club of Isling- 
ton — The Woman's Club 3. 00 
19. 75 Community Service Com. of 
the Women in Council of 

10. 00 Roxbury 3. 00 

to. 00 Conant, A. B 25.00 

Concord Woman's Club . 10. 00 

25.00 Cone, Mrs. Arthur ... 1.00 

2.00 Congregational Mothers' 

1. 00 Club of Bridgewater . . 20.00 

100.00 Connell & McKone Co. . . 5. 00 

50.00 Conrad, Mrs. A. Z. ... 5.00 

25.00 Conrad, Sidney S. . . . 300.00 

25.00 Converse, C. C 500.00 

10.00 Converse, Mrs. C. C. . . 500.00 

Conway, John T. . . . 2.00 

50. 00 Coolidge, Amory . . . 100. 00 
25.00 Coolidge, Prof. Archibald 

5.00 Cary 25.00 

1. 00 Coolidge, Mrs. Francis L. . 5.00 
10. 00 Coolidge, Harold J. . . . 100. 00 
3.00 Coolidge, Mrs. Harold J. . 100.00 
Coolidge, J. Randolph . . 75.00 
5.00 Coolidge, Mrs. J. Temple- 
man 100. 00 

250. 00 Coolidge, T. Jefferson . . 100. 00 

25.00 Coolidge, Mrs. T. Jefferson . 300.00 

10. 00 Anonymous 50. 00 

5.00 Cooms, Mrs. Robert M. . 5.00 
20.00 Coonley, Mr. and Mrs. 

100. 00 Howard 50. 00 

Cooper, J. G. & Co. ... 50. 00 

20.00 Copley Plaza, The . . . 25.00 

10.00 Cordingley, William R. . . 25.00 

100. 00 Cormerais, E. V. ... 10. 00 

2.00 Cotter, James A. . . . 50.00 

50. 00 Cotting, Charles E. . . . 50. 00 

100. 00 Cotting, Mrs. Charles E. . 50. 00 

5.00 Cotton, Miss Elizabeth A. . 100.00 

10. 00 Cotton, J. P 10. 00 

5.00 Couch, William .... 10.00 
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Cowell, H. A. ... 
Cowherd, Mrs. A. S. 
Cox, Mrs. William E. . 
Coyne, Miss Katherine F 
Crabtree, Miss Lotta M. 
Craig, Mrs. David R. 
Craighead, Miss Joy- 
Crane Co 

Crehore, Miss Lucy C. . 
Crescent Chapter No. 44 O 

E. S 

Crocker, Leonard E. 
Croll, Albert Ivins . 
Cronan, John F. . 
Cronin & Driscoll 
Crosby, Mrs. Nelson B 
Crosby, Mrs. S. N. . 
Crosby, Mrs. S. V. R. 
Cross, Charles F. & Co. Inc. 
Crossman, Howard A. 
Crowley, P. J. 
Crowinshield, Mr. and Mrs 

F. B 

Cullen, Margaret V. 
Cullen,M. H. . . . 
Cumings, Arthur T., Inc 
Cummings, Mr. and Mrs 

Charles M. . . 
Anonymous . 
Cumner, Mrs. H. W. 
Cunningham, Frederick 
Cunningham, Mrs. Guy 
Curran, Maurice J. . 
Curran, Mrs. Maurice J 
Curtis, Allen 
Curtis, Mrs. Annie L. 
Curtis, Mrs. Charles P. 
Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. C 

Jr. 



Curtis, Miss Ellen S. 
Curtis, Mrs. Frank M. 
Curtis, Mrs. Horatio G. 
Curtis, Mrs. John S. 
Curtis, Louis . 
Curtis, Miss Mary . 
Curtis, Mrs. Richard C. 
Curtis & Sanger, Employees 
William Curtis' Sons Co 
Curtiss, Mr. and Mrs 

Frederick H. . 
Cushing, Hon. Grafton D. 
Cushing, Dr. Hayward W. 



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Cutler, Mrs. William W. 
Cutter, Mrs. V. M. . . 



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Dabney, Mrs. Josephine P. 
Dabney, Miss O. Frederica 
Dach, Mrs. S. . . 
Daffodil C. H. Club . 
Dalhousie Lodge F. & A 
Dalton, Miss Ellen B. 
Dalton, H. R. . . 
Damon, Arthur H. . 
Damon, George E. Co. 
Dana, Miss Mary Hurd 
Dana, Payson 
Dana, S. L. . 
Dancing Club, The . 
Dane, Mrs. Ernest B. 
Dane, Dr. and Mrs. Joh 
Danforth, Albion L. 
Daniels, Mrs. Joseph A. 
Daniels Printing Co. 
Danvers Women's Ass'n 
Davenport, George H. 
Davidson, William D. 
Davis, Mrs. C. S. . 
Davis, Miss Dorothy 
Davis, Harold S. 
Davis, Henry H. 
Davis, Mrs. Joseph E. 
Davis, Livingston 
Davis, W. B. . . . 
Davol, Mrs. Stephen B. 
Davy, H. G. . . . 
Dawson, H. & Co. 
Day, Miss Ethel G. . 
Day, H. B. . . . 
Anonymous 

Dayton, Mrs. William E 
Dean, James . 
Dean, J. Judson . 
DeGroat, F. E. . . 
Delivery Drivers Union 

Local No. 394 . 
DeLong, Mrs. Mary L 
Delta Phi Club . . 
Dennett, Carl P. 
Dennett, Mrs. Phillips 
Dennie, H. W. . . 
Anonymous . 
Devlin Bros. . 
Dewick, Frank A. 



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Dexter, Gordon . 

Dhondt, Mrs. 

Diana Chapter No. 101 

O. E. S. . . 
Dillon Read & Co. Employ 

ees .... 
Dingwell, Lester R. 
Dinner, Adolph I. 
Divver, Neil A. . 
Dizer, William E. 
Dobson, Frank W. 
Dodge, Mrs. Edwin 
Dodge, Frederic . 
Dodge, Robert G. 
Doe, William A. Co. 
Dolan, William G. 
Dolley, Fred M. . 
Donahue, Joseph J. 
Donahue, Robert M. 
Donald, Malcolm 
Donation Day 
Donnelly, E. F. . 
Donovan, Daniel DeC. 
Donovan, Joseph S 
Dooley, William J. 
Dorchester Dames 
Dorfman, Mrs. H. 
Dorr, Charles 
Do Thy Little Circle King 

Daughters . 
Douglas, Thomas S 
Downes, Frederick O 
Downes, J. Edward 
Downs, Jere A. . 
Draper, Mrs. B. H. Bristow 
Draper & Co. Inc. 
Draper, Hon. Eben S 
Draper, Wallace S. 
Drew, William J. 
Dreyfus, Carl 
Dreyfus, Sydney . 
Dreyfus, Mrs. Sidney 
Drost, C. A. . 
Drown, Miss Mary F. 
Duff, Mrs. J. Robertso 
Duffy, Thomas F. 
Anonymous . 
Dunbar, Harry C. 
Dunne, F. L. & Co. 
Dunnington, James 
Dupee, W. A. 



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Duxbury C. H. Clubs 

Of which $872. 90 was 

applied against the 

purchase of X-Ray 

apparatus. 

Blue Fish C. H. 

Club . . .$300.00 
Bumble Bee Club 100.00 
Myles Standish 

C. H. Club . 100.00 
Powder Point C. 

H. Club . . 200.00 
Samoset C. H. 

Club . . 100.00 

Thirteen Beavers 

C. H. Club . 100.00 
Try Hard C. H. 

Club . . .100.00 

Dwinnell, Clifton H. 
Dyson, Miss Marion L. 

Eager, Miss Julia A. 

Eagle Lodge K. of P. of 

Revere .... 
Earl, Noble C. . . 
Eastman, Miss Helen P. 
Eastman, John . 
Economy Grocery Stores 

Co., So. Boston 
Economy Grocery Store 

Boston 
Edelstein 



1,872.90 



. Mrs. Walter . 
Edgar, Mrs. C. L. . . 
Edington & Co., Inc. 
Edwards, Nelson 
Egan, Mrs. Tappan . 
Ehrlich, David P. . . 
Ehrmann, H. B. . 
1884 Club of Lynn . 
Eiseman, Julius . 
Eisemann, Ludwig . 
Eliot, Mr. and Mrs. Amory 
Elkins, Frank M. 
Ellery, Mr. and Mrs. William 
Elliott, A. W. ... 

Ellis, C. A 

Ellis, Dr. Joseph B. . 
Ellis, Miss Kate . . . 
M. E. E 



Elmwood Athletic Club 
Ely, Edward S. . 
Emerson, Mrs. A. G. 
Emerson, D. R. & Co. 
Emerson, Airs. John H. 
Emerson, W. K. . 
Emery, Everett S. 



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Emery, Mrs. Florence L. 
Emmons, Mrs. R. W., 2d 
Emmons, Mrs. William B 
Endicott, Eugene 
Endicott, Henry . 
Endicott, Mrs. Henry B. 
Endicott, H. Wendell . 
Endicott, Miss Katharine 
Endicott, S. C. . 
Endicott, Mr. and Mrs 

William .... 
Epstein Drug Co. 
Epstein, S. A. ... 
Eustis, Mrs. F. A. . . 
Eustis, W. E. C. . . . 
Evans, Mrs. Lydia F. . 
Evans, Miss Mabel . . 
Evans, Wilmot R. 
Everett, Mrs. Edith M. 
Everett, Henry C. 
Everett, Henry C, Jr. . 
Everett, Richard M. 
Ex Regents (D. A. R.) Club 



Anonymous 
I. F. F. . 



Facey, Edward A. 
Fairbanks, Stephen . 
Fales, Mrs. Albert B. . 
Fales, Herbert E. 
Fall, Mrs. C. G. . . . 
Fallon, William G. . . 
Fallon, W. J. Leather Co. 
Faneuil Clothing Co. 
Fanning, Mrs. Frank 
Farley, J. W. . . . . 
Farnsworth, William 
Farnum, D. S. 
Farquhar, C. S. . 
Farrington, Daniel S. 
Faulkner, Miss Fannie M. 
Ruth Faxon Bed 
Fay, Elinor .... 
Fay, Mrs. Henry 
Anonymous .... 
Fearing, Mrs. Harriet . 
Feinberg, Miss Lillian H. 
Feldman, Mrs. Flora K. 
Felton, W. Sidney . 
Fenderson, Miss Martha J. 
Fenerstein, Mrs. Victor . 
Fenno, Edward N. . 



5.00 A Friend 

50. 00 Ferrell, George A. 

5.00 Fessenden, R. G. 

25.00 Fessenden, S. H 

20. 00 Feuerlicht, Mrs. R. B. . 

100. 00 Fidelity Chapter No. 90, 

100. 00 O. E. S 

50. 00 Field & Cowles .... 

50. 00 Field, Mrs. William DeYongh 

Filbin, John W 

2,500. 00 William Filene's Sons Co. . 

5.00 Finberg, Simon .... 

1. 00 Fine, Abram I 

20. 00 Fink, Nathan .... 

50.00 Finlay, A. W 

10. 00 Finney, William A. . 

1. 00 First Church in Chestnut 

50.00 Hill, S. S 

1. 00 First Parish Sunday School 

50. 00 of Hingham .... 

5- 00 Fischer, Mrs. F. L. . . . 

10. 00 Fish, Ira L 

10. 00 Fish Splitters and Handlers 
Union No. 14270 . . 

100.00 Fishel, Mrs. Abraham Lin- 

100. 00 coin — In memory of 

5.00 Raymond C. Fishel 

25.00 Fisher, Miss Caroline W. 

5. 00 Fisher, J 

100. 00 Fiske, Andrew .... 

1. 00 Fiske, Arthur P. — In mera- 

25.00 ory of William Sumner 

25.00 Fiske .... 

5. 00 Fitch, Miss Carrie T. 

2.00 Fitts, Henry King 

10.00 Fitzgerald, Desmond 

100. 00 Flagg, Dr. Elisha 

2.00 Fleming, E. & Co. 

10.00 Fleming, Mrs. S. N. . 

10. 00 Fletcher, Frederick C. 

50. 00 Flint, Mrs. Bertha Thayer, — 

100. 00 In memory of Mrs. Miriam 

4. 15 Thayer Seeley . 

5. 00 Flynn, John H. . 
10. 00 Foisie, N. G. . 
50. 00 Folsom Engraving Co. 

5.00 Foote, Arthur 

2.00 Fopiano, Albert B. . 

10. 00 Foran, George J. 

5.00 Forbes, Allan 

25.00 Forbes, Edward W. . 

15. 00 Forbes, Miss Ethel A. 



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Forbes, F. Murray . . . ioo. oo 

Forbes, Mrs. Waldo E. . . ioo. oo 

Forbes, Mrs. William H. . 50. 00 

Forsyth, James I. ... 1.00 

Forte-Moran Company . . 50. 00 

Foss, Benjamin S. . . . 10.00 

Foss, Eugene N 50. 00 

Foss, H. D. & Co., Inc. . . 10.00 

Foster, Dwight .... 10. 00 

Foster, F. A. & Co., Inc. . 25.00 

Foster, Miss Hilda . . . 2.00 

Foster, John P 1.00 

Fowler, Carl G 2.00 

Fox, Miss Edith M. . . 25.00 

Francis, George P. . . . 1.00 

Frank, Mrs. Daniel ... 5.00 

Frankenstein, Miss Lina H. 5.00 
Fraternal Chapter No. 136, 

O. E. S 25.00 

Fraternal Order of Eagles, 

Chelsea Aerie No. 439 . 5.00 

Freeburn, Elizabeth H. . . 1.00 

Freedman, Mrs. David . . 2.00 

Freedman, Mrs. L. M. . 5.00 

Freeland-Loomis Co. . . 100. 00 

Friday Club 5. 00 

Friedman, Miss Elsie T. . 5.00 

Friedman, Mrs. M. . . . 15.00 

Friedman, Miss Sophie M. . 5.00 

Friendly Folk (For go-cart) 35.00 
Friendship Chapter No. 58, 

O. E. S 5.00 

Friendship Lodge No. 92, 

K. of P 10. 00 

Frost, Mary Ryerson, Donald 
McKay, Jr., and Mary 
Jane — Proceeds of Fair. 12. 56 
Frothingham, Francis E. . 25.00 
Frothingham, Miss Julia W. 5.00 
Frothingham, Mrs. L. A. . 100. 00 
Frothingham, Mrs. Ran- 
dolph 10. 00 

Frye, Miss Elizabeth F. . 2.00 

Fuller, William E. . . . 10. 00 

Funderburk & Mitchell, Inc. 10. 00 

Furey, James H 1.00 

A Friend 10. 00 

Gallagher, Mr. and Mrs. 

H. C 50. 00 

Gallagher, Mrs. Julia Reed . 5. 00 

Galvin, Thomas F., Jr. . . 10. 00 



Garage & Auto Supply Co 
Garbutt, Andrew H 
Anonymous 



17 



Gardner, Carmileta E. 
Gardner, Mrs. C. B. 
Gardner, George P. . 
Gardner, Mrs. George P 
Gardner, G. Peabody, Jr 
Anonymous . 
Gardner, William A. 
Garfield Lodge No 

K. of P. ... 
Garofalo, Mrs. C. 
Gatcomb, Mrs. K. Gertrude 
Geary, Miss Mary Rice 
Gerry & Northup Co. 
Ghiloni, Alfred R. . 
Gibbons, Michael 
Giddings, F. C. . 
Giddon, Mrs. Abram 
Giesberg, Mrs. A. 
Gifford, F. R. . . 
Gilbert, Mrs. Ellen J. 
Gilbert, Miss Helen C. 
Gilchrist Co. . 
Gill, Arthur E. . . 
Gilman, Harris H. . 
Gilman, John S. . 
Gilmour, Rothery & Co, 
Gilson, Mrs. F. Howard 
Ginn, Mrs. Edwin 
Ginsberg, Mrs. I. 
The Ginter Co. . 
Ginzberg, Albert A 
Girl Scouts of Brookline (For 

Bed) 

Girl Scouts of Hingham 
Girl Scouts of Lexington 

Troup No. 2 (For Bed) 
Girl Scouts of Newton (For 

Bed). . . 
Gleason, Gilbert Howe 
Glendale Chapter No. 

O. E. S. ... 
Goddard, George N. 
Goddard, Miss Mary L. 
Gold, Irsael . 
Goldman, Mrs. Charles 
Goldstein, Mrs. Sadie L. 
Goodnow, Mrs. William N. 
Goodrich, B. F. Rubber Co 

Employees .... 



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Goodwin, Augustus F. . . 25.00 

Goodwin, Mrs. H. M. . . 50. 00 
Goodyear Operators Local 

No. 2, of Lynn ... 5.00 

Gordon, Mrs. E. A. . . . 10.00 

Gordon, Mrs. Ellis ... 5.00 

Gordon, Ellis & Sons . . 5. 00 

Gordon, Nathan H. . . . 100. 00 

Gormley, James R. . 20. 00 

Gosselin, Mrs. Emily . . 1.00 

Gowen, Mrs. Mildred . .. 1.00 

The Grafonola Shops, Inc. . 25.00 

Graham, Mrs. George F. . 10. 00 

Graham, Mrs. Harriet B. . 5.00 

Graham, Louis .... 2.00 
Grandin, Mr. and Mrs. John 

L 100. 00 

Granite Cutters' Int. Ass'n. 

of America 5. 00 

Grant, George W. . . . 50. 00 

Gray, Francis .... 10. 00 

Gray, Mrs. Francis ... 10. 00 

Gray, Helen E 6. 00 

Gray, Mrs. Horace, 2d . . 5. 00 

Gray, Mrs. John Chipman . 25.00 

Gray, Morris 15.00 

Gray, P. A 2. 00 

Gray, Reginald .... 25.00 

Gray, Mrs. Reginald . . 25.00 
Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea 

Co., The 25.00 

Great Moguls C. H. Club . 300. 00 
Greater Boston Women's 

Aux. to the R. R. Mail 

Ass'n. ....... 5.00 

Green, Mrs. J 1.00 

Green, Merrill K. 10. 00 

Kate Greenaway C. H. Club 300. 00 

Greenbaum, Mrs. A. . . 2.00 
Greene, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin 

Farnham 100. 00 

Greene, Mrs. L. D. . . . 1.00 

Greenough, M. S. . . . 15.00 

Grew, Edward W. . . . 25.00 

Grosberg, Israel M. . . . 5. 00 

Grosvenor, Theodore P. . 25.00 

Groton School, Sunday School 5.00 

Grozier, Mrs. Edwin A. . . 25.00 

Guild, Miss Sarah L. . . 10.00 
Gulick, Mr. and Mrs. 

Charles B 5. 00 

Gunby, Col. Frank M. . . 10.00 



Gunsenhiser, Abram Co. 
Guterman & Guterman . 
Gutterman, Albert . 

Alice Hawthorne Hadden, 

In memory of . 
Hadley, Mrs. G. F. . . . 

Hagan, H. E 

Hagarty, Miss Anne S. . 

Haigh, H. & Co 

Hale, Mrs. F. J 

Hall, Arthur D 

Hall & Cole, Inc. . . . 
Hall, Rev. George Atwater 
Hallahan, Miss Elizabeth L. 
Hallett, Herbert K. . . . 
Hallowell, John W. . . . 
Hallowell, Jones & Donald . 
Hallowell, Mrs. N. Penrose 
Hamburger, Leo S. . 
Hamburger, S. 
Hamlen, Mrs. P. M. 
Hammond, Mrs. C. M 
Hammond, H. L. 
Hammond, William A. 
Hanauer, Maurice 
Hanks, Harold S. 
Hannah Adams Club 

Medfield . . . 
Hannon, Joseph C. . 
Hanover Co., The L. 
Hanrihan, Peter . 
Harden, Miss Lucy W 
A Friend .... 
Harding, Emor H. . 
Harding, Mrs. Louis 
Hardwood Finishers Local 

No. 1074 . 
Harmony Chapter No 

O. E. S. . 
Harrington, E. U 
Harris, F. K. . 
Harris, Isaac . 
Hart, Francis R. 
Hartstone, Walter 
Harwood, A. Leslie, Jr. 
Harwood, Mr. and Mrs. 

Bartlett 

Harwood, Miss Blanche G. 
Harwood, Mr. and Mrs. John 

H 

Harwood, Sydney 



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DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Haskell, Edward H. . 
Haskell, Joseph . 
Haskell, Miss Mary J 
Hassenfus, Miss Caroline M 
Hatch, Roger C. . 
Hatfield, Dr. and Mrs. H. K. 
Haughton & Co. . 
Haven, Mrs. Edward B. 
Haverhill Lodge No. 165 

B. P. O. E. ... 
Hawkins, Miss Gertrude E. 
Hawkridge, Mrs. Ella M. 
Hawthorne Chapter No. 48 

O. E. S 

Hayden, Mrs. Charles R. 
Haynes, Edmund B. 
Haynes, Mrs. Edmund B 
Haynes, Eugene B. . 

Haynes, L. A 

Heard Chapter No. 94, 

O. E. S. ... 
Heard, Mrs. E. S. . 
Hearty, E. W. J. 
Heath, S. Clark . . 
Hebrew Bakers Union, Local 

No. 45 

Hecht, Simon E. . 
Hedge, Henry R. 
Anonymous ..... 
Helburn, Mr. and Mrs. 

W 

Henderson, Mrs. Ethel M 
Hendry, Mrs. Hilma M. 
Henley-Kimball Co., The 
Herman, Mrs. Alice . 
Herman, Mrs. J. M. 
Herman, Miss Louise 
Herman, Mrs. William 
Herrick, Robert F., Jr. 
Hersey, Ira C. 
Heuser, Louis J. . 
Heyer, John C. . 
Hickey, John . 
Hicks, Mrs. John Jay 
A Friend .... 
Higginson, F. L., Jr. 
Higginson, Mrs. H. L. 
Hill, Barlow & Homans 
Hill, Charles A. . . 
Hill, Mrs. Charles A. 
Hill, Donald M. . . 
Hillson, Louis 



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Hillyard, Miss Mabel . 
Hitchcock, William Harold 

Hoague, T 

Hobbs, Conrad . 
Hodenosaunee Tribe No. 6 

I. O. R. M. ... 
Hodges, Sylvester 
Hofmann, Moe . 
Hollander, L. P. Co. . 

Hollis, E. S 

Holly Wreath Club . . 
Holmes, Miss Sybil H. . 
Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 

H 

Holtzer, Charles W. . 
Holway, Mrs. L. C. . . 
Holyoke Typographical 

Union No. 253 
Holzman, G. Augustus . 
Holzman, Mrs. Joseph . 
Homans, Mrs. John, Sr. 
Homans, Robert . 
Homans, William P. 
Homer, Mrs. Robert 
Hood Co., John . 
Hook, Edward M. . . 
Hooper, Mrs. James R. . 
Hooper, Mrs. Mary A. . 
Hope, Norman S. 
Hopkinton Public Health 

Ass'n 

Horace Greeley Lodge No 

163, K. of P. . . . 
Horblit, Mark M. . . 
Horlick, Samuel . 
Hornblower, Henry . 
Hornblower, R. . . . 

Horton, J. B 

Horwitz, Philip . 
Hosmer, Mrs. Sidney 
Hotchkin Co. 
Houghton & Dutton Co. 
Houghton, Miss Elizabeth G 
Houghton Wool Co. . 
Howe, Henry S. . 
Howe, Mrs. Henry S. 
Howe, James C. . 
Howe, Mrs. J. Murray . 
Howe, Percival S. 
Howes, David P. 
Hubbard, Charles W. 
Hubbard, Mrs. Eliot 



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45 



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Hubbard, Miss Helen . 
Hubbard, John T. . 
Hubbard, Paul M. . . . 
Hudson, Miss Agnes B. — In 

memory of Miss M. R. 

Hudson .... 
Hull Woman's Club . . 
Hultgren, Mrs. Anna E. 
Hunneman, John A. 
Hunnewell, Mr. and Mrs 

Arnold W 

Hunnewell, Mrs. Arthur 
Hunnewell, Francis W. . 
Hunnewell, Miss Gertrude 
Hunnewell, Henry S. 
Hunnewell, Miss Louisa 
Hunnewell, Miss Mary . 
Hunnewell, Walter . 
Hunt, Mrs. A. K. . . 
Hunt, Mrs. John C. . . 
Hunter Mfg. Co. . . 
Huntley, Mrs. Frederic S. 
Hurd, Mrs. C. R. . . 
Hurd, Mrs. E. L. . . 
Hurd, Mrs. G. Newell . 
Hurlburt, Henry F., Jr. . 
Hussey, J. E. A. . . 

Hustis, J. H 

Hutchings, Miss Estelle C. 
Hutchins, Mrs. C. F. 
Hutchins, C. P. . 
Anonymous .... 
Hymqn, Mrs. A. . 
Hyman Bros. 
Hyman, Joseph M. . 
Hynes, George M. 

Ide, Henry J. ... 

Ideal Neckwear Co., Inc 
The 

Ilsley, Mrs. J. P. 

Inches, Mrs. Henderson 

Ingraham, Miss A. E. . 

Int. Alliance of Theatrical 
Stage Employees and Mov- 
ing Picture Mach. Opera- 
tors Local Union No. 505 . 

Int. Ass'n. of Heat and Frost 
Insulators and Asbestos 
Workers, Local No. 6 . 

Int. Bro. of Bookbinders, 
Local No. 176 . 



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Int. Bro. of Firemen and Oil- 
ers, Local No. 143 . 

Int. Bro. of Stationary Fire- 
men, Local No. 3 . 

Int. Ladies' Garment Work- 
ers Union, Local No. 49 . 

Int. Longshoremen's Ass'n., 
Local No. 822 .... 

Int. Longshoremen's Ass'n., 
Local No. 1799 

Int. Molders' Union No. 468 



Irving & Casson — A 
Davenport Co. 



Alii 



Jackson, Charles . 
Jackson, Mrs. C. C. 
Jackson & Curtis, Employees 
Jackson, Dr. Henry . 
Jackson, Henry D. . 
Jackson, Mrs. James, J 
Jackson, P. T. & Co. 
Jackson, William K. 
Jacobson, Ada 
Jamaica Plain Junior 

ance, The . 
Jameson, Thomas B. 
Jamieson, Joseph B. 
Jaques, Miss H. L. . 
Jardine, William . 
Jay's Sale .... 
Jeffries, William A. . 
Jenkins, Miss Muriel 
Jenks, William W. . 
Jenney, Malcolm 
Jenney Mfg. Co. 
Jennings, George 
Jenny Lind Lodge 
Jepson, Miss Flora E. 
Jepson, Miss Mabel A. 
Jeselsohn, Louis . 
Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. Pliny 
Jewish Children's Aid So 

ciety 
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs 

Arthur S 

Johnson, E. C. 
Johnson, Mrs. Edward J. 
Johnson, G. A. . 
Johnson, Miss Mildred . 
Johnson, Miss Rosamond P 
Jolles, Louis .... 
Jones, Mrs. Benjamin M 



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DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Jones, George R. ... 2. 00 
Jones, McDuffee & Stratton 

Corp 50. 00 

Jordan, Edwin F. ... 3.00 

Jordan, Robert .... 200. 00 

Joslin, Mrs. E. P. ... 5.00 

Joslin, Ernest A. ... 2.00 
Jouett, Mr. and Mrs. Mark 

R-,Jr 75- 00 

Joy, C. Fred, Jr 1.00 

Joyce, Mrs. A. Florence . 2.00 

Judkins, E. H 5.00 

Julius Cohen & Josephy . 50. 00 
Junior Red Cross of one of 

the Boston Schools . . 17.44 



Inc 



Co 



Kaan, Mr. and Mrs. Frank 

W 

Kaffenburgh, Carl J. 
Kaffenburgh, I. & Sons, 
Kagno, Israel 
Kaler, Carney, Liffler & 
Kaplan, J. J. . . 
Karnheim, J. A. . 
Kasson, C. L. 
Kaufman, M. B. . 
Keane, M. & Son 
Keating, Mrs. James T. 
Keenan, M. H. . . 
Kehew, William B. . 
Keith Fund, Inc. 
Kelley, John A. . . 
Kelley, John J. . 
Kelley, Peter J. . . 
Kennedy, John J. 
Kennedy, Joseph P. . 
Kennedy, Thomas F. 
Kenney, Arthur D. . 
Kenney, John J. . 
Kenny, John . 
Kent, Mrs. Edward L 
Kerr, James L. . 
Kettell, Miss Charlotte A. 
Kettell, Miss Katharine L. 
Kidder, Charles A. 



Kidder, Mr. and Mrs. 
Kilday, John W. . . 
Kiley, John C. 
Killion, Bernard J. . 
Kimball, David P. . 
Kimball, Mrs. M. M. 
Kimball, Miss Myrta 



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Kimball, Rev. and Mrs. 

Thatcher R 

Kincaid, Miss Barbara . 
Kindergarten Children of 

the First Congregational 

Church of Hyde Park 
King, Miss Anne P. . 
King, Miss Caroline W. 
King, Miss Grace W. 
King, Mrs. Tarrant P. 
King, T. H. . . . 
Kingman & Hearty, Inc 
Kings' Daughters' Circle of 

Abington . 
Kirstein, Louis E. 
Kirstein, Mrs. Louis E 
Kitchell, Frank J. 
Kittredge, Wheaton . 
Klein, Mrs. J. B. 
Klopot, Abe . . . 
Klous, Mrs. Bessie . 
Klous, Henry 
Kneeland, William A. 
Knight, Mary E. 
Koshland, Mr. and Mrs 

Abraham 
Koshland, Jesse . 
Koshland, Robert J. 
Krakowski, Morris . 
Krech, Mrs. Shepard 
Kuposky, Mrs. B. 



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Ladd, Mrs. Alexander H. 
Ladd, Mary H. . . . 
Ladies' Aux. Soc'y., David 

Vicur Cholum . 
Ladies Dog Club 
Ladies Library Ass'n. 

Randolph .... 
Lally, William H. . . 
Lamson, Clement R. 
Lamson & Hubbard Corp 
Lane, Mrs. Carleton 
Lane, Mrs. F. E. . . 
Lane, Mrs. Gardiner M. 
Lane, Thomas J. 
Lang, Mrs. B. J. . 
Langill, Leslie 
Lankenau, John R 
Lanning, Edward 
Lanza, Charles C. 



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Lapham, Mrs. Henry G. 
Laserson, Leon 
Laskey, Mrs. L. E. . 
Lawrence, Mrs. A. A. 
Lawrence, Mrs. Edward 
Lawrence, George C. 
Lawrence, H. L. Co. 
Lawrence, John S. 
Lawrence, Miss M. B. . 
Lawrence School, Children 

of — From Junior Red 

Cross Fund .... 
Lawrence Tuesday Sorosis 

Club 

Lawrence, Rt. Rev. William 
Leather Handlers, Local No. 

308, B. &. S. W. U. . . 
Leavens, William & Co., Inc. 
Lee, Edward E. . . - . 
Lee, George C. and Sons — 

In memory of Madeline 

Lee .... 
Leland, Amory . 
Leland, Dudley R. 
Leonard, Arnold 
Leonard, F. M. . 
Leonard, M. D. . 
LeSourd, Mrs. H. W 
Leveroni, Frank . 
Levi, Mrs. Robert 
Levin, A. L. & Bro. 
Levin, Miss Alice 
Levin, Mrs. C. 
Levin, S. M. Co. 
Leviseur, Mrs. Louis 
A Friend . 
Lewis, Mears Co. 
Lewis, Michael J. 
Lewis, Wayland H. 
Liberty Lodge of Masons 
Licciardi, Peter J. 
Liggett, Louis K. 
Lincoln, Albert L. 
Lindsay, Edwin P. 
Lindsay, E. H. 
Linscott, J. M. . 
Litchfield, E. S. . 
Local No. 103, Electrical 

Workers .... 
Local, No. 1591, C. J 

America, Plymouth Divi 

sion 



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Locke, Isaac Co. 
Lodge, Hon. Henry Cabot 
Loeffler, Mrs. C. M. 
London & Ellis, Inc. 
Long, A. E. & Son, Inc. 
Longfellow Chapter No. 117 

O. E. S. . . 
Longwood Blue Bird Club 

The 

Longwood Cricket Club 
Loose Wiles Biscuit Co. 
Lord & Spencer, Inc. 
Loring, Augustus P. 
Loring, Mrs. Augustus P. 
Loring, Augustus P., Jr. 
Loring, Mrs. Lindsley . 
Loring, Thacher 
Loring, Judge William Caleb 
Lothrop, Bennett & Gillman 
Lothrop, Lewis W. . 
Lothrop, Miss Mary B 
Lothrop, Thornton K. 
Lothrop, Mrs. Thornton K 
Lothrop, Mrs. William S 
Lourie, Judge David A. 
Lourie, Jacob 
Lourie & Lourie . 
Lovering, Mrs. C. T. 
Lowell Bros. & Bailey Co 
Lowell, Mrs. Guy 
Lowell, Miss Lucy . 
Lucet, Stephen E. 
Lull, R. W. . . . 
Lund, Miss Hilma E. 
Lunt, Mrs. L. W. 
Lurensky, A. 
Luther, Mr. and Mrs 

Fisher .... 
Lyman, Charles Peirson 

Henry, Jr. . 
Lyman, George H. . 
Lyman, Mrs. George H. 
Lyman, Mrs. George H 
Lyman, Mrs. Henry 
Lyman, Mrs. Herbert 
Lyman, Ronald T. . 
Lyman, Theodore 



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MacKay, C. E. . . 
MacVicar, Mr. and Mrs 
John Leslie . 



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DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



McAuliffe, Eugene V. . 


25.00 


McCahan, Albert J., Jr. 


2.00 


McCarthy, Charles H. . 


10. 00 


McCarthy, Rev. Thomas F 


10.00 


McCarty, John A. . . 


1. 00 


McDowell, Mrs. M. H. 


5.00 


McElwain, Mrs. W. H. . 


25.00 


McFadden, George H. & Brc 


). 25.00 


McFadden, Sands & Co. 


25.00 


McGann, T. F. & Sons Co. 


10. 00 


McGuire, James H. . 


5.00 


Mcintosh, Arod E. . 


5.00 


McKee, Mrs. William L. 


25.00 


McKey, John . . . 


10.00 


McLaughlin, Lawrence . 


2. 00 


McLean, Austin W. . 


10. 00 


McLeod, Keith . . . 


50.00 


McLeod, William H. . 


5.00 


McQuesten, Mrs. George E 


25.00 


Macalaster, Bicknell Co. 


10.00 


Macomber, F. M, . . . 


5.00 


Macomber, John R. . 


100. 00 


Madden, M. L 


100. 00 


Maher, John J 


2. 00 


Maier, William . 


5.00 


Main, Charles R. . 


5.00 


Main, Charles T. 


10.00 


Malfancone, Mrs. Antonio . 


5.00 


Malley, John F 


25.00 


Mancovitz, David 


10. 00 


Mandell, Mrs. George S. 


25.00 


Mann, Miss Gertrude W. — 




In memory of Richarc 


1 


Mann Spalding 


15.00 


Maplewood New Centurj 


T 


Club 


5.00 


Marblehead C. H. Clubs - 




Proceeds of Rummage Sal< 


I 400. OO 


Marcus, Bernard W. 


5.00 


Marcus, Maurice L. . 


2. OO 


Marden, Mrs. C. F. . . . 


I. OO 


Margesson, Miss Alice E. . 


I. OO 


Marland, Mrs. W. H. . . 


IOO. OO 


Marlboro Musicians' Protec- 




tive Union No. 246 . 


IO. OO 


Marlboro Lodge No. 1239 




B. P. 0. E 


25.OO 


Marsh, Arthur B. . . . 


IO. OO 


Martin, G. J 


I. OO 


Mason, Allen 


25.OO 


Mason, Charles E. . . . 


25.OO 


Mason, Mrs. Charles E. 


500. OO 



Mason, Miss Ellen F. . . 50. 00 
Mason, Miss Ida M. . . 100. 00 
Mason, Mrs. S. R. . . . 50. 00 
Mass. Charitable Fire So- 
ciety 200. 00 

Masters, John F. ... 5.00 

Mattero, Jester . . . . 5.00 

Matthews, Mrs. S. F. . . 2.00 

Maxwell, John W. ... 2.00 
May School, The — Class of 

1925 28.00 

Maynard & Child . . . 25.00 
Maynard, Robert W. . . 25.00 
Mazzur, F. A. & Co. . . 5.00 
Mead, Mrs. A. F. . . . 25.00 
Mead, A. & O. W. & Co. . 25. 00 
Mead, Mr. and Mrs. Fred- 
erick S 100. 00 

Meadows, W. J 100. 00 

Means, Mrs. Robert W. . 20. 00 

Melanson, B. W. ... 2.00 
Mellins Food Co. of North 

America 100. 00 

Melrose Woman's Club . . 10. 00 

Menzel, R. E 2.00 

Merchant's Legal Stamp Co. 
— Fifth Prize in First Legal 

Stamp Contest ... 50. 00 
Merchant's Legal Stamp Co. 
- — First Prize in Second 
Legal Stamp Contest . . 1,000.00 
Meriden Children's Welfare 

League 25.00 

Merriam, Frank .... 10. 00 

Merrill, Mrs. C. H. S. . . 10. 00 

A Friend 25. 00 

Merrill, Mrs. John P. . . 5. 00 

Metcalf, Leonard ... 10. 00 

Meyer, A. 1 5.00 

Meyer, Mrs. G. V. L. . . 200. 00 

Michelsen, Capt. C. . . . 2.00 
Middleboro Lodge No. 1274, 

B. P. O. E 25.00 

Middlesex Chapter No. 64, 

O. E. S 20. 00 

Middlesex Woman's Club of 

Lowell 25.00 

Milford Central Labor Union 5.00 

Millard, Earle B 5.00 

Miller Rubber Co. of N. E., 

Employees 10. 00 

Miller, Miss Ruth . . . 1.00 



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of 







Milligan, Thomas 

Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
F 

Milton Preparatory School 
Children .... 

Minot, Mrs. Charles S. . 

Mintz, Norman . 

Miskelly, Fred C. . . 

Mitchell, Arthur Y. . . 

Mitchell, Mrs. Bertha M. 

Mitchell, James W. . 

Mitchell, L. E. . . . 

Mitton, Richard . 

Mituisk, Anna 

Mixter, Mrs. Samuel 

Mizpah Lodge No. 120, K. 
P 

Moeser, David E. 

Moffatt, Mrs. Frederick J 
Mohawk Tribe No. 67, I 

R. M 

Moir, Mrs. John . . . 
Moller, Mrs. Kenneth . 
Monks, Mrs. George H. 
Monks, Olga, Margaretta 

Duane and M. Palfrey 
Monroe, Charles E. . 
Montanari, Mrs. Carlo . 
Montserrat C. H. Club 

Proceeds of dance . 
Moody, Miss L. A. . . 
Moore, Mrs. George D. . 
Moore-Smith Co. 
Moore, Thomas J. 
Morandi-Proctor Co. 
Mordecai, Daniel 
Moreland, Edward L. . 
Morgan, William M. 
Morgensen, Capt. W. 
Morrill, George H. Co. . 
Morris, Fred A. . . . 
Morrison, Mrs. Annie M. 
Morrison, Miss Evelyn G 
Morrison, Dr. Hyman . 
Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. H 
Morse, Arthur H. 
Morse, C. F. . . . 
Morse, J. Torrey 
Morse, Miss Leonice S. 
Morse, Moses M. 
Morse, Mrs. Robert C. 
Morss, Everett . 



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Morss, Henry A. . 
Morton, Lincoln E. . 
Morton, Marcus, Jr. 
Moseley, Mr. and 

Frederick S. . . . 
Moseley, William G. 
Mosely, Frank 
Moses, S. Preston 
Mother Goose C. H. Club 
Mothers' Club of the Trinity 

Day Nursery . 
Mothers' Guild of St. Peter 

Church 

Motley, Mrs. Edward . 
Motley, Mrs. E. P. . . 
Motley, Mrs. Thomas . 
Motley, Warren . 
Moulton, George F. . 
Moulton, Harry N. . 
Mount Vernon Lodge No 

57, K. of P. . . . 
Mowatt, Frederick W. . 
Moynihan, Mary 
Mullan, Robert . 
Muller, William A. . . 
Mullin, Francis R. . 
Munro, Hugh 
Munro, Mrs. John C. . 
Murfitt, Samuel C. . 
Murphy, Hubert 
Murphy, James H. . 
Murray, John J. . 
Murray, Mrs. T. Morris 
Murray's Inc. 
Murry, Joseph 
Musicians' Protective Union, 

Local No. 362 .... 
Myers, S. A. & H. . . . 
Myrtle Chapter No. 330, 
O. E. S 



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Girls 1,126. 35 

Nash, Nathaniel C, Jr. . . 2.00 

Nash, Mrs. Nellie M. . . 5.00 

Nathan, Mrs. Jacob ... 10. 00 

Nathan, John .... 10. 00 
Natick Painters' Local No. 

916 10.00 

National Efficiency Service 

Bureau 1.00 

Nautilus Club .... 5.00 



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DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Nay, Frank N 10. oo 

Neelon,T. F 3-°o 

Neill, E. Y. & Co. . . . 25.00 

Neill, Miss Helen S. . . . 10. 00 

Nemser, L i.oo 

Nesson, Israel .... 300. 00 
New Bedford Typographical 

Union No. 276 ... 5.00 
New Century Club of Mans- 
field 25.00 

New Century Club of Need- 
ham (For Go-cart) . . 35. 00 
New England Confectionery 

Co 100.00 

Newman, Mrs. Samuel J. . 10. 00 
New North Lend-A-Hand 

Club 25.00 

Newton City Employees' 

Local No. 175 . . . . 10.00 

Newton, Mrs. Mary B. . . 5.00 

Newtonville Woman's Club 10. 00 

New York Clothing Co. . 10. 00 

Nichols, Miss Bertha A. . 5.00 

Nichols, Charles J. . . . 100. 00 

Nichols, John H. . . . 50. 00 

Nichols, Mrs. Seth ... 5.00 

Nickerson, Mrs. Alice M. . 15.00 

Nickerson, Mrs. Augustus . 5.00 

Nickerson, Mrs. William G. 50.00 

Nieland, Henry G. ... 5.00 

Nightingale, John T. . . 25.00 

Nisson, S 5.00 

Noemi No. 11, U. 0. T. S. 

Philanthropic Fund . . 25.00 
Non-Skid C. H. Club of Dux- 
bury 100. 00 

Noon, John J 2.00 

Norcross, Mrs. Otis . . . 25.00 

Norman, Mrs. Guy ... 50. 00 

Norris, Z. A 5.00 

North Beverly Woman's 

Union 5.00 

North End Union Junior 

Dramatic Players . . . 2.00 

Norton, A. E 5.00 

Norumbega Park Benefit . 213. 50 
Norumbega Woman's Club 

of Charlestown . . . 25.00 
Notman, Margaret, Jim and 

Jack 5.00 

Nottage, Winthrop I. . . 10. 00 

Nourse, Mrs. Frederic Russell 10. 00 



Nunn, Charles P. & Co. 
Nurenberg, Mrs. F. . 
Nutter, George R. . 



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Oelrichs & Co 50. 00 

Officers Attached to the 
Bureau of Criminal Invest, 

of the Boston Police Dept. 50. 00 
Officers of Station No. 4 of 

the Boston Police Dept. . 30. 00 
Officers of Station No. 10 of 

the Boston Police Dept. . 48. 00 
Officers of Station No. 19 of 

the Boston Police Dept. . 32. 25 
Old Colony Trust Co., Em- 
ployees 172. 17 

Olive, George M. . . . 1.00 

Olsen, Olaf 10. 00 

Oppenheim, Mrs. H. . . 2.00 

Ordway, William P. . . . 5.00 

Ostroff, Morris . . . . 1.00 
Outlook Club of Lexington, 

The 10. 00 

O'Brien, Catherine L. . .. 3.00 

Anonymous 100. 00 

O'Brien, Robert L. . . . 10.00 
O'Brien, Thomas M. . . 3.00 
O'Connell-Ingalls Advertis- 
ing Agency 10. 00 

O'Connell, Joseph F. . . 5. 00 

O'Connell, P. A. . . \ . 25.00 
O'Connell, His Eminence 

Cardinal William . . . 100. 00 

O'Connor, Charles S. . . 5.00 

O'Connor, Frederic W. . . 10. 00 

O'Connor, John .... 100. 00 

O'Donoghue, Daniel E. . . 10. 00 

O'Donoghue, Joseph E. . . 3. 00 

O'Laughlin, Patrick ... 3. 00 

Page, Airs. Annie A. . . 20. 00 

Anonymous 25.00 

Paine, John A 10. 00 

Paine, John B 100. 00 

Paine, Robert Treat, 2d . 200. 00 

Paine, Miss S. C. ... 10. 00 

Paine, William A. 200. 00 
Painters' and Decorators' 

Union No. 11. . . . 40. 00 
Painters' Local, Union No. 

545 of Newton Centre . 10. 00 



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Painters' Local, Union No. 

799 of Marblehead . . 5-oo 
Painters' Local, Union No. 

894 of Waltham . . . 5. 00 
Palestine Chapter No. 113, 

O. E. S 25.00 

Palmer, Bradley W. . . . 25.00 
Palmer, Joseph N. ... 5.00 
Palmer, William I. . 10. 00 
Paperhangers Local No. 258 18. 00 
Park and Recreation Dept. 
Gardeners and Laborers 
Union, A. F. of L. 16138 . 10. 00 
Parker, Edwin P. . . . 1.00 
Parker, James A. 20. 00 
Parker, J. Harleston . . 100.00 
Parker, Miss Lester ... 2.00 
Parker, P. Hildreth . . . 1.00 
Parker Wilder & Co., Em- 
ployees 23.00 

Parkman, Henry .... 100. 00 

Parkman, Mrs. Henry . . 25.00 

Parks, Mrs. William A. . . 50.00 

Parrot, Edward G. . . . 10. 00 

Parsons, Miss Maria A. - . 1.00 

Parsons, William B. . . . 1.00 

Pastene, Charles A. . . . 25.00 

Pattee, Miss Alice R. . . 25.00 

Patten, Mrs. Alice G. . . 25.00 

Patterson, Carlyle . . . 50.00 

Patterson, Wylde & Co. . 5. 00 

Paul, Miss Harriet A. . . 30.00 
Paving Cutters' Union, 

Branch No. 53 ... 25. 25 
Anonymous ... . . . 2,000. 00 

Peabody, Miss Amelia . . 500. 00 

Peabody, Rev. Endicott . 25.00 

Peabody, Francis . . . 200. 00 

Peabody, Mrs. Francis . . 200. 00 

Peabody, George A. . . . 100. 00 

Peabody, Harold ... 10. 00 

Peabody, Mrs. W. R. . . 10. 00 

Pearlman, A. Saul . . . 1.00 

Pea vy, Silas 15.00 

Peirce, Edward R. . 100. 00 

Peirce, Miss Margaret S. . 10. 00 

Peirce, Silas & Co. Ltd. . . 25. 00 

Pelonsky, Mrs. N. A. . . 5.00 

Penaligan, J. N 1.00 

Penn the Florist .... 10. 00 

Penney, Loren W. ... 2.00 

Penny, Mrs. Jessie D. . 1.00 



ames 



Perkins, Charles A. . 
Perkins, Mrs. Charles E. 
Perkins, Claude H. . 
Perkins, Miss Edith B. 
A Friend .... 
Perkins, Mrs. Hamilton 
Perkins, John F. . 
Perkins, Thomas N. . 
Perry, Miss A. S. 
Perry, L. F. . 
Perry, Mrs. L. F. 
Peter Faneuil Chapter, D. A 

R. of Brighton 
Peters, Hon. Andrew J 
Peters, William Y. . 
Pew, Mrs. C. H. . . 
Phelan, Miss Caroline 
Phelan, George E. 
Phelan, Mr. and Mrs. J 

J 

Phelan, James J., Jr. 
The Philergians . 
Phillips, Mrs. William 
Phinney, H. A. . . 
Phipps, Horace A. 
Picaret, John . 
Pickman, Dudley L. 
Pickman, Dudley L., Jr 
Pickman, Edward M. 
Pierce, Mrs. Andrew D 
Pierce, E. W. 
Pierce, Dr. M. V. 
Pierce, Vassar 
Pierce, W. 
Pike, Miss Hazel 
Pike, Lewis F. 
Pike, Mrs. L. A. . 
Pillsbury, Samuel H. 
Pinanski, Nathan 
Pingree, Mrs. W. M. 
Pitman, Mrs. B. F. 
Plasterers Tenders Local 

154 . . . . 
Pleiades Girls' Club, The 
Plimpton & Plimpton 
Plumbers Local Union 



12 



Plumbers and Steam Fitters 

Local No. 289 . 
Plympton, Miss A4ary L 
Polonsky, Miss Frances 
Poole, Mrs. J. R. . 



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DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Poor, Clarence H., Jr. . 
Poorvu, Mrs. H. . . . 
Pope, Mrs. Albert A. 
Pope, Mrs. Ralph L. 
Popular Authors Literary 

Club of Winthrop . 
Porter, C. Hawes 
Porter, Mrs. G. M. Whidden 
Porter, Mrs. Harry G. . 
Post, Albert M. . . . 
Post, John R. . . . 

Potter, A. L 

Potter, Mrs. Mary A. . 
Powers, Mrs. Harry . 
Pratt, Daniel S. . . . 
Pratt, Frederick S. . 
Prest, Misses Marjorie 

and Virginia 
Preston, Elwyn G. . 
Preston, Fred 
Preston, William D. . 
Pridee, Mrs. Alice 

Prince, F. H 

Prince, Mrs. Lucinda W. 
Prior, Lerman C. 
Prior & Townsend, Inc. 

A Friend 

Proctor, Mrs. Charles A. 
Proctor, Mr. and Mrs 

Joseph O., Jr. . . . 
Professional Women's Clu 

Prout, W. C 

Prouts Neck Sunday School 

Children .... 
Prouty, Mr. and Mrs. Lew 

I 



Puffer, R. P 

Putnam, Miss Elizabeth 
Putnam, Mrs. George . 
Putnam, Mrs. James J. . 
Pyne, Miss Helen F. 

Quarry Workers Int. Union 

of N. A. Branch No. 71 . 
Quinby, The W. S. Co. . . 
Quincy Chapter No. 88, O. 

E. S 

Quincy Lodge No. 108, Int. 

Ass'n of Machinists . 
Quincy Women's Riverside 

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Rackemann, Felix 
Rackemann, Mrs. Felix . 
Railroad Station Employees, 

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Ramsdell, M. F. F. . . 
Ramsdell, William E. 
Anonymous .... 
Rapids Furniture Co., Inc 

The 

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Ratshesky, A. C. Charity 

Foundation 
Ratshesky, Mrs. I. A. . 
R. D. Lend-A-Hand Club of 

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Read, B. T 

Reade, A. B 

Reardon, Edmund . 
Reddish, Arthur . 
Reed, Mrs. Thornton E. 
Reeves, Francis B. . 
Regan, Miss Anna M. . 

Reid, D. H 

Remick, Mrs. E. W. 
Remick, Frank W. . 
Remick, Mrs. F. W. . . 
Revere Lodge No. 1171, B 

P. 0. E 

Revere Woman's Club . 

Rhodes Bros. Co. 

Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 

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Rice, G. Preston . 
Rice & Hutchins, Inc. . 
Rice, John C. 
Richardson, Mr. and Mrs 

Charles F 

Richardson, Charles O. . 
Richardson, Mrs. F. L. W 
Richardson, William A. . 
Richardson, Dr. William L 
Richardson, W. K. . 
Richman, Samuel 
Richmond, Mrs. C. R. . 
Richmond, George . 
Richmond, J. B. . 
Ridley, Horace S. 
Riley, Charles E. 
Rindge, Samuel . 
Ripley, Alfred L. . . 



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Ripley, Mrs. George 

Ripley, L. G 

Rives, Dr. William C. . 
Robb, Russell 
Robbins, Miss Edna M. 
Roberts, Arthur W. — In 

memory of Mrs. Louise 

Bertha Roberts 
Roberts, Master Malcolm 

Mackay 
Roberts, Vincent P. . 
Robertson, Mrs. A. R. 
Robertson, E. A. 
Robertson, R. 
Robeson, Mrs. Andrew- 
Robinson, Aubrey F. 
Robinson, Mrs. Henry W. 
Robinson, Miss Isabelle H 
Rockport Woman's Club 
Rockwell & Churchill Press 

The 

Rockwell, C. P. . . 
Rockwell, George A. 
Rodgers, Mrs. Thomas 
Rodman, Miss Emma 
Rogers, Dudley P. . 
Rogers, Howard L. . 
Rogerson, C. M. 
Rollins, E. H. & Sons 
Rollins, Mrs. J. W. . 
Root, Arthur E. . . 
Root, W. H. . . . 
Rosenbaum, Mrs. Louis 
Rosenberg, Herbert S. 
Rosenberg, Mrs. Sadie S 
Rosenberg, Samuel . 
Rosenblatt, Dora 
Rosenthal Bros. . 
Roslindale Community Club 
Rosnosky, Mrs. William 
Ross, Miss Emma J. 
Ross, Mrs. Helen T. 
Rotch, Arthur G. 
Rothberg, Morris 
Rothschild, Mrs. S. . 
Rothwell, Bernard J. 
Rouillard, Florence 

Friends .... 
Rousmaniere, Mrs. Edmund 

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Roxburghe Club, The . 



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Rubenstein, Mrs. M. H. 
Rubenstein, Philip 
Rubin, Mrs. Bessie J 
Rudnick Charitable Founda 

tion, Inc. 
Russell, Francis T. 
Russell, Mrs. Henry E. 
Russell, J. B. . . 
Russell, Richard S. 
Russell, Mrs. Richard S 

Sabbatia Chapter No. 124, 

0. E. S 

Safford, Mrs. N. M. . . . 
Saggahew Tribe No. 60, 

1. O. R. M. of Methuen . 
Sale of Mrs. Anderson's Book 
Sale of Miss Silsbee's cabinet 
Salem Chapter No. 98, 

O. E. S. ... 

Salem Lodge No. 799, B. P. 

O. E 

Saltonstall, John L. . 
Saltonstall, Leverett . 
Saltonstall, Mrs. P. L 
Saltonstall, Mrs. Richard M 
Salvador, Frank J. . 
Samoset Chapter No. 109 

0. E. S 

Sampson, Edward J. 
Sampson, Miss Gertrude 
Samson, Edward J. . 
Samuel Dexter Lodge No 

232, I. 0. 0. F. 
A Friend . 
Sanborn, Miss F. M 
Sands, Furber & Co., Inc 
Sands, Taylor & Wood Co 
Sanger, Sabin P. . 
Sargent, Daniel . 
Sargent, Mrs. Francis W. 
In memory of N. L. S. . 
Sargent, Mrs. Mary A. . 
Savage, Henry W., Inc. 
Sawyer, Maxwell 
Sayles, Mrs. Robert W. 
Scaife, Mrs. L. L. . . 
Scanlan, Rev. Michael J. 
Scarlett, Miss Mary . . 



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Scenic Artists of N. E 

Union No. 745 
Schaschke, H. W. 
Schleicher, Mr. and Mrs 

W 

Schrafft, George F. 
Schwarzenberg, Mrs. E. M 
Scott, Mrs. H. R. . 
Sears, Miss Evelyn G. 
Sears, Francis P. 
Sears, Mr. and Mrs. Henry 

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Sears, Herbert M. 

Sears, Mrs. Knyvet W. 

Sears, Mr. and Mrs. Philip S 

Sears, Richard 

Sears, Mr. and Mrs. Richard 

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Sears, Mrs. Willard T 
Sears, William R. 
Seaview Lodge A. F. & A. M 
Sewing Circle 1902 . 
Sewing Circle 1919 . 
Seymour, Robert W. 
Shane, Mrs. Ida . 
Shattuck, Henry L. . 
Shaw, E. A. & Co., Inc. 
Shaw, Francis 
Shaw, Mrs. Henry S. 
Shaw, Mrs. Quincy A. 
Shaw, Mrs. Sara . 
Shawmut, Joseph L. 
Shay, Frances Joselyn 
Shearer, Mr. and 

William L. . . . 
Sheerin, Miss M. E. 
Sheinwald, William . 
Shelley, Robert C. . 
Shepard, Miss Emily B 
Shepard, F. R. 
Shepard, Norwell Co. 
Shepard, T. H. . 
Sherman, Mrs. A. P. 
Shuman, Sidney E. . 
Shure, Jacob A. . 
Shurtleff, Miss Gertrude H. 
Shute, Miss K. H. . . . 
Sign Writers Local Union 

No. 391 

Signal Lantern Society of the 

Children of the American 

Revolution 



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Silberman, Henry R. 

Sills-Chevrolet Co. . 

Silsbee, Mrs. George S 

Silva, Frank de . 

Silverman, Mrs. J. J. 

Simes, Mr. and Mrs. William 

Simon, Herman . 

Simonds Bros. Co. . 

Simonds, Mrs. Henry 

Simons, Isaac E. . 

Simons, Minot 

Simpson Bros. Corp. 

Simpson, J. H. 

Siskind, Henry 

Sisterhood Temple Ohab 
Shalom . 

Sisters Who Visit the Sick 
Inc 

Slattery, Mrs. Charles L. 

Slattery, E. T. Co. . 

Slobodkin, Myer H. . . 

Smith, Mrs. Brockholst M 

Smith, Mrs. Charles M. 

Smith, E. R. & Co. . 

Smith, Mrs. F. H. . . 

Smith, Mrs. G. L. . . 

Smith, Mrs. Howard T. 

Smith, Dr. J. Mark . . 

Smith, Mrs. S. L. . . 

Sneider, Philip 

Snelling, Rodman Paul . 

Snow, Carlton E. 

Snow, Frederic E. 

Softley, Miss Edythe S. 

Sohier, William D. . 

Soliday, Joseph H. . 

Sondheim, Arthur A. 

Southack, Theodore L. . 

South End Hardware Co. 

South End Woman's Club 
The .... 

South Friendly Society 

Spalding, Miss Mary A 

Sparrow, Chisholm Co. 

Sparrow, Chisholm & 
Employees 

Spaulding, Wickliffe J. 

Spear, C. V. . 

Spencer, Carl M. 

Spencer Trask & Co. Em- 
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of the Good Shepherd . 


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St. Gabriel's Club of Marion 


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St. Joseph's Bed . 


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Stahl, Donald .... 


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Standard Kid Co. 


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Standcumbe, W 


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Stanhope Bindery, Inc. . 


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The Stanwood Mfg. Co. 


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Stearns, William B. . 


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Steese, Airs. Edward 


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Stein, William D. . . . 


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the Edison Elec. 111. Co. of 




Boston 


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Stetson, Charles .... 


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Stetson, Cutler & Co., Inc. . 


25.00 


Stevens, Edwin E. . . . 


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Stevens, Mrs. Leila S. . 


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Stevens, Mrs. S. Dale . 


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Stevenson, Miss Margaret . 


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Stevenson, Robert H., Jr.. 


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Stewart, Duncan M. 


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Stiles, Edgar W. . 




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Stone, Nathaniel H. . 
Stone, Mrs. Philip S. . . 
Stone, Robert B. ... 
Stone, Robert G. ... 

Stone, Scott D 

Stoneham Visiting Nurse 

Ass'n 

Storer, Mr. and Mrs. John H. 
Storrow, James J. 
Stoughton Chapter No. 168, 

O. E. S 

Stove Mounters' Int. Union, 

Local No. 41 ... 

Stowe, L. B 

Stowell, A. & Co., Inc. . 
St. Paul's Church of Brook- 
line 

Stratton, Charles E. 
Stratton, Mr. and Mrs. 

Frank H 

Stratton, Miss L. Henrietta 

Strauss, A. L 

Strauss, Mrs. Ferdinand . 
Strauss, Mr. and Mrs. Leon 
Strauss, Louis .... 
Strauss, Mrs. Sophie L. — 

In memory of Blanche 

Alexander .... 
Strecker, Mrs. Charles . 
Strobell, E. L. . . . 
Strouss, Miss Lorraine M. 
Studley & Emery 
Sturgis, The Misses . 
Sturgis, R. Clipston . 
Suder, Mrs. George B. . 
Suffolk County Ass'n. of the 

King's Daughters and Sons 

of Mass. 
Sullivan, Joseph F. . 
Sullivan, Mrs. T. R. 
Swaim, Mrs. R. D. . 
Swann, Mrs. Charles L. 
Swartz, Jacob 
Sweeney, J. E. 
Swift, Mrs. E. Kent . 
Swift, Mr. and Mrs. George H 
Sylvester, Edmund Q. 
Sylvester, Joseph S. . 
Sylvia-Coppinger Co., Inc. 
Sylvia-Coppinger Co., Inc 

Employees .... 
Syme, William M. 



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Talbot Avenue Garage Co. 
Tapley, Miss Alice P. 
Tappan, Mrs. Frederick H. 
Tarbox, Charles W. . 
Tatnuck Woman's Club 
Tay, Herman S. . . . 
Taylor, Mrs. Almira B. . 
Taylor, Charles H. . 
Taylor, Edward I. 
Taylor, James A. 
Taylor, Joseph D. 
Taylor, Ralph S. . 
Taylor, Warren O. 
Taylor, William H. . 
Teamsters, Chauffeurs an 

Helpers Union . 
Tench, W. C. ... 
Tenney, Mrs. Albert Ball 
Terzis & Makris . 
Thaw, Mr. and Mrs. Edward 
Thayer, E. H. 
Thayer, Frank B. 
Thayer, Rev. William 
Thomas, Arthur H. . 
Thomas, Miss E. M. 
Thomas, Miss Helen 
Thompson, Benjamin 
Thompson, Mrs. H. L. 
Thompson's Spa . 
Thompson, William G. 
Thomson, Mr. and Mrs. A 

C. 

Thorndike & Gerrish 
Thorndike, Sturgis H. 
Thorp, Miss Alice A. 
Thorp, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 

G 

Thursday Fortnightly Clu 

ofMedford . . . 
Tibbetts, Frank O. . 
Anonymous .... 
Tisdale, Mrs. Martha C. 
Anonymous .... 
Titman Egg Company 

Mass 

Tobey, Maurice . 

Tobey, Miss Pauline (For go 

cart) .... 
Thomas Todd Co. 
Tolman, F. H. 
Tontoquon Chapter No. ioo, 

O. E. S 



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The 25. 00 

Towle & Hilliard . . . 2. 00 

Townsend, Richard S. . . 25.00 
Townsend, Mrs. William 

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Trafford, B. W 25.00 

Train, Miss Elizabeth P. . 50. 00 

Traiser, Charles H. . . . 25.00 

Traiser, Mrs. Eva A. . . 20. 00 

Trask, Charles J. ... 2. 00 
Travelli Fund, The Charles 

Irwin 200. 00 

Trombetta, Guy .... 5. 00 

Tucker, C. H 5. 00 

Tucker, Herbert B. . . . 10. 00 

Tucker, Miss Rebecca L. . 5.00 
Tuckerman, Mrs. Bayard, 

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Tudor, Mrs. H. D. . . . 15.00 

Tuesday Club of Andover . 5. 00 

Tuesday Club of Stockbridge 5. 00 

Tufts, Mr. and Mrs. Bowen 10. 00 

Tupper, Alton F. ... 2.00 

Tushins, Jacob W. . . . 1.00 

Tyler, Mrs. John F. . . . 100. 00 

Underwood, Miss Sophia A. 25.00 

Undine Chapter No. 120, 

O. E. S. of Revere . . 25.00 

Union No. 1679 of North 

Attleborough .... 10. 00 

United Ass'n. of Journeymen 
Plumbers and Steam Fit- 
ters, Local No. 138 of Pea- 
body 5.00 

United Ass'n. of Journeymen 
Plumbers and Steam Fit- 
ters, Local Union No. 201 
of Newton 5. 00 

United Ass'n. of Journeymen 
Plumbers and Steam Fit- 
ters, Local Union No. 448 
of Framingham . . . 15.00 

United Ass'n. Steamfitters 
Local No. 603 of West 
Springfield 5. 00 

United Bro. of Carpenters 
and Joiners of America, 
Local Union No. 33 of 
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United Bro. of Carpenters 
and Joiners of America, 
Local Union No. 540 . . 10. 00 

United Bro. of Carpenters and 
Joiners of America, Local 
Union No. 760 of Melrose 10.00 

United Bro. of Carpenters 
and Joiners of America, 
Local Union No. 991 of 
Winchester 5.00 

United Bro. of Carpenters 
and Joiners of America, 
Local Union No. 847 of 
Natick 10. 00 

United Bro. of Carpenters 
and Joiners of America, 
Local Union No. 988 of 
Marlboro 10. 00 

United Bro. of Carpenters 
and Joiners of America, 
Local Union No. 1391 of 
Reading 5.00 

United Fruit Co. . . . 500. 00 

United Garment Workers of 
North Brookfield, Local 
Union No. 124 . . . 5.00 

United Leather Workers Int. 
Union of America, Local 
No. 1 of Peabody ... 10. 00 

United States Tire Co. . . 50. 00 

Unity Chapter No. 66, 0. E. 

S. of Amherst .... 10. 00 

Unity Club of the First Par- 
ish Church of Cohasset . 25.00 

Upholsterers Local No. 53 of 

Newton Highlands . . * 10. 00 

Vaillant, Mrs. George W. . 10. 00 

Vaughan, Wanton ... 10. 00 

Van Allen, Rev. W. H. . . 10. 00 

Van Voorhis, H. C. ... 5.00 

Vaughan, Miss Bertha H. . 10. 00 

Vendome Hotel .... 25.00 

Vermont Tea & Butter Co. . 2.00 

Vialle, Charles A. 50. 00 

Volpe, Frank G 5. 00 

Vorenberg, Mr. and Mrs. 

Felix 250. 00 

Vorenberg, F. Frank . . 10. 00 

Vorenberg, S. Co. . . . 25.00 

Vose, R. W 5.00 

Vose-Swain Engraving Co. . 25.00 



Wadsworth, Mrs. Alexander 
H. — In memory of Char- 
lotte Wadsworth . 

Wadsworth, Hon. Eliot 

Wadsworth, H. L. . 

Wakefield, John L. . 

Wakefield, Julius R. 

Waldorf System, Inc. 

Waldstein, Mrs. S. H. 

Anonymous . 

Walker, Charles C. . 

Walker, Clifford H. . 

Walker, Mrs. Fred . 

Walker Stetson Co. . 

Walker Wool Co. . 

Wallburg, Mrs. Frances K 

Walsh, Timothy . 

Wanderers C. H. Club 

Ward's (Stationers) . 

Wardwell, Sheldon E. 

Ware, Mrs. Charles P. 

Wareham Monday Club 

Waring, Mrs. Guy . 

Warren, Clifford P. . 

Warren, George E. . 

Warren, Mrs. George E. 

Warren, Dr. J. Collins 

Warren, John L. . 

Warren, Philip L. 

Warren, S. D. Co. 

Martha Washington Chapter 
No. 21, O. E. S. . 

Wasserman, Jacob . 

Waterman, Mrs. Charles H 

Waterproof Garment Work- 
ers LTnion, Local No. 7 

Watson, Mrs. Edward . 

Watson, Mrs. Henry R. 

Watson, James R. 

Watson, Mrs. Thomas A. 

Wauwinet Tribe No. 158 
I. 0. R. M. . . 

Wayland, Frederick . 

Wead, Mrs. Kate H. — In 
memory of Leslie C. Wead 

Webber, Miss Lucy R. . 

Webster, Mrs. Andrew G. . 

Webster, Mr. and Mrs. 
Edwin S 

Webster, Frank G. . . . 

Webster, Mrs. Frank G. 

Webster, Mrs. Harvey H. . 



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DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Webster, L. H 2.00 

Webster, Miss Mary M. . 50. 00 

Webster-Tapper Co. . . 5.00 
Weed, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 

H 10. 00 

Weeks, Hon. John W. . . 25.00 

Weeks, Miles W. ... 10. 00 
Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 

S 25.00 

Weeks, W. B. P 25.00 

Weil, Mrs. Charles — In 

memory of Harry A. Frank 10. 00 
Welch, Mrs. E. Sohier . . 100.00 
Welch, Mrs. Francis C. . . 100. 00 
Weld, Mrs. Charles Goddard 100. 00 
Weld, Miss Mary . . . 500. 00 
Weld, Mrs. Philip B. . . 50.00 
Welfare Trustees . . . 200. 00 
Wellington Sears & Co., Em- 
ployees 17.00 

Wells, Miss Elizabeth Dana 50. 00 

Welsh, M. F 1. 00 

Wendell, George B. ... 2.00 
Wentworth, Mrs. Charles 

F 5- 00 

Wentworth, Mrs. Strafford 5.00 

West Acton Woman's Club 5.00 
West End Home Makers 

Club 5.00 

West Roxbury Woman's 

Club 25.00 

Weston, C. A 5. 00 

Wetherbee, Miss Martha . 5.00 

Wheatlapd, Richard . . . 25.00 

Wheatland, Mrs. Stephen G. 75.00 

Wheeler, Miss Helen . . 50. 00 

Wheeler, Henry .... 450. 00 

Wheeler, Isabelle ... 10. 00 

Wheelwright, A. W. . . . 50. 00 

Whipple, J. R. Corp. . . 100. 00 

Whipple, Sherman L. . . 25.00 

White, C. H 2.00 

White, Mr. and Mrs. Frank 

S 10. 00 

White, George W. 1 . 00 

White, Miss Gertrude R. . 10. 00 
White, Miss Sally Lancashire 

— Proceeds of Fair . . 50. 00 
Whiteside, Mr. and Mrs. 

Alexander 100. 00 

Whitin, Mrs. George Marston 100. 00 

Whiting, Max O. ... 50. 00 



Mrs. 



Whiting, Warren M. 
Whitman, Mr. and 

Edmund A. 
Whitman, Hendricks H 
Whitman, Mr. and Mrs 

William .... 
Whitman, Mrs. William, J 
Whitney, Miss Alice F. . 
Whitney, Mrs. Geoffrey G 
Whitney, T. D. Co. . . 
Whittemore, William R 
Whittier, C. W. . . . 
Whitwell, Mrs. F. S. . 
Wide Awake Club of Canton 

The ... . 
Widger, Samuel S. 
Wigglesworth, Mrs. Norton 
Wightman, George W. . 
Wilcock, John 
Wilcox, Miss Lillie E. . 
Wild & Stevens, Inc. 
Wilfert, Frank F. . . 
Wilkes, Mrs. F. H. . . 
Francis E. Willard Union 
Willcomb, Mrs. George . 
Willett, W. W. . . . 
Willey, Frank 



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Wilmington Woman's Club 
Wilson, C. H. . . . 
Wilson, Mrs. Etta V. . 
Wilson, William Grant . 
Winetsky, Miss Rebecca 
Wing, Mrs. Daniel G. . 
Wingersky, Mrs. Leevy . 
Wing's Neck C. H. Club 
Winlock, Miss Frances and 
Friends — Proceeds of Fair 
Winn, Miss Lora B. . 
Winslow, C. G. . 
Winslow & Co., Inc. 
Winslow, Mrs. Samuel E 
Winslow, Miss Sarah H. 



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Winsor, Mrs. Frederick 
Winsor Gleason Co. . 
Winsor, Robert . 
Winter, J. E. . . . 
Winter, Murray . 
Winters, Miss Mary Ray 
Winthrop, Nathaniel T. 
Winthrop, Mrs. R. C. . . 
Wisham, Mrs. Clarence H. . 
Witkin, Samuel J. 
Woburn Lodge No. 908, 

B. P. O. E 

Woburn Woman's Club 
Wolcott, Oliver .... 

Anonymous 

Wolcott, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. 

Wolcott, W. P 

Wolfson Bros 

Wollaston Chapter No. 156, 

O. E. S 

Woman's Afternoon Club of 

Abington 

Woman's Auxiliary of St. 

Peter's Church 
Woman's Club of Park Street 

Church 

Woman's Club of Turners 

Falls 

Woman's Club of Woods 

Hole, The 

Woman's Italian Club, The 
Women's Ass'n. of the Alls- 
ton Congregational Church 

of Allston 

Women's Auxiliary to the 

Canadian Club of Boston 



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Wonewok Tribe No. 83, 
I. O. R. M. . . 

Wood, Jacob H. & Co. 

Wood, William M. . 

Wood, Mrs. William M. 

Woodlea C. H. Club 

Woodman, Miss Mary 

Woods, H. D. . . 

Woodward, Mrs. Herbert M 

Woolworth, F. W. Co. 

Wrenn, Mrs. Philip W. 

Wright, A. W. . . 

Wright, Miss Beatrice 

Wright Bros. . 

Wright, John G. & Co., Inc 

Wyman, Arthur M. . . 

Wyman & Brier . 

Wyman, Miss Hattie 

Wyzanski, Mrs. Charles E 

Wyzanski, M. E. & C. E. 

York & Whitney Co, 
Young, Mrs. B. L. 
Young, Joseph 
Young, Judson B. 
Young, Percy J. . 
Anonymous . 



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Report of Welfare Committee 

Under the Direction of Miss Ida C. Smith, Superintendent 



Officers 



Mrs. Frederick S. Mead, Chairman 
Mrs. Odin Roberts, Secretary. Mrs. Richard S. Russell, Treasurer. 

Committee Members 



Mrs. Gordon Abbott 
Mrs. F. Lothrop Ames 
Mrs. Robert Amory 
Mrs. Larz Anderson 
Mrs. George Minot Baker 
Mrs. John W. Bartol 
Mrs. J. Lewis Bremer 
Mrs. William W. Caswell 
Mrs. Harold J. Coolidge 
Mrs. Francis B. Crowninshield 
Mrs. E. W. Cumming 
Mrs. Charles P. Curtis, Jr. 
Mrs. Clarence R. Edwards 
Mrs. Ely Feibelman 
Miss Louise Fessenden 
Mrs. Reginald C. Foster 



Mrs. Henry S. Hall 
Mrs. Sydney Hosmer 
Mrs. Thomas H. Lanman 
Mrs. Robert W. Means 
Miss Mary Meehan 
Mrs. George H. Monks 
Mrs. Robert C. Morse 
Mrs. Grace M. Poole 
Mrs. Francis E. Slattery 
Mrs. Philip Stockton 
Mrs. Richard P. Strong 
Mrs. William Sutton 
Mrs. Nathaniel Thayer 
Mrs. H. Parker Whittington 
Mrs. S. Huntington Wolcott 



The year has brought the members of the three ladies' Boards 
together in most helpful cooperation. Mrs. William Watson 
Caswell and Mrs. Philip Stockton represent the Thomas Morgan 
Rotch Jr. Memorial Hospital on the Welfare Committee, and 
Mrs'. George H. Monks and Mrs. Robert Amory the Con- 
valescent Home. Thanks to the courtesy of Mrs. Frederick 
Thayer and the ladies of the Convalescent Home Board in 
sharing their workroom at the Nurses' Home with the Welfare 
Committee, many surgical dressings have been made through- 
out the year, under the direction of Mrs. Louis Bacon. The 
ladies of both Boards have cooperated with the Welfare Com- 
mittee in being hostesses at informal weekly Teas given for 
the Nurses at the Nurses' Home. 

Mrs. Harold J. Coolidgfe has given Miss Smith assistance in 
matters relating to the private ward. 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Mrs. Henry S. Hall, who had been responsible for the organi- 
zation and maintenance of the department of Occupational 
Therapy for two seasons, had the gratification of having the 
department taken over by the Hospital. Mrs. Hall has re- 
mained in charge of the department and with the assistance 
of an excellent professional aide, Miss Anna B. Wheelwright, 
and thirteen volunteer aides have brought happiness and recrea- 
tion to the children several days in each week. As "the chil- 
dren dearly love a party" Mrs. Hall, with funds privately 
secured, has contrived celebrations for the different holiday 
seasons. 

Mrs. Richard P. Strong represents the Public Health Com- 
mittee of the National Civic Federation in the joint demon- 
stration by the Federation and the Hospital, of the value of 
the Ultra Violet-Ray in the control of rickets and tuberculosis, 
for which the Federation purchased and loaned to the Hospital 
three Ultra Violet-Ray lamps. One hundred and fifty children 
have received treatment in the wards with helpful results and 
in some cases complete cures. 

Miss Louise Fessenden is responsible for the Volunteer Work- 
ers who, relieving as they do the nurses and giving assistance 
to the doctors, save many hundred dollars annually for the 
Hospital thereby bringing a vital contribution to the Hospital 
from the members of the Junior League. 

Perhaps the most touching service that is given to the Hospi- 
tal is that of the C. H. Clubs, under the guidance of Mrs.F. B. 
Crowninshield and Mrs. Robert W. Means. The young mem- 
bers of these clubs continue to feel their responsibilities towards 
their little sick brothers and sisters and four new clubs have 
been added to the already large list. 

The Committee has lost a most valued member by the death 
of Mrs. George Minot Baker. 

Many members of the Committee have given enthusiastic 
service to the Hospital during the last year. No one has been 
more devoted than Mrs. E. W. Cumming and Mrs. H. Parker 
Whittington. Thanks are also due to Mrs. Larz Anderson, 
Mrs. J. Lewis Bremer, Mrs. Clarence R. Edwards, Mrs. Reginald 
C. Foster, Mrs. Robert W. Means, Miss Mary Meehan, Mrs. 
Robert C. Morse, Mrs. Grace M. Poole, Mrs. Bernard C. Weld, 
Mrs. William Sutton and Mrs. S. Huntington Wolcott. 

KATHARINE R. MEAD, 

Chairman, 

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REPORT OF WELFARE COMMITTEE 

Committee of Occupational Therapy Workers 

Mrs. Henry S. Hall Chairman 

Miss Anna B. Wheelwright Aide 

Volunteers for Wards 

Mrs. F. S. Anable Miss Olga Frothingham 

Mrs. Anne Barney Miss Mabel Holden 

Mrs. Paul A. Childs Miss Anna Hubbard 

Miss Sarah Bowditch Miss Elsie Johnson 

Miss Harriet Boyden Miss Martha Wheatland 

Miss Margaret Curtis Miss Norton 
Miss Dorothy Washburn 

Volunteer Workers in the Clinics 

Under the Direction of Miss Louise Fessenden 

Miss Ruth Bemis Miss Helen Page 

Miss Ella Snelling Miss Eleanor Musgrave 

Miss Olga Ladensack Miss Nina Fletcher 



Financial .Statement 

Mrs. Richard S. Russell, Treasurer 
Total collected through Welfare Committee $25,334.54 



Paid to Convalescent Home 

Memorial beds, transferred to capital account 

X-Ray Machine, Duxbury C. H. Clubs 

Expenses 

Balance towards current expenses 



$1,909.43. 

4,000.00 
872.90 

1,915-35 
16,636.86 

$25,334.54 



65 



Report of the Medical Staff 

For the Year ending December 31, 1923 



Hospital 

Remaining by last report . 105 

Admitted: 

Surgical 1,171 

Medical 707 

Orthopaedic 638 

Throat 2,114 

Total admitted \ 4,630 

Treated 4,735 

Discharged 4,625 

Remaining no 

Hospital days 48,519 

Daily Average t 132 

Whole number admitted to January 1, 1924 71,231 

Number of operations: 

Surgical ' 1,045 

Orthopaedic 328 

Throat 2,400 

3,773 

Out-Patient Department 

New Cases : 

Medical 5,491 

Surgical 2,293 

Orthopaedic 879 

Lateral Curvature 137 

Infantile Cases 119 

Total Orthopaedic i,*35 

Neurological 369 

Muscle Training 151 

Throat 2,226 

Gynecological 40 

Dental 187 

Total number of New Cases 11,892 

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

Out-Patient Department — Concluded 

Whole number of visits: 

Medical 18,850 

Surgical 8,162 

Orthopaedic 4)997 

Lateral Curvature 3,347 

Infantile Cases 3,59* 

Total Orthopaedic II >935 

Neurological 605 

Muscle Training 4,907 

Throat 3,653 

Gynecological 119 

Dental 387 

Total number of Visits 48,618 

Social Service Department 

New Cases 758 

Whole number of visits 3,887 



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Report of Medical Department 



1922 


1923 


573 


707 


17,995 


18,850 


4,725 


5,49i 



A SURVEY of the activities of the Medical Division of 
The Children's Hospital shows that there has been steady 
progress in the work accomplished during the past year. 
The number of patients treated in the hospital and those 
attending the Out-Patient Department, as compared with 1922 
is as follows: 

Hospital Patients 

Out-Patient Department 

Total Visits 

New Patients 

Should this increase in the service rendered by the hospital 
continue, and there is every reason to expect that it will, 
definite steps toward increasing the personnel of the Medical 
Department must be faced. Certain efforts toward increasing 
the efficiency of the service have been started already. An 
additional social service worker has been secured, in order to 
develop a more complete follow-up system of all the patients 
applying for care. We feel that we can now not only give 
medical advice to our patients, but also see that they receive 
such instruction in their homes as will enable them to carry out 
intelligently our recommendations. Arrangements are being 
made also to establish a system of visits by appointment in 
the Out-Patient Department. It is believed that by arranging 
a definite time of appointment for the examination of patients, 
more individual attention can be given a larger number, and 
much confusion and time-consuming waiting to which the 
usual dispensary patient is subjected, be avoided. 

The Medical Department has established a special clinic, 
through which well babies are given supervision and care. The 
development of this work seemed necessary in order to avoid 
the congregation of well babies with sick babies in the general 
Out-Patient Clinic. Obviously, this lessens the danger of 

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

infections to the well babies, and it is the first step in the direc- 
tion of Preventative Pediatrics, which is as important a hospital 
responsibility as is the care of the acutely ill child. 

The special clinics which have been in operation during the 
past year continue to render much service to the community. 
In this connection it may be mentioned that the work of the 
Cardiac Clinic is made difficult for want of special beds for its 
patients. Only by filling the hospital beds with patients with 
heart disease, can place be provided for these patients to receive 
the necessary special care and rest periods under our supervision. 
The hospital wards are not suitable for this purpose and the 
beds are needed for the acutely ill patients. If the cardiac 
patients are recommended to other hospitals, they inevitably 
become wards of those hospitals, and the supervised control 
which has been developed here in our clinic is, therefore, impos- 
sible. 

A distinctly new development of the hospital is the opening 
of a ward devoted to the care of patients with diabetes, nephritis, 
epilepsy, etc. The recent advances in the treatment of these 
conditions necessitate specialized nursing and dietetic care, 
as well as the closest co-operation with the laboratory. The 
"Metabolism Ward" is rendering a splendid service. 

Under the able direction of Dr. Gamble, the investigative 
activities of the hospital are progressing satisfactorily. A 
number of projected plans already give promise of being of 
practical, as well as of scientific value. 

The opening of the new Infants' Hospital marked an impor- 
tant epoch in the history of the hospital. The care of the infants 
has not only increased the work of the Medical Division, but 
it has also materially enlarged the value of the clinic. 

Medical Cases Treated in the Out-Patient 
Department 

Congenital Malformations 

Cleft palate 8 

Hare lip 2 

Tongue tie 2 

Torticollis 3 

Malformation of ear 1 

Asymmetry of face 1 

Spina bifida 1 



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Diseases of the Newborn 

Icterus neonatorum i 

Prematurity 7 

Hemorrhagic disease of newborn 1 



Diseases of Nutrition 

Inanition 358 

Rickets 387 

Scurvy 68 



Diseases of Nose, Throat, Larynx and Trachea 

Epistaxis 7 

Deviated septum 3 

Nasal polyp 2 

Adenoids 113 

Hay fever 2 

Nasopharyngitis 691 

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils 391 

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils and adenoids 354 

Tonsillitis 334 

Frontal sinusitis 3 

Laryngitis 17 

Tracheitis 11 



Diseases of Bronchi, Lungs and Pleura 

Abscess of lung 2 

Asthma 80 

Bronchitis 506 

Pneumonia, lobar 38 

Pneumonia, broncho 32 

Pleurisy, dry 3 

Pleurisy, purulent 4 

Tracheobronchial adenitis 19 



Diseases of the Digestive Tract 

Difficult dentition 31 

Carious teeth 235 

Vincent's Angina 3 

Stomatitis 58 

Alveolar abscess 9 

Retropharyngeal abscess 2 

Esophageal stricture 2 

Regulation of feeding 933 

Pyloric spasm 24 

Pyloric stenosis 8 

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

Diseases of the Digestive Tract — Concluded 

Recurrent vomiting 19 

Indigestion, general 182 

Indigestion, overfeeding (as a whole) 13 

Indigestion, fat 7 

Indigestion, carbohydrate 52 

Indigestion, with fermentation 58 

Infectious diarrhea 4 

Appendicitis 19 

Colitis 5 

Constipation 138 

Gastroenteritis t 

Foreign body in gastrointestinal tract 1 

Intestinal parasites 33 

Intestinal obstruction 1 

Infectious jaundice 29 

Rectal fissure 2 

Rectal polyp 2 

Incontinence of feces 3 

Haemorrhoids 3 

Umbilical hernia 54 

Inguinal hernia 18 

" i,949 

Diseases of the Genito-Urinary System 

Nephritis 30 

Enuresis 163 

Ureteral calculus 1 

Renal stone 1 

Sarcoma of kidney 2 

Vaginitis 22 

Vulvitis 3 

Balanitis 2 

Urinary disturbances, unclassified 19 

Phimosis 67 

Hydrocele 3 

Hypospadias 1 

Undescended testes 6 

Abscess of breast 1 

321 

Diseases of the Circulatory System 

Acute endocarditis 7 

Congenital heart disease 40 

Chronic valvular disease 63 

Hypertrophy of heart 2 

Pericarditis, dry 1 

Anaemia 46 

Lymphatic leukemia 1 

160 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Specific Infectious Diseases 

Typhoid fever 2 

Rheumatic fever 49 

Malaria 3 

Congenital syphilis 68 

Influenza 3 

Scarlet fever 25 

Diphtheria, faucial 12 

Diphtheria, nasal 6 

Measles 23 

Measles, German 4 

Whooping cough 174 

Chicken pox 40 

Mumps 33 

442 

Diseases of the Nervous System 

Chorea 54 

Cerebral tumor 1 

Defective speech 6 

Deaf mute 2 

Encephalitis 9 

Epilepsy 40 

Feeblemindedness ^^ 

Habit spasm 21 

Hydrocephalus 12 

Hypertonia 35 

Headache 1 

Insomnia . * 1 . 

Idiocy, unclassified 2 

Idiocy, microcephalic 7 

Idiocy, mongolian 22 

Meningitis, meningococcus 9 

Meningitis, tuberculous 1 

Nervous child 26 

Neuralgia 5 

Neurasthenia 1 

Night terror 6 

Negligent speech 3 

Paralysis, facial 5 

Paralysis, infantile 27 

Paralysis, obstetric 23 

Paralysis, post-diphtheritic 16 

Paralysis, spastic 20 

Progressive muscular dystrophy 1 

Reflex convulsions 44 

Spasmophilia 40 

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Tuberculosis 



Pulmonary 41 

Miliary 5 

Tuberculosis of peritoneum 5 

Tuberculosis of spine 3 

Tuberculosis of hip 2 

Tuberculosis of knee 2 

Tuberculosis of foot 1 

Tuberculosis, incipient 9 

68 

Diseases of the Skin 

Alopecia areata 3 

Cellulitis 5 

Chilblains 1 

Dermatitis 56 

Dermatitis venenata 43 

Eczema 440 

Erythema 4 

Erysipelas 4 

Frost bite 4 

Furunculosis 38 

Heat rash 5 

Herpes 6 

Ichthyosis 2 

Impetigo contagiosa 214 

Insect bites 14 

Intertrigo 49 

Lupus vulgaris 1 

Molluscum contagiosum 2 

Naevi 2 

Paronychia 6 

Pediculosis capitis 24 

Pityriasis rosea 6 

Prickly heat 10 

Psoriasis 5 

Ringworm 22 

Scabies 96 

Seborrhea capitis 34 

Sunburn 1 

Urticaria 47 

Vitiligo 2 

Warts 7 

i,iS3 

Diseases of Bones, Joints and Muscles 

Infectious arthritis 7 

Scoliosis 50 

Periostitis 1 

Epiphysitis 3 

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Diseases of the Eye and Ear 

Blepharitis 15 

Cataract 1 

Conjunctivitis 22 

Eye strain 3 

Hordeolum 5 

Myopia 2 

Strabismus 6 

Impacted cerumen 4 

Mastoiditis 21 

Otitis media 408 

487 

Diseases of the Lymphatic System 

Lymphadenitis, axillary 2 

Lymphadenitis, cervical 80 

Lymphadenitis, inguinal 2 

Lymphadenitis, mesenteric 1 

Lymphadenitis, mediastinal 8 

93 

Unclassified 

Abscesses, unclassified . . 12 

Acid intoxication 11 

Achondroplasia 1 

Anaphylaxis, food 7 

Backward development 2 

Cretinism 2 

Diabetes insipidus 2 

Diabetes mellitus 2 

Enlarged thymus 8 

Hyperthyroidism 4 

Masturbation 6 

Obesity . ' 10 

Poisoning, sulpho naptha 1 

Poisoning, potash 1 

Pica 1 

Purpura 8 

Regulation of habits 2 

Regulation of hygiene 5 

Schick tests 140 

Vaccinations 643 

Left before treated 22 

No disease 146 

Referred to other departments 14 

1,050 

New cases 5J49 1 

Secondary diagnosis 4,218 

9,709 

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Medical Diseases Treated in the Wards 

Congenital Malformations 

Amyotonia congenita I 

Chondrodystrophy with hydrocephalus i 

Meningocele i 

Diseases of Nutrition 

Inanition 14 

Rickets 22 



Diseases of Nose, Throat, Larynx and Trachea 

Epistaxis 2 

Nasopharyngitis 27 

Hay fever 1 

Ethmoiditis 1 

Infection of antrum 1 

Adenoids 3 

Peritonsillar abscess 2 

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils 17 

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils and adenoids 39 

Tonsillitis 10 

Streptococcic infection of throat 1 

Frontal sinusitis 1 

Laryngitis 1 

Diseases of Bronchi, Lungs and Pleura 

Abscess of lung 2 

Asthma 11 

Bronchitis 11 

Pneumonia, lobar 61 

Pneumonia, broncho 26 

Fibrosis of lung 1 

Infection of lung (non tuberculous) 1 

Pleurisy, dry 1 

Pleurisy, with effusion 3 

Pleurisy, purulent 9 

Endothelioma of pleura 1 

Tracheobronchial adenitis 7 

Diseases of the Digestive Tract 

Carious teeth 5 

Stomatitis 1 

Vincent's angina 1 

Retropharyngeal abscess 2 

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134 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Diseases of the Digestive Tract — Concluded 

Regulation of feeding 20 

Pyloric spasm 1 

Pyloric stenosis 2 

Recurrent vomiting 3 

Indigestion, general 21 

Indigestion, carbohydrate 5 

Indigestion, fat 5 

Indigestion with fermentation 1 

Infectious diarrhea 4 

Appendicitis 5 

Constipation 4 

Peritonitis 1 

Intestinal parasites 1 

Intussusception 1 

Infectious jaundice 3 

Abscess of liver 1 

Cyst of liver 1 

Visceroptosis 2 

Splenomegaly 1 

Rectal polyp 2 

93 

Diseases of the Genito-Urinary System 

Nephritis 34 

Nephritis with streptococcic septicemia 1 

Pyelitis 7 

Renal stone 1 

Sarcoma of kidney 1 

Stone in bladder 1 

Phimosis 1 

Urinary disturbances, unclassified 4 

Undescended testes ■ 1 

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Diseases of the Circulatory System 

Acute endocarditis 9 

Congenital heart disease 5 

Myocarditis 1 

Chronic valvular disease 29 

Pericarditis, dry 5 

Myelogenous leukemia 1 

Lymphatic leukemia 2 

Hematemesis 1 

53 

Specific Infectious Diseases 

Typhoid fever 12 

Rheumatic fever 10 

Congenital syphilis 12 

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

Specific Infectious Diseases — Concluded 

Influenza 3 

Phlegmon of hip with staphlococcic septicemia 1 

Diphtheria, faucial 2 

Diphtheria, nasal 1 

Glandular fever (Pfeiffer's) 1 

Scarlet fever 1 

Measles 1 

Mumps 1 

Chicken pox 3 

Tuberculosis 

Tuberculosis, pulmonary 14 

Tuberculosis, miliary 2 

Tuberculosis of peritoneum 5 

Tuberculosis of pleura 3 

Tuberculosis, incipient 1 

Diseases of the Nervous System 

Chorea 13 

Cerebral lesion 1 

Cerebral abscess 4 

Cerebral tumor 4 

Encephalitis 31 

Epilepsy 11 

Feeblemindedness 9 

Habit-spasm 1 

Hysteria 2 

Meningitis, meningococcus 6 

Meningitis, pneumococcus 2 

Meningitis, streptococcus 2 

Meningitis, tuberculous 8 

Myelitis . 2 

Neuralgia 1 

Neuritis 1 

Negligent speech 3 

Paralysis, infantile 9 

Paralysis, spastic 3 

Paralysis, obstetric 1 

Paralysis, post-diphtheritic 6 

Spasmophilia 3 

Diseases of the Skin 

Cellulitis 2 

Dermatitis 1 

Eczema 10 

Furunculosis 1 

Scleroderma 1 



77 



48 



25 



123 



15 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Diseases of the Bones, Joints and Muscles 

Infective Arthritis 13 

Still's disease 3 

Periostitis 1 

17 

Diseases of the Eye and Ear 

Conjunctivitis 1 

Keratitis 1 

Mastoiditis 6 

Otitis Media 16 

24 

Diseases of the Lymphatic System 

Lymphadenitis, Cervical 5 

Lymphadenitis, mediastinal 1 

Lymphadenitis, axillary with streptococcic septicemia ... 1 

Hodgkin's disease 3 

10 

Unclassified 

Acid intoxication 9 

Diabetes insipidus 6 

Diabetes mellitus 10 

Enlarged thymus 1 

Multiple sclerosis 1 

Poisoning, atropine 1 

Poisoning, gas 1 

Poisoning, lead 1 

Poisoning, lye 1 

Purpura 4 

Pyrexia 2 

Septicemia, streptococcic . 1 

Septicemia staphlococcic 2 

Septicemia unclassified 1 

Toxemia 2 

No disease 9 

No diagnosis made 2 

Referred to other departments 1 

Diagnosis deferred 14 

69 

New cases 707 

Secondary diagnosis 100 

Total 807 



78 



Neurological Department 



THE work of this department is conducted in close co- 
operation with other clinics, especially the Medical and 
the Orthopedic. Many cases under a rigid system would 
be transferred from department to department. By informal 
consultations, such cases are now treated without formal 
transfers. On the whole, further extensions of this principle 
seem entirely feasible. Logically it seems possible that the 
best solution will be a merger of this department with the 
medical service. 

The work of Miss Trainor and her associates is carried on 
with enthusiasm and efficiency. Here again, close co-operation 
with the other departments is maintained by supervision of a 
committee on which several services are represented. 



Backward child .... 2 

Convulsions ...... 24 

Conduct disorder .... 2 

Cretinism 4 

Cerebral tumor 3 

Chorea 14 

Deaf mute 4 

Deafness 1 

Eczema 2 

Epilepsy 20 

Enuresis 19 

Encephalitis 14 

Enlarged thymus .... 1 

Feeblemindedness .... 32 

Hydrocephalus 12 

Headache 1 

Habit spasm 5 

Idiocy 11 

Idiocy, amaurotic .... I 

Idiocy, microcephalic ... 10 

Idiocy, mongolian ... 21 

Intracranial hemorrhage . . 1 

Mental retardation ... 9 

Masturbation 1 

Muscular dystrophy, progressive 3 

Nervous child 30 



Neuritis 1 

Nystagmus 1 

Otitus media 3 

Cerebral paralysis ... 47 

Facial paralysis 4 

Obstetric paralysis ... 19 

Infantile paralysis .... 2 

Post-diphtheritic paralysis . I 

Pertussis 2 

Rickets 5 

Spoiled child 3 

Speech defect 8 

Spina bifida 5 

Strabismus 2 

Tetany 6 

Thumb sucking 2 

Tonsils and adenoids ... 8 

Referred to other departments 3 

Left without being seen . . 4 

No disease 7 

New cases 369 

Secondary diagnosis ... 11 

380 



79 



Special Clinic for Muscle Training 
of Paralyses 



New Cases 



Obstetrical Paralysis ... 53 

Spinal Cord injuries ... 13 

Amytonia Congenita ... 1 
Traumatic injury to Brachial 

Plexus 1 

Volkmann's Ischaemic Paralysis 1 

Bell's Palsy 3 

Anterior Poliomyelitis . . 3 

Progressive Muscular Dystrophy 3 

Cerebral Paralyses ... 49 

Encephalitis 2 



Mongolian Idiocy .... I 

Microcephalia 2 

Mental Retardation ... 1 

Pes Planus I 

Legg's Disease and Mental Retard 1 

Paralysis of Rdomboid . . 2 

Lues 1 

Deferred 17 



Total number of treatments 



155 
4399 



80 



Report of Surgical Department 



THE work of the Surgical Department has continued along 
the same general lines. The results attained in the 
repair of the various congenital malformations have 
brought to the Hospital children from all over New England 
and from the Provinces. The importance of this work can 
hardly be overestimated. Babies with distressing defects of 
the lips and nose are so changed as not to be recognized by 
their parents. Children from the northern parts of Vermont 
and New Hampshire have been brought to the Hospital from 
practical imprisonment in their homes, to go back to what is 
for them an entirely new world. 

The close association with the Boston Lying-in Hospital and 
the closer association with the Infants' Hospital have increased 
our opportunities for service. In one case of particular interest 
a baby was brought over from the Lying-in Hospital and was 
successfully operated upon for a prolapse of the bowels and a 
most unusual malformation at the umbilicus. 

Empyema, or the collection of pus about the lung, still 
remains a very serious condition in infancy and early child- 
hood. Improvements in the methods of treatment have les- 
sened the mortality from this disease, but it is earnestly to be 
hoped that improvements in hygiene will, as time goes on, 
greatly diminish its incidence. Sunshine and fresh air, or put- 
ting the matter in another way, proper housing conditions are 
the main factors in preventing the occurrence of empyema. 

The results obtained in the cases of obstruction at the outlet 
of the stomach occurring in young babies are most gratifying. 

Prompt recognition of this serious condition enables the 
surgeon to relieve the obstruction before the general condition 
of the child makes operation hazardous. 

Intussusception or telescoping of the bowel is one of the 
most serious emergencies which arises during infancy and early 
childhood, and thanks to the prompt recognition of the disease 
by the family physician, our results are satisfactory. 

It is worth while to point out the gradual diminution in 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

the frequency with which cases of serious tuberculous glandular 
infections are brought to the Hospital. This is due chiefly to 
the great improvements brought about in the milk supply. 
The Social Service Department is always helpful. We are 
indebted to them and to the other departments and special 
clinics for their aid and cooperation. 

Surgical Diseases Treated in the Out-Patient De- 
partment 

Respiratory System 

Bronchitis 3 

Empyema 46 

Nasopharyngitis 4 

Lung abscess 3 

Pneumonia 1 

57 

Alimentary System 

Alveolar abscess 4 

Tonsillitis 20 

Hypertrophy of tonsils 15 

Hypertrophy of tonsils and adenoids 41 

Peritonsillar abscess 1 

Retropharyngeal abscess 10 

Pyloric Stenosis 9 

Indigestion (chronic intestinal) 5 

Regulation of feeding 3 

Acute appendicitis 54 

Chronic appendicitis 15 

Tuberculous peritonitis 3 

Foreign body in alimentary tract 11 

Intussusception 11 

Intestinal obstruction ' 3 

Constipation 7 

Infectious jaundice 1 

Ischiorectal abscess 6 

Rectal polyp 1 

Prolapse of rectum 19 

Anal fistula 4 

Anal stricture 6 

Fecal fistula 1 

250 

Genito-Urinary System 

Nephritis, acute 1 

Pyelitis 6 

Phimosis 314 

Enuresis 5 

84 



SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 

Genito-Urinary System — Concluded 

Polyuria I 

Balanitis n 

Hydrocele 52 

Vaginitis 3 

Abscess of scrotum 1 

Mastitis 10 

404 

Lymphatic System 

Lymphadenitis, axillary 9 

Lymphadenitis, cervical 317 

Lymphadenitis, inguinal 21 

Lymphadenitis, femoral 1 

Hodgkin's disease 1 

349 

Skin and Cellular Tissues 

Contractures from burns 6 

Dermatitis 6 

Eczema 7 

Furunculosis 37 

Herpes 3 

Ingrowing toenail 2 

Keloid 4 

Impetigo 5 

Intertrigo 1 

Mole 2 

Paronychia 7 

Scabies 4 

Seborrhea 2 

Warts 14 

100 

Osseous System 

Epiphysitis of femur 1 

Exostosis of forehead 1 

Exostosis of humerus 1 

Osteomyelitis of jaw 2 

Osteomyelitis of carpus 1 

Osteomyelitis of finger 2 

Osteomyelitis of ilium 1 

Osteomyelitis of femur 2 

Periostitis 3 

Synovitis of finger 3 

Synovitis of hip 1 

Tuberculous dactylitis 2 

Tuberculosis of spine 1 

21 

85 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Muscles, Tendons and Fascia 

Ganglion i 

Hernia 

Inguinal 165 

Inguinal and umbilical 8 

Umbilical 101 

Epigastric 2 

Femoral 1 



Congenital Malformations 

Absence of radius 1 

Asymmetry of skull 1 

Atresia of anus 4 

Bifid uvula 1 

Branchial cyst 1 

Cervical ribs 2 

Cleft Palate 27 

Hare lip 17 

Hare lip and cleft palate 6 

Ectopic anus 1 

Exstrophy of bladder 1 

Hypospadias 11 

Malformation of ear 3 

Malformation of breast 1 

Pilonidal sinus 1 

Polydactylism 4 

Spina bifida 22 

Syndactylism 6 

Tongue tie 16 

Tight frenum of upper lip 1 

Thyroglossal cyst 5 

Torticollis 2 

Undescended testes 48 



Nervous System 

Hydrocephalus 4 

Paralysis, infantile 2 

Paralysis, obstetric 4 

Paralysis, spastic 1 

Spasmophilia 1 



Tumors 

Hemangiomata and nsevi 75 

Cephalhematoma 1 

86 



277 



182 



12 



SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 

Tumors — Concluded 

Lipomata 6 

Fibroma 2 

Cerebral tumor 

Parotid tumor 

Cyst of liver 

Cyst of mouth 

Ranula 

Umbilical polyp 5 

• 94 

Diseases of the Eye 

Blepharitis 1 

Chalazion 4 

Strabismus 1 



Diseases of the Ear 

Mastoiditis 3 

Otitis media 29 

32 



General Injuries 

Abrasions 29 

Burns 30 

Concussion of brain 3 

Contusions 70 

Dislocation of elbow 1 

Dislocation of thumb 1 

Dislocation of head of radius 1 

Dislocation of hip 4 

Dislocation of toe 1 

Dog bite 7 

Foreign body in nostril 7 

Foreign body in soft palate 1 

Foreign body in bronchus 1 

Foreign body in ear 2 

Foreign body in eye 1 

Foreign body in extremities 6 

Foreign body in trunk 5 

Hematoma 2 

Lacerated wounds 115 

Infected wounds 57 

Separation of epiphysis of femur 1 

Separation of epiphysis of humerus 4 

Separation of epiphysis of radius 2 

Sprains 34 



87 



385 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Fractures 

Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 
Fracture o 



skull 9 

nasal bones 4 

humerus 31 

ulna . 3 

radius 10 

radius and ulna 22 

metacarpal 1 

ringer 8 

clavicle ..» 52 

coccyx 1 

femur 9 

tibia 7 

tibia and fibula 6 

ribs 4 



Infections 

Abscess of head, face, neck and mouth 16 

Abscess of upper extremity 10 

Abscess of lower extremity 18 

Abscess of trunk 12 

Abscess, multiple 3 

Cellulitis 6 

Erysipelas 2 

Omphalitis 6 



Unclassified 

Rickets 3 

Scurvy 3 

Hyperthyroidism I 

No disease 15 

Transferred to other departments of the hospital .... 6 

Left before treated 18 



New cases 2,293 

Secondary diagnosis 163 



167 



73 



46 



2,456 



SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 



Out-Patient Department Operations 

Circumcision 324 

Wound suture 38 

Incision and drainage of abscesses and septic wounds 174 

Excision of 

Supernumerary thumb 1 

Lymphangioma 1 

Finger nail 1 

Foreign body 12 

Cauterization 3 

Electrolysis * 2 

Paracentesis 5 

Meatotomy 1 

Reduction of fractures 24 

Liquid air treatments 186 



Total 772 



89 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Surgical Diseases Treated in the Wards. 



Surgical Diseases 



Respiratory System 

Empyema 

Pleurisy with effusion 

Pneumonia 

Abscess of chest wall 

Abscess of lung 

Adenoids 

Nasopharyngitis 

Total 79 cases 

Alimentary System 

Alveolar Abscess 

Glossitis 

Ulcerative Gingivitis 

Tonsillitis (acute) 

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils and ad- 
enoids 

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils . 
Retropharyngeal Abscess .... 
Peritonsillar Abscess . . . 

Stricture of Esophagus 

Edema of Larynx 

Appendicitis, acute 

Appendicitis, chronic 

Peritonitis, general 

Peritonitis, pneumococcus .... 

Peritonitis, tuberculous 

Peritoneal abscess 

Pyloric Spasm 

Pyloric Stenosis 

Abdominal abscess 

Regulation of feeding 

Indigestion 

Gastritis 

Constipation 



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Surgical Diseases 



Alimentary System — Concluded 

Dysentery 

Foreign body in gastro-intestinal tract 

Colitis 

Dilatation of colon 

Diverticulitis 

Meckel's diverticulum 

Intestinal obstruction 

Intussusception 

Volvulus 

Abscess of liver 

Megalocolon 

Infectious jaundice 

Obliteration of bile ducts .... 

Ischiorectal abscess 

Fecal Fistula 

Fistula in Ano 

Anal Stricture 

Rectal polyp 

Prolapse of Rectum 

Total 305 cases 

Genito-Urinary System 

Perinephritic abscess .... 

Renal Calculus 

Tuberculosis of kidney 

Cystitis 

Pyelitis 

Phimosis 

Patent Urachus 

Adherent Clitoris 

Hydrocele . . 

Abscess of breast 

Total 71 cases 



Lymphatic System 

Lymphadenitis, axillary 
Lymphadenitis, cervical 



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19 
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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Surgical Diseases 



Lymphatic System — Concluded 

Lymphadenitis, inguinal 

Lymphadenitis, mesenteric .... 

Lymphadenitis, iliac 

Total 90 cases 

Cardio-Vascular System 

Intra-cranial hemorrhage .... 
Hemorrhagic disease of newborn 
Post-operative hemorrhage .... 

Hemophilia 

Anaemia, Secondary 

Pericarditis 

Total 9 cases 

Skin and Cellular Tissues 

Contractures from burns and scars . 

Foreign body 

Eczema 

Dermatitis venenata 

Keloid 

Mole 

Total 9 cases 

Osseous System 

Osteomyelitis of parietal bone . 

Osteomyelitis of ilium 

Osteomyelitis of femur 

Osteomyelitis of vertebrae .... 

Osteomyelitis of tibia 

Osteomyelitis of fibula 

Osteomyelitis, multiple 

Tuberculosis of spine 

Tuberculosis of shoulder 

Epiphysitis of wrist 

Synovitis of knee 

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Hydrocephalus 

Meningitis, meningococcus .... 
Meningitis, influenza bacillus 

Obstetrical paralysis 

Psychoneurosis 

Total 14 cases 

Congenital Malformations 

Cleft palate 

Hare Lip 

Hare lip and cleft palate .... 

Branchial cyst 

Thyroglossal cyst 

Malformation of ear 

Malformation of hands 

Malformation of rectum .... 
Malformation of perineum .... 

Contracture of thumb 

Constriction bands of leg . 

Club-foot 

Syndactylism 

Polydactylism . . 

Tongue tie 

Exstrophy of bladder 

Hypospadias 

Undescended testes 

Spina bifida 

Utresia of anus 

Total 235 cases 

Hernia 

Inguinal 

Inguinal and umbilical 

Umbilical 

Femoral 

Epigastric 

Total 165 cases 



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Tumors 

Hemangiomata 

Lipomata 

Cephalhematoma 

Tumor of face 

Tumor of femur 

Tumor of brain 

Tumor of scalp 

Abdominal tumor 

Cyst of brain 

Cyst of liver 

Cyst of ulna with fracture .... 

Intracranial cyst 

Parotid cyst 

Mesenteric cyst 

Sarcoma of liver 

Sarcoma of kidney 

Mesenteric sarcoma 

Lympho sarcoma 

Osteoma of Skull 

Ranula 

New growth of pleura 

Neuroblastoma 

Total 53 cases 

Muscles, Tendons and Fascia 

Ganglion 

Total 2 cases 

General Injuries 

Abrasions 

Burns 

Concussion of brain 

Contusions 

Dislocation of hip 

Dislocation of toe 

Dog bite 



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Surgical Diseases 



General Injuries — Concluded 

Lacerated wounds 

Infected wounds 

Hematoma 

Tooth buried in jaw 

Total 64 cases 



Fractures 

Fracture of clavicle 

Fracture of femur 

Fracture of radius 

Fracture of radius and ulna 

Fracture of skull , . 

Fracture of maxilla 

Fracture of nasal bones 

Fracture of tibia 

Fracture of fibula 

Fracture of pelvis 

Total 36 cases 



Infections 

Abscesses of head, face, neck and mouth 
Abscesses of upper extremity 
Abscesses of lower extremity 

Abscesses of sternum 

Abscesses, multiple 

Cellulitis 

Omphalitis 

Septicemia 

Total 24 cases 



Diseases of the Ear 

Mastoiditis 

Otitis Media . . . 



Total 4 cases 



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Discharged well or relieved IA35 

Discharged unrelieved 3 

Discharged untreated 8 

Discharged to other departments or hospitals 14 

Dead . 76 

Remaining in Hospital 37 

Total 1,173 



96 



SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 



Surgical Operating Room Report 

Abdominal Operations 

Appendectomies in 

Appendectomies with tuberculous peritonitis i 

Drainage of appendix abscess 30 

Enterostomy for appendicitis 1 

Drainage for peritonitis, general 5 

Drainage for streptococcic peritonitis 1 

Exploratory for tuberculous peritonitis 2 

Exploratory for abdominal tumor 5 

Exploratory for congenital obliteration of bile ducts .... 2 

Exploratory for intestinal obstruction 2 

Exploratory for volvulus 1 

Drainage of abdominal abscess 3 

Resection of Meckel's diverticulum 1 

Excision of diverticulum for diverticulitis 1 

Excision of mesenteric cyst 1 

Excision of cysts of liver 2 

Replacing of intestines for ruptured abdominal wound .... 1 

Enterostomy for intestinal obstruction 2 

Closure of fistulae 2 

Colostomy for intestinal obstruction 1 

Lysis of adhesions for intestinal obstruction 1 

Ileostomy for intestinal obstruction 1 

Ileostomy for dysentery 1 

Reduction for intussusception 16 



Operations for Hernia 

Repair of inguinal hernia 134 

Repair of inguinal and umbilical hernia 5 

Repair of umbilical hernia 16 

Repair of epigastric hernia 1 

Repair of ventral hernia 1 



Operations of the Digestive Tract 

Excision of rectal polyp 4 

Proctoscopies 7 

Incision and drainage of 

Alveolar abscess 1 

Peritonsillar abscess 2 

Retropharyngeal abscess 5 

Retroperitoneal abscess 2 

Ischiorectal abscess 3 

97 



195 



157 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Pylorotomy for 

Pyloric stenosis 16 

Exploratory laparotomy for 

Pyloric stenosis i 

Resection for Hirschsprung's disease 2 

Second stage operation for Hirschsprung's disease 1 

Colostomy for Hirschsprung's disease 1 

Closure of colostomy for Hirschsprung's disease 1 

Anastomosis for Hirschsprung's disease 1 

Colostomy for 

Atresia of anus 1 

Plastic for malformations of anus and rectum 10 



Operations on the Genito-Urinary System 

Cystoscopy 7 

Decapsulation of kidney for 

Hydronephrosis 1 

Exploratory laparotomy for 

Sarcoma of kidney 1 

Nephrectomy for 

Sarcoma of kidney 1 

Suturing of 

Ruptured kidney 1 

Incision and drainage for 

Perinephritic abscess 1 

Growth in bladder 1 

Prolapse of intestine 1 

Plastic for 

Exstrophy of bladder 2 

Hypospadias 16 

Excision of 

Patent urachus 1 

Renal calculus 1 

Lipoma of scrotum 1 

Cyst of breast 1 

Foreign tissue, perineal section from urethra ....... 1 

Hydrocele ' 20 

Sigmoidectomy for 

Exstrophy of bladder 1 

Orchidopexy for 

Undescended testes 22 

Circumcisions 17 

Catheterizations 2 



Operations on the Skin and Cellular Tissues 

Excision of 

Angioma 6 

Cystic tumor of scalp 1 

98 



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99 



SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 

Ranula 2 

Mole 1 

Keloid 2 

Parotid cyst 1 

Foreign body in buttock 1 

Plastic for 

Contractures from burns 5 

Incised wound of leg 1 

Cauterization for 

Angioma 2 

Electrolysis for 

Angioma 1 

Incision and drainage of 

Abscesses 19 

Cellulitis 1 

Septic wounds 15 

Wound sutures 2 

Skin grafts 8 

68 

Operations for the Lymphatic^System 

Adenectomy for 

Cervical lymphadenitis 40 

Femoral lymphadenitis 1 

Mesenteric lymphadenitis 2 

Hodgkin's disease 3 

Exploratory for 

Parotitis 2 

Drainage of 

Suppurative lymphadenitis cervical 32 

Suppurative lymphadenitis femoral 1 

Suppurative lymphadenitis inguinal 3 

Tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy 33 

Tonsillectomy 7 

Adenoidectomy 1 



Operations on Bones, Joints and Muscles 

Incision and drainage for 

Osteomyelitis 16 

Epiphysitis 1 

Excision of 

Popliteal ganglion I 

Sequestrotomy for 

Osteomyelitis 4 

Reduction of 

Dislocation of hip 1 

Dislocation of toe 2 

Fractures 22 

99 



125 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Application of plaster for 

Fractures 5 

Tendon transplantation 1 

Arthroplasty of knee for 

Fracture 1 

Exploratory for 

Fracture 1 



55 



Operations for Deformities and Congenital Malformations 

Plastic for 

Cleft palate 74 

Hare lip 63 

Syndactylism 15 

Excision of 

Spina bifida 9 

Thyroglossal cyst 1 

Branchial cyst 3 

Malformation of hand 1 

Malformation of ear 1 

Incision for 

Tongue tie 1 

Spinal puncture for 

Spina bifida 1 

Amputation of supernumerary digits for 

Polydactylism 2 

Manipulation for club foot 1 



Operations for the Nervous System 

Decompression for 

Hydrocephalus 1 

Exploratory for 

Brain tumor 2 

Ventricular punctures 5 

Craniotomy for 

Intracranial cyst 1 

Myotomy for 

Obstetrical paralysis 1 

Tendon lengthening for 

Spastic paralysis 1 



Thoracic Operations 

Rib resection for 

Abscess of lung 4 

Empyema 47 

Mazingo operation for 

Empyema 11 

100 



172 



11 



SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 

Thoracenteses 6 

Decortication for 

Empyema i 

Incision and drainage for 

Empyema 3 

Abscess of chest wall 3 



75 



Cardio- Vascular Operations 

Transfusion of blood for 

Anemia 3 

Hemophilia . 2 

Hemorrhagic disease of newborn 2 

Incised wound of head 

Lymphatic leukemia 

Purpura 

Pyelonephritis 

Rectal polyp 

Septicemia 

Splenomegaly 

Ligation of aneurysm for 

Arteriovenous aneurysm 

Suturing for post operative hemorrhage 



18 



Aural Operations 

Radical cure for 

Mastoiditis 10 

Secondary mastoid operation for 

Mastoiditis 2 



12 



Total number of operations i>c>45 



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Report of the Orthopedic Department 

1923 



PUBLIC interest in the crippled child is undoubtedly 
increasing. It is becoming more generally realized that 
the appealing handicap of these children can be happily 
lessened by wise surgery, patient muscle training, mechanically 
efficient apparatus and a careful "follow-up" until the greatest 
possible amount of function has been attained. An attempt 
has been made to rehabilitate as completely as possible the 
cases treated in the wards of the Hospital by keeping them 
under observation a sufficient length of time to ensure a con- 
tinued progress toward recovery. It has been our conviction 
that a greater service would thus be rendered in these chronic 
cases than by a quick "turn over", after which relapses are 
certain to occur. There are, therefore, recorded in this report 
a slightly smaller number of operations and a slightly smaller 
number of cases treated in the wards than in last year's report. 

On the upper floor of Ward V have been installed, through 
the generosity of Mrs. N. E. Wrightington, metal and glass 
cubicles which prevent contact between the children. All cases 
are admitted to these cubicles and no transfers to the lower 
ward are made until the children have been in the Hospital 
two weeks. Thus the danger from any contagious disease to 
which they may have been exposed before entrance is mini- 
mized. This system has already proved its efficiency in checking 
the annoying interference with the regular work at the Hospi- 
tal which the contagious diseases have caused in the past. Its 
effect upon the morale of the nurses and physicians has been 
excellent. Wash basins have been placed in all the open wards 
in convenient and conspicuous places and the rule of washing 
the hands after touching any of the cases is rigidly observed. 

After thoughtful consideration the Out-Patient Orthopedic 
Department was changed in July from a "four day a week" 
afternoon service to a "six day a week" morning service. The 



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ORTHOPEDIC DEPARTMENT 

change has apparently been appreciated. There have been 
already 132 more new cases than last year and 560 more visits, 
although the change has been in force only six months. 

Teaching 

The demands upon the teaching force have grown so heavy 
that the service of a Resident Teaching Fellow has been made 
necessary. The Managers generously agreed to supply board 
and room for such a Resident and his salary for one year has 
been raised by private subscription. In October Dr. Winthrop 
M. Phelps was appointed by the Children's Hospital and Har- 
vard University as Resident Teaching Fellow. His service is 
proving most satisfactory. He has conducted and largely 
given a course of lectures on Orthopedic Surgery to the nurses 
and has had charge of providing illustrative cases and material 
for the teaching of sections of medical students throughout the 
year. He has been of great assistance in the work of the wards 
and in the Out-Patient Department. 

The Post-Graduate course conducted in association with the 
Harvard Medical School, the Massachusetts General Hospital 
and the Massachusetts Hospital School at Canton is providing 
well trained house officers who are serving the Hospital effi- 
ciently. 

Special Studies 

Investigations are being conducted by Dr. Arthur T. Legg 
by means of moving pictures of the gaits caused by the weakness 
of the different muscles and muscle groups affected by infantile 
paralysis. Much information valuable in diagnosis and treat- 
ment will almost surely be gained. The equipment and run- 
ning expenses of this investigation are provided by the income 
of the Helen Hallett Thompson Fund. 

Research work in osteomyelitis (inflammation of bone) has 
been undertaken in the laboratory of the Hospital. 

The studies of the effect of Alpine lamp treatment, made 
possible by the generosity of the Massachusetts Committee of 
the National Civic Federation, are being continued in the 
Hospital wards and at the Wellesley Convalescent Home. 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Changes in the Staff 

Dr. George Carpenter, after faithful service as Clinical Assist- 
ant to the Orthopedic Department, resigned to accept a posi- 
tion at the Municipal Hospital on Long Island. 

In January, Dr. Ralph K. Ghormley resigned as Clinical 
Assistant to accept a position as Surgeon to the Out-Patients 
in the Orthopedic Department of the Massachusetts General 
Hospital. He continues some investigation he had undertaken 
at the Children's Hospital and his transfer was made at the 
request of the Chief of the Orthopedic Department of the 
Massachusetts General Hospital where his services were greatly 
needed. His work at the Children's Hospital has been most 
praiseworthy and for his loss the Hospital has the satisfaction 
of supplying the need of a closely allied and cooperative clinic. 

Dr. Gerald Hoeffel has been appointed as Clincal Assistant 
to fill Dr. Ghormley's place. 

Dr. Arthur Van Dessel of the University of Louvain, Belgium, 
is serving also as Clincal Assistant on the Hoover Foundation 
Fellowship. 

Social Service 

The Department wishes once more to express its appreciation 
of the great value of the Social Service Department. The 
willing and intelligent work of Miss Packard assigned for the 
Orthopedic Department has contributed materially to the effi- 
ciency of the service in relation to the admission of patients 
to the wards and their care after discharge. 



Needs 

The most active need of the Department is for facilities for 
the proper administration of heliotherapy (sunlight treatment). 
The proved value of this method of treatment in tuberculosis, 
rickets, and other chronic diseases seems to demand that some 
provision be made for its administration. Atmospheric condi- 
tions at the Wellesley Convalescent Home offer greater oppor- 
tunities for supplying this demand than those of the Hospital 
in the city. 



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Orthopedic Diseases Treated in the Out-Patient 

Department 

Congenital Malformations 

Club-foot 97 

Club-hand 2 

Protruding sternum 2 

Torticollis 21 

Elevation of scapula 1 

Dislocation of hip 20 

Hammer toe 2 

Overlapping toes 2 * 

Hyperextended toe 1 

Chondrodystrophy 1 

Absence of right pectoralis major 1 

Absence of toenails 1 

Spina bifida 7 

Syndactylism 3 

Asymmetry of body 1 

Scoliosis 2 



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Rickets and its Deformities 



Rickets, generalized 102 

Rickets, knock knees 46 

Rickets, bow legs 92 

Rickets, bow legs and knock knees 3 

Rickets, coxa vara 7 

Rickets with fractures 1 

Rachitic spine 1 



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Disabilities Due to Injury or Disease 

Fracture of humerus 6 

Fracture of radius 2 

Fracture of radius and ulna 2 

Fracture of tibia 

Fracture of clavicle 

Fracture of scapula 

Fracture of coccyx 

Dislocation of hip 

Dislocation of finger 

Separation of epiphysis of radius 

Old epiphyseal injury of humerus 

Epiphysitis 

Sprain of elbow 

Sprain of ankle 4 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Disabilities Due to Injuries or Disease — Concluded 

Contusion of hip 2 

Osteomyelitis, secondary to fracture of both bones of leg . . 1 
Periostitis, traumatic 1 



Deformities and Disabilities of Feet 

Adduction of forefoot 4 

Pronated foot 183 

Acute foot strain 4 

Weak feet 2 

Toeing in 1 



Tuberculosis 

Tuberculosis of spine 18 

Tuberculosis of knee 6 

Tuberculosis of ankle 3 

Tuberculosis of foot 1 

Tuberculosis of hip 2 

Tuberculosis of elbow 1 

Tuberculous dactylitis 2 



Non-Tuberculous Arthritis 

Infective arthritis of hip 3 

Infective arthritis of knee 1 

Infective arthritis, multiple 2 



Osteomyelitis 

Osteomyelitis of femur 2 

Osteomyelitis of tibia 1 

Osteomyelitis of os calcis 1 

Osteomyelitis, multiple 3 

7 

Synovitis 

Synovitis of knee 5 

Synovitis of hip 2 

Synovitis of shoulder 1 



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Paralysis 



Paralysis, infantile 36 

Paralysis, spastic 12 

Paralysis, obstetric 9 

Paralysis, facial 1 

Paralysis, post-diphtheritic 1 

Muscular dystrophy 3 

62 

Unclassified 

Bone cyst of femur 1 

Cellulitis of leg 2 

Cord lesion 2 

Exostosis of heel 1 

Periostitis, luetic 1 

Peroneal spasm 1 

Slipping patella 1 

Septic wound of knee 1 

Syphilis, congenital 2 

Scurvy 6 

Scoliosis 62 

Transverse myelitis 1 

No diagnosis made 9 

No orthopedic disease 23 

Transferred to other departments or hospitals 11 

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Total 879 



Orthopedic Diseases Treated in the Wards 

Congenital Malformations 

Club-foot 54 

Club-foot and hands 1 

Dislocation of hip 50 

Torticollis 20 

Absence of fibula 1 

Hammer toe 2 

Multiple contractures 1 

Multiple deformities 1 

Elevation of scapula 1 

Spina bifida 1 

Scoliosis 11 

Syndactylism 2 

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Rickets and its Deformities 

Rickets, generalized 4 

Rickets, bow legs 27 

Rickets, knock knees 8 

Rickets, bow legs and knock knees 2 

Rickets, with fractures 2 



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Deformities and Disabilities of Feet 
Pronated foot 



Disabilities Due to Injury or Disease 

Fracture of humerus 

Fracture of radius and ulna 

Fracture of ulna 

Fracture of femur 

Fracture of spine and pelvis 

Subluxation of hip 

Dislocation of elbow 

Dislocation of cervical vertebrae 

Dislocation of hip (pathological) 

Contusions of thigh 4 

Contusions of knee 

Ankylosis of hip, secondary to old injury of hip . . . . ■ . 

Traumatic amputation of ringer 

Separation of epiphysis of radius 

Separation of epiphysis of femur 



Tuberculosis 

Tuberculosis of spine 68 

Tuberculosis of shoulder 1 

Tuberculosis of shoulder and knee 1 

Tuberculosis of hip 39 

Tuberculosis of knee 1 

Tuberculosis of ankle 1 

Tuberculous dactylitis 1 



Synovitis 



Synovitis of hip 2 

Synovitis of knee 4 



25 



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ORTHOPEDIC DEPARTMENT 

Non-Tuberculous Arthritis 

Infective arthritis of hip 2 

Infective arthritis of knee 2 

Infective arthritis, multiple 9 

Osteochondral trophopathy 1 

Osteomyelitis 

Osteomyelitis of mandible 1 

Osteomyelitis of ulna 1 

Osteomyelitis of femur 6 

Osteomyelitis of tibia 13 

Osteomyelitis of ilium 5 

Osteomyelitis of os calcis 1 

Osteomyelitis, multiple 8 

Paralysis 

Paralysis, infantile 175 

Paralysis, spastic 29 

Paralysis, obstetric 9 

Muscular dystrophy 5 

Peroneal dystrophy 1 

Unclassified 

Abscesses, unspecified 2 

Acetabular disease 

Birth injury to brain 

Cerebellar tumor 

Contracture of hips 

Contracture of knee 

Cellulitis of foot 

Cellulitis of ankle 

Cyst of femur 

Cord lesion 

Multiple bone lesions (congenital lues) 

Otitis fibrosa cystica 

Peroneal spasm 

Scoliosis 4 

Slipping patella 3 

Septic wounds of hip 4 

Tumor of tibia 1 

No disease 4 

Transferred to other departments 2 

Diagnosis deferred 3 



14 



35 



219 



37 



New cases 638 

Secondary Diagnosis 2 

Total 640 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Orthopedic Operating Room Report 

Infantile Paralysis 

Arthrodesis 16 

Astragalectomy 4 

Fasciotomy 26 

Fascia transplantation 1 

Hoke operation 22 

Insertion of bone pegs in knee 1 

Manipulation 4 

Osteotomy 12 

Tendon lengthening 10 

Tendon transplantation 44 

Tenodesis 1 

Tenotomy 5 

Tensor fascia lata transplantation 1 

147 

Obstetric Paralysis 

Myotomy 6 

6 

Spastic Paralysis 

Arthrodesis 1 

Myotomy 2 

Tendon lengthening 12 

Tenotomy 1 

16 

Tuberculosis 

Hibbs fusion 1 

1 

Congenital Dislocation of Hip 

Manipulation 6 

Reduction 27 

33 

Club-foot 

Division of lateral ligament 4 

Hoke operation 1 

Manipulation 45 

Osteotomy 3 

Tendon lengthening 2 

Tenotomy 3 

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ORTHOPEDIC DEPARTMENT 



Bow Legs 



Manipulation 3 

Osteoclasis 13 

Osteotomy 4 



Knock-Knee 

Manipulation 1 

Osteotomy 6 



Pronated Foot 

Osteotomy 1 

Torticollis 

Myotomy 17 

Arthritis 

Incision and drainage 2 



Osteomyelitis 

Incision and curettage 1 

Incision and drainage 14 

Sequestrotomy 1 



Ankylosis of Hip, Secondary to Septic Arthritis 

Manipulation 1 

Ankylosis of Hip, Secondary to Osteomyelitis 

Manipulation 1 

Fractures 

Manipulation 1 

Reduction 4 

Absence of Fibula 

Astragalectomy 1 

Plaster 1 



in 



20 



17 



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Hammer Toe 



Tendon lengthening i 

Excision of mid-phalangeal joint i 

Syndactylism 

Plastic 2 

2 

Amputated Fingers 

Plastic i 

- i 

Chondro-Sarcoma of Femur 

Curettage i 

Osteotomy i 

2 

Epiphyseal Dislocation of Radius 

Reduction 2 

2 

Dislocation of Patella 

Fixation of patella 2 

Plastic i 

3 

Foreign Body in Foot 

Excision i 

i 

Peroneal Spasm 

Manipulation i 

i 

Septic Hematoma 

Incision and drainage i 

i 

Septic Wound of Hip 

Incision and drainage 2 

2 

Abscess of Shoulder 

Aspiration i 

Incision and drainage i 



Total number of operations 352 

Total number of etherizations 328 

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Department of Physical Therapeutics 



Scoliosis Out-Patient Clinic 

THE Scoliosis Clinic has grown to a point where it seems 
that some reorganization is necessary. There has been 
an increase of more than eight hundred visits over the 
previous year, and it is becoming very difficult to see that all 
the cases receive proper attention on each visit. A large num- 
ber of the new cases are referred from the Medical Clinic for a 
period of training in correct posture, and it is felt that these 
cases should be handled on an additional clinic day, both for 
their own benefit and to insure adequate time for the treatment 
of the structural deformities. 

The matter of photographic records is another serious prob- 
lem. These photographs have to be made in clinic time, on 
bright days, by one of the volunteer assistants and, although 
the results have been remarkably good, it has not been possible 
to obtain all the records necessary in order to report progress. 
Less than half of the total number of cases examined during 
the year have been photographed. 

The Boston School of Physical Education continues to supply 
student assistants during its school year. 

We are grateful to the social service department for co-opera- 
tion in assisting some cases whose treatment would otherwise 
have been discontinued. 

Total attendance 3>456 

New cases 150 

Total number of cases seen 250 

Total number of cases photographed 105 

Number of clinics held 145 



Hospital Wards 

During the past year there has been some increase in the 
number of cases receiving treatment. Massage, therapeutic 
exercise, sometimes combined with the use of baths, and radiant 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

heat baking have all been given. This department has also 
been responsible for a portion of the Alpine Sun Lamp treat- 
ments in the Orthopedic ward. 

The decrease in the total number of treatments given seems 
to have been due to the unfortunate susceptibility of the pa- 
tients under treatment to various contagious diseases. 

Total number of treatments given 1,210 

Total number of cases treated 111 

Additional number of Alpine lamp treatments 141 

Infantile paralysis cases in the Orthopedic wards still receive 
the routine examination of muscle power. 

Out-Patient Department 

There are a certain number of orthopedic and surgical cases 
for whom a period of baking and massage, or graduated exer- 
cise treatment, is advisable at the time when a plaster or splint 
is being discontinued. Some of these cases cannot be classified 
under the regular physiotherapy treatment clinics and this out- 
patient service is intended to enable them to receive the desired 
treatment, or instruction, at the time of their regular visits to 
the orthopedic or surgical clinics. 





Cases 


Treatments 


Orthopedic out-patient physiotherapy 

Surgical out-patient physiotherapy . 

Alpine lamp treatments 


77 
11 

14 


362 
258 
245 



Teaching 

This department is in constant receipt of applications from 
students who wish to obtain physiotherapy training at this 
hospital. From two to four women with physical education 
or nursing training are now being accepted, and the length of 
their service has been increased to four months, part of this 
time being spent in the adult massage clinic at the Massachu- 
setts General Hospital. These students are under careful super- 
vision and they are of great assistance in carrying on the work 
of the department. 

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PHYSICAL THERAPEUTICS 

The formal summer physiotherapy course given in connec- 
tion with Harvard Medical School Graduate Department was 
filled as in previous years. Its success was largely due to the 
instruction and interest of Dr. A. T. Legg and Dr. J. W. Sever, 
and other members of the Staff. 

As the problem of the unqualified person who attempts to 
treat disease by physical means is such a serious one, it is felt 
that this training of well qualified women to serve as assistants 
to the medical profession in this form of treatment, is one of the 
most important phases of the work of the PhysicalTherapeutic 
Department of the Hospital. 



117 



Report of the Harvard Infantile 
Paralysis Commission 



THE Harvard Infantile Paralysis Commission is now in its 
seventh year. New cases referred every month by local 
doctors in Massachusetts and other New England states 
seem to point to the fact that its existence is still necessary. 
There were 223 cases of the disease in Massachusetts in 1923 
as compared with 217 cases in 1922. 

The Commission is deeply indebted to The Children's Hos- 
pital for the continued use of clinic and office space which has 
been given them since 19 16, and for the generous courtesy and 
cooperation received. 

Clinics at The Children's Hospital under the direction of Dr. 
Arthur T. Legg, Assistant Surgeon to the Hospital, are held as 
in previous years on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday morn- 
ings when muscle training is given and examinations are made 
on old and new patients. 

As infantile paralysis requires much supervised treatment 
over long periods of time; and, as many of the cases come from 
distant towns, local treatment. clinics under the direction of one 
of the Commission's trained workers are held in thirteen cities 
and towns in Massachusetts at intervals of every two or three 
weeks. 

Several cities such as Haverhill, Lawrence, North Adams, 
Springfield, and Webster pay the expenses of an all day clinic 
once or twice a year when the Commission Surgeon and all the 
workers attend, making examinations and advising treatment. 

Cities and towns where the local treatment clinics are held 
have been asked to support these clinics by assuming the 
expense of the workers for each clinic. Many of the older 
cases which had received the maximum benefit from muscle 
training have been referred to the general orthopedic clinic. 
This has cut down the work mostly to new cases, operative 
cases, and those needing most intensive and special treatment. 
The Commission is now caring for about 7 00 cases. 

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HARVARD INFANTILE PARALYSIS COMMISSION 

Mrs. H. C. Low, for many years the Executive Secretary, 
resigned in June 1923 after a deeply interested and enthusiastic 
service. Dr. Legg, the Commission Surgeon, was made chief of 
the personnel of the clinic. The executive committee consists 
of Miss Haggart, clinic secretary; Miss Harding, secretary; 
and Miss Merrill, physical director. 

The work of the Commission is maintained entirely by public 
contributions, no financial support being received from the 
Harvard Medical School or The Children's Hospital. 

Summary for the Year 1923 

1. Total number of Children's Hospital clinics 152 

Total number of individual cases seen at The Children's Hospital 

clinics 680 

Total number of treatments given at The Children's Hospital . . 3,291 

2. Total number of State clinics 8 

Total number of individual cases seen at State clinics .... 303 

3. Total number of treatments given at local clinics 3,515 

Total number of home visits made ^870 

4. Total number of treatments given by Community Health Nurses . 1,940 

5. Total number of Commission cases operated on in The Children's 

Hospital 79 



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Report of Throat Department 



MORE attention has been paid during the past year to the 
question of disease of the nasal accessory sinuses; and 
several of these cases have been successfully operated 
upon. 

Cases of foreign bodies in the esophagus, larynx, trachea 
and bronchi which we have successfully removed, have made 
up a small but important group requiring a special technic and 
instrumentation for their successful treatment. 

The work of the Department as in former years has been 
largely concerned with cases of hypertrophied or diseased ton- 
sils and adenoids. The number of these cases requiring opera- 
tion has in recent years taxed our staff and equipment, and it 
has been thought best during the past year, in order to main- 
tain the high standard of work, to limit somewhat the number 
of operations performed. This limitation of the work of the 
department we hope to overcome during the coming year by 
additions to the staff and equipment. 



Throat Department Report 



Tons 
Tons 
Tons 
Tons 
Tons 
Tons 
Tons 
Tons 
Tons 
Tons 
Tons 
Tons 
Tons 
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Tonsi 
Tonsi 
Tonsi 



s and adenoids 1,982 

s and adenoids with circumcision 3 

s and adenoids with oesophagoscopy 1 

s and adenoids with cauterization of septum 5 

s and adenoids with examination of nose 1 

s and adenoids with laryngoscopy . 8 

s and adenoids with laryngoscopy and examination of nose . . 1 

s and adenoids with extraction of teeth 1 

s and adenoids with removal of growth from tongue .... 1 

s and adenoids with submucous resection for deviated septum . 4 

s and adenoids with puncture of antra 2 

s and adenoids with removal of polypoid material from nose . . 1 
s and adenoids with transillumination of sinuses and examination 

f nose 1 

s and adenoids with removal of papilloma of chin .... 1 

lectomy 4 

lar remains and adenoids 35 

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THROAT DEPARTMENT 

Adenoids 137 

Adenoids with circumcision 1 

Adenoids with removal of nasal polyp 1 

Adenoids with removal of part of turbinate and lumbar puncture . . 1 

Tonsillar remains, adenoids and removal of nasal polyp 1 

Dilatation of oesophageal strictures under ether 22 

Dilatation of oesophageal strictures without ether 4 

Dilatation of laryngeal strictures under ether 9 

Dilatation of laryngeal strictures without ether 1 

Oesophagoscopy 10 

Foreign bodies removed from oesophagus 10 

Foreign bodies removed from bronchus 2 

Foreign bodies removed from ear 4 

Foreign bodies removed from nose . . 2 

Bronchoscopy 4 

Tracheotomy 1 

Bronchoscopy and tracheotomy 1 

Laryngoscopy 4 

Laryngoscopy and adenoidectomy 2 

Laryngoscopy and removal of specimen 1 

Removal of papilloma of larynx 2 

Abscesses, incision and drainage of retropharyngeal 4 

Abscesses, incision and drainage of peritonsillar 3 

Abscesses, incision and drainage of septum 3 

Abscesses, incision and drainage of cervical 4 

Abscesses, incision and drainage of lacrimal 1 

Abscesses, incision and drainage of cheek 1 

Paracentesis 11 

Mastoids 31 

Jugular vein (tied off) 1 

Submucous resection for deviated septum 9 

Replacement of nasal bones for fracture 2 

Removal of tumor of nose 1 

Plastic for deformity of nostril 1 

Exploration of submaxillary duct 1 

Excision of thyroglossal cyst 1 

Radical cure for infected antra 11 

Drainage of left antrum and sequestrotomy 1 

Nasal examination, transillumination of sinuses and cauterization of 

septum 3 

Total number of operations 2,360 



Post-operative Hemorrhages 

Tonsils 9 

Adenoids 30 

Tonsils and Adenoids 1 

Total number of post-operative hemorrhages 40 



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Throat Cases Seen in the Out-Patient Department 

Adenitis, cervical 9 

Adenoids 80 

Deviated Septum 4 

Epistaxis 5 

Foreign body in Larynx 5 

Oesophageal stricture 2 

Rhinitis 40 

Thyroglossal cyst 1 

Chronic Hypertrophy of tonsils and adenoids 2,047 

No disease 12 

Diagnosis deferred 12 

No diagnosis made 9 

Total 2,226 



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Laboratory Department 



FOLLOWING is the report for the year 1923 from the 
pathological laboratory of The Children's Hospital. 
The number of autopsies made during the year is 43 ; the 
number of surgical specimens for the year is 228, as follows: 

Appendices 96 

Cervical lymph nodes 20 

Tonsils 24 

Adenoids .... . 3 

Mesenteric lymph nodes 1 

Osteomyelitis 10 

Pylorus muscle 3 

Small intestine 1 

Colon 2 

Meckel's Diverticulum 2 

Ecchinococcus cyst 1 

Papilloma 1 

Rectal polyp 3 

Adenocarcinoma 1 

Lipoma 1 

Fibroma 1 

Fibrosarcoma 1 

Sarcoma 1 

Sarcoma of bone . . .1 

Chondroma .... ... 2 

Hemangioma .... . 2 

Pigmented mole ... ... 1 

Hygroma 1 

Lymphoblastoma . . 4 

Mixed cell tumor of kidney 1 

Neuroblastoma 2 

Rhabdomyosarcoma 1 

Cysts 3 

Unclassified 38 



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Gynecological Department 



TO this department are referred all cases which are admitted 
to the Out-Patient Department with a vaginal discharge 
of any kind or which acquire such a discharge during 
their stay in the Hospital. During the year 1923, no cases of 
gonorrhoeal vaginitis were seen which had acquired the disease 
during their stay in the Hospital; all were Out-Patient cases. 
All cases treated are followed for one year from the time they 
are discharged as cured. 

Classification of Cases 

Vaginitis (probable gonorrhoeal) 15 

Vaginitis (not gonorrhoeal) 13 

Vulvitis (not gonorrhoeal) 5 

Masturbation 1 

Deferred 3 

Left without being seen 3 

Total 40 



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Dental Department 



THE large increase in number of patients treated in the 
dental clinic during the past year again definitely shows 
the vast need of dental care. With three dentists on the 
staff we now operate every Tuesday and Thursday mornings 
and all urgent consultations and emergency cases may be cared 
for immediately. All house patients needing dental attention 
are treated twice each week and upon their discharge from the 
hospital they are brought back to the Out-Patient department 
through the Social Service for the completion of any unfinished 
work. This co-operation with the Social service department 
allows the discharge of the patients from the hospital much 
sooner, for in the past children were held over in the house for 
necessary dentistry. As has been customary, children treated 
in any Out-Patient department may be referred to the dental 



clinic. 



The many splendid results obtained in our clinic, proves that 
carious teeth may keep the child's health below par. Placing 
the mouth in a clean, hygienic condition will often immediately 
improve the child's general health. 

We have again had an unusual number of cases needing ortho- 
dontic treatment. As this type of work cannot be adequately 
cared for in a general hospital, we shall continue our arrange- 
ment that the Harvard Dental School shall care for our most 
urgent cases. This work is done in co-operation with us and 
a member of our staff is kept in constant touch with each case. 

The work of the department included cases of prophylaxis, 
fillings of amalgam and cement, extraction of carious and 
abscessed teeth and roots, treatment of pulpitis, stomatitis, 
painful erupting and mal-posed teeth, alveolar abscesses, ne- 
crosis, osteomyelitis and fractures of the maxillary bones. 



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X-Ray Department 



THE number of cases handled during the past year showed 
a material increase over that of 1922. The department 
is now better equipped than at any other time in its 
existence, having two separate units, both good standard types 
of machines, one for radiography and fluoroscopy and the other 
for radiography and treatments. This facilitates more rapid 
handling of the cases and avoids the congestion of cases, which 
was unavoidably the case when there was only one unit. 

The collection file of typical and unusual cases continues to 
grow and is always available for teaching and publication 
purposes. 

Total number of cases, 1922 2,998 

Total number of cases, 1923 A> 2 1° 

The number of treatments showed the largest relative 
increase, approximately six times the number treated in 1923 
as in 1922. 



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Social Service Department 



DURING the year 1923, nil families, — 758 of them new 
to the Hospital, — have been referred to this department. 
3887 outside visits have been made in the interests of 
patients. 

Orthopedic Service 

From the social standpoint the morning clinic has proved 
a great advantage, as it has enabled Miss Packard to plan her 
visiting period much more effectively, and has given her time 
for more leisurely interviews with families in the clinic, — a 
factor which never fails to secure a ready return for treatment, 
and which enhances the efficiency of the follow-up work by 
adding human and personal contact. 

The follow up system is in excellent working order; every 
day's clinic is checked in the follow up file, cases are dated 
ahead for return, letters are sent to over-due patients, or fol- 
low up calls made when necessary. The orthopedic worker has 
been greatly aided in the clerical detail of this work by able 
volunteer assistance. 

Need for social planning in connection with the growing 
scoliosis clinic has been increasingly apparent and many more 
requests for advice and assistance have been handled, jackets 
have been secured, and regular attendance of long distance 
patients insured. These children are nearly all of school age, 
and home and school visiting reveal many problems for social 
adjustment as well as the necessity for supervision in diet and 
hygiene. 

Additional volunteer motor service is badly needed for the 
patients who should come regularly for heliotherapy and 
Alpine lamp treatment. Clinic treatment should be regular 
and frequent and many children come from a distance, involving 
much time and expense in keeping appointments. In a selected 
group of cases of bone tuberculosis heliotherapy has been carried 
on at home according to a definite schedule of exposure such 
as is used in this hospital. The orthopedic worker who plans 

127 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

socially for all cases of bone tuberculosis has felt during her 
home supervision of these children that an increasing number 
may be kept under this form of treatment very satisfac- 
torily. 

As has been our custom with all House cases on any service, 
social plans are made while the children are in the wards, and 
the after care arrangements put through and carefully super- 
vised as long as need exists. 

We hope during the coming year to do more visiting in behalf 
of Infantile Paralysis cases, a bit of very necessary work which 
as yet we have not been able to cover adequately. 

In 1923, 44 children, some of them requiring expensive appara- 
tus, were provided for from our special therapeutic relief fund. 
The amount expended was #495.88. This fund has been of 
immeasurable benefit and the department wishes to express 
much gratitude for the renewed gift of #500 received from the 
Committee of the Permanent Charity Fund, Inc., for the year 
1924. 

Medical Service 

A marked increase of patients in the medical O. P. D. during 
the past year has added greatly to the pressure upon the social 
worker in that clinic. Miss Kinney has had under supervision 
an average of 100 patients a month, and to the social work 
involved in the special classes of the previous year has been 
added, through reorganization, the nutrition clinic with its 
vital need for home supervision and planning for underweight 
and undernourished children, and the group of definitely 
tubercular children who call for specialized medical and social 
care. 

It is with great pleasure that we look forward — through the 
addition of another worker in this clinic — to the adequate 
social handling of our infant feeding cases, long neglected 
because of the bulk of our other work. With a little adjust- 
ment in organization the social work in the medical Out-Patient 
Department should come nearer to its ideal of 100 per cent 
efficiency. This new development will be of material assistance 
to the worker in the Thomas Morgan Rotch Memorial Hospital 
as it will enable her to transfer at an earlier moment many of 
the babies who need continued medical and social care. A 
report of Mrs. Smith's fine work in the Thomas Morgan Rotch 
Memorial Hospital appears elsewhere. 

128 



SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

On the medical wards home visits and after-care plans have 
been made for 450 children. There is a complete follow-up of 
all cases discharged from the ward. 

Surgical and Nerve Services 

Miss Tufts has been able to share her time with the Nerve 
Out-Patient Department. All cases have been taken up so- 
cially where medical diagnosis or family problem indicates it to 
be advisable and supervision or after-care supplied. Institu- 
tional care has been applied for in many cases of feeble-minded- 
ness or epilepsy and behavior problems have been connected 
with the special facilities offered by the Psychopathic Hospital 
or the Judge Baker Foundation. 

With the generous assistance of Mrs. Tunnicliff the speech 
class of the surgical clinic has been continued for two mornings 
a week. A special effort is now being made to connect up with 
old cases. The main difficulty seems to be the burden of regu- 
lar visits from the mothers' point of view, and it has frequently 
proved necessary, in order to insure results, to transfer such 
children to the speech clinic in the nearest school. 

498 children have been cared for on these combined services. 

At the request of the chiefs of the services, the department 
has cooperated in seven special studies, contributing the social 
interpretation and determining end results by outside visiting. 
For assistance in this work we wish to express appreciation to 
the six volunteers who have been of invaluable aid. 

The teaching relationship with the School of Nursing and the 
Simmons College School of Social Work has continued. 



129 



The School of Nursing 



Annual Report 1923 

THE School of Nursing has nearly completed its thirty- 
fourth year. The most important events in its history 
during the past year have been the completion of the new 
classrooms, the taking over of the nursing at the Infants' Hos- 
pital and the opening of the Diet Kitchen for the preparation of 
special diets for patients in the metabolism unit. 

The new classrooms were opened for use in March. The 
cost of building these rooms was met largely by a gift to this 
hospital of a fund which was raised by a group of Boston women 
for the Camp Devens Unit of the Army School of Nursing. As 
the entire fund was not needed for its original purpose and as 
the Committee still wished it used for the furtherance of nurs- 
ing, it was given for these classrooms which serve as a memorial 
to the young women in patriotic service at Camp Devens, two 
of whom sacrificed their lives. This gift has provided a com- 
pletely equipped demonstration room for teaching practical 
nursing and an adjoining lecture room. They were urgently 
needed and are much appreciated by the instructors and the 
students. 

The School of Nursing became responsible for the nursing 
staff of the Infants' Hospital the first of May. We are now able 
to give our own students very valuable experience in the nursing 
of infants which has been a long felt need and we can also offer 
a much better course in pediatrics to the affiliating and post- 
graduate students. Each student is given experience under 
graduate supervision in the Food Laboratory and in the Treat- 
ment Room as well as on the wards. In the Food Laboratory 
the nurses prepare the modifications for all babies in the In- 
fants' Hospital and in The Children's Hospital, including the 
Private Ward. 

The affiliations established by the Infants' Hospital with 
the New England Baptist and the Faulkner Hospitals continue 
and seven students are being received from these schools for a 

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three months' course in the medical, surgical and orthopedic 
nursing of infants and children. At the present time we have 
a group of seventeen affiliating and eight post-graduate students. 
In addition to the practical experience on the wards these stu- 
dents are given forty-five hours of classroom instruction. 

It is becoming better known that this School offers a post- 
graduate course and there have been more applicants than we 
could admit during the past year. As experience in the nurs- 
ing of infants and children is now recognized as a part of a 
basic course of training one of the functions of this school is to 
supply such experience to as many students fr^m other schools 
as it can without encroaching on the training of its own students. 

In the new Diet Kitchen there are two nurses on duty all 
the time. Under the supervision of one of the dietitians they 
plan the menus, calculate the food values and prepare the diets 
for diabetic and nephritic patients and any others requiring 
special feeding. They serve the trays to the patients and with 
this direct contact are often able to make their restricted diets 
more attractive and acceptable. In order that they may under- 
stand the cases for which they are preparing the diets, they are 
given an opportunity to study the patients' records and follow 
their progress. The opening of this department is affording 
better service to these special patients and is giving the nurses 
invaluable experience. 

The only changes which have been made in the curriculum 
are the addition of courses in psychology, mental diseases and 
in First Aid in the senior year. The text in practical nursing 
prepared especially for this school has been revised and greatly 
amplified by the instructors, which has been no small task. 

The most urgent need of the School of Nursing is a new 
Nurses' Home. The present building is overcrowded and the 
distance from the hospital is a serious inconvenience, especially 
in severe weather. 



133 



List of Former House Officers 



1882. 


Henry S. Otis 


1898. 


1882. 


George Haven 


1898. 


1882. 


F. W. Knowles, Jr. 


1898. 


1883. 


George F. Tucker 


1898. 


1884. 


Clarence W. Spring 


1899. 


1884. 


John W. Perkins 


1899. 


1885. 


William B. Fiske 


1899. 


1885. 


Homer Gage 


1899. 


1885. 


Percival J. Eaton 


1900. 


1886. 


Charles L. Scudder 


1900. 


1886. 


Nathaniel S. Hunting 


1900. 


1887. 


William E. Fay 


1900. 


1887. 


Rufus E. Darrah 


1901. 


1888. 


Joel E. Goldthwait 


1 901. 


1888. 


Frank E. Peckham 


1901. 


1889. 


John H. Huddleston 


1 901. 


1889. 


Edward H. Nichols 


1901. 


1890. 


Harold G. Gross 


1902. 


1890. 


George W. Fitz 


1902. 


1890. 


Frank S. Whittemore 


1902. 


1891. 


Frank A. Higgins 


1902. 


1891. 


Edwin P. Stickney 


1902. 


1891. 


Rupert Norton 


1903. 


1892. 


Julio Selva 


1903. 


1892. 


Frederick H. Baker 


1903. 


1892. 


William Cogswell, Jr. 


1903. 


1893. 


Calvin Gates Page 


1903. 


1893. 


Harrison D. Jenks 


1903. 


1893. 


Charles F. Painter 


1904. 


1894. 


Herbert J. Hall 


1904. 


1894. 


Eugene C. Wylie 


1904. 


1894. 


Frederick A. Washburn, Jr. 


1904. 


1895. 


Ernest B. Young 


1904. 


1895. 


Herman T. Baldwin 


1904. 


1896. 


Herman W. Gross 


1904. 


1896. 


Arthur R. Crandell 


1905. 


1896. 


Edward A. Andrews 


1905. 


1896. 


John C. Pegram, Jr. 


1905. 


1896. 


Harry C. Low 


1905. 


1897. 


Butler Metzger 


1905. 


1897. 


Frank E. Stetson 


1905. 


1897. 


Edwin W. Ryerson 


1905. 


1897. 


Walter C. Howe 


1905. 



Carlton P. Flint 
D. Crosby Greene, Jr. 
Robert Soutter 
Walter C. Bailey 
Charles L. Spaulding 
William W. Howell 
Henry S. Warren 
Charles S. Bryant 
Everett L. Creesy 
Alexander C. Eastman 
Arthur T. Legg 
Percy E. Brown 
Charles B. Wormelle 
Nathaniel Allison 
James W. Sever 
Harold W. Jones 
Robert B. Porter 
Henry I. Bowditch 
Samuel W. Myers 
Louis T. Wilson 
C. H. Dunn 
John D. Adams 
Roger Spalding 
Fred G. Webster 
M. F. Barrett 
F. W. Palfrey 
Beth Vincent 
H. D. Prescott 
W. C. Peters 
Russell S. Rowland 
F. W. George 
Eric St. J. Johnson 
Charles W. Eveleth 
George W. Clark 
Ralph R. Fitch 
Cleaveland Floyd 
George E. Emerson 
Fritz B, Talbot 
George C. Moore 
Eugene B. Mumfqrd 
Horace K. Boutwell 
Clarence W. Keene 
Daniel E. Bartlett 



134 



LIST OF FORMER HOUSE OFFICERS 



1905. 


Thomas A. Storey 


1912. 


E. W. Fiske 


1906. 


John A. Nutter 


1913- 


Charles H. Sanford 


1906. 


Willard P. Woodbury 


I 9i3- 


K. G. Percy 


1906. 


William Stickney 


1913- 


J. I. Grover 


1906. 


Walter A. Hosley 


i9!3- 


L. B. Robertson 


1906. 


Charles A. Overlander 


i9 J 3- 


A. E. Myers 


1906. 


William P. Lucas 


J 9!3- 


A. G. Helmick 


1906. 


C. E. Bryant 


I9I3- 


Marcus Skinner 


1907. 


Philip H. Sylvester 


1913- 


E. B. Mumford 


1907. 


C. A. Reese 


1913- 


A. A. Hornor 


1907. 


H. E. Coe 


1913- 


P. W. Emerson 


1907. 


J. B. Ayer, Jr. 


1914. 


F. H. Hibben 


1907. 


L. T. Brown 


1914. 


H. S. Woodbury 


1907. 


E. B. Bigelow 


1914. 


L. H. Segar 


1907. 


B. E. Wood 


1914. 


F. R. Ober 


1907. 


William Berkel 


1914. 


W. S. Ramsey 


1908. 


W. W. Marr 


1914. 


F. D. Larned 


1908. 


J. B. Spencer 


1914. 


D. W. Porter 


1908. 


J. B. Manning 


1914. 


J. D. Benjamin 


1908. 


H. G. Calder 


1914. 


P. W. Emerson 


1908. 


R. E. Gates 


1914. 


F. H. Pinckney 


1908. 


F. A. Bartlett 


i9 T 5- 


R. G. Packard 


1909. 


J. H. Young 


I9i5- 


R. S. Bromer 


1909. 


R. M. Smith 


I9I5- 


D. M. Hassman 


1909. 


W. H. Young 


I9I5- 


J. T. Hodgen 


1909. 


A. S. Fletcher 


1915- 


D. W. Porter 


1909. 


R. A. Sadler 


1915- 


A. R. Cunningham 


1909. 


Sherman Perry 


I9I5- 


F. B. Abbott 


1909. 


H. F. Keever 


I9I5- 


A. L. Van Meter 


1910. 


A. A. Howard 


I9I5- 


L. W. Hill 


1910. 


H. J. Fitz-Simmons 


1916. 


Hugh K. Berkeley 


1910. 


W. T. Frawley 


1916. 


Hyman Green 


1910. 


T. W. Ely 


1916. 


William R. Morse 


1910. 


J. S. Tomkies 


1916. 


Damon Walthal 


1910. 


A. E. Johann 


1917. 


William Patrick 


1910. 


W. T. Graham 


1917. 


Charles W. Bressler 


1910. 


R. T. Hall 


1917. 


Joseph H. McGuire 


1910. 


P. C. Jeans 


1917. 


Edward King 


1911. 


H. W. Haight 


1917. 


Horace M. Baker 


1911. 


B. D. Domser 


1917. 


Norman Gillespie 


1911. 


E. F. Lindemann 


1917. 


Alton Goldbloom 


1911. 


C. F. Deering 


1917. 


Nathan A. Bolotow 


1911. 


J. W. J. Marion 


1917. 


Maurice Briggs 


1911. 


A. E. Johann 


1917. 


Donald S. King 


1912. 


H. S. Parker 


1917. 


W. Whitefield Hansell 


1912. 


Bronson Crothers 


1918. 


E. Friedman 


1912. 


F. E. Ross 


1918. 


Robert M. Lord 


1912. 


J. L. Gamble 


1918. 


Robert E. Ramsey 


1912. 


C. B. Moore 


1918. 


LeRoy Doolittle 


1912. 


E. T. Wyman 


1918. 


Abram Goldman 


1912. 


J. E. Dodd 


1918. 


George H. Jackson, Jr 


1912. 


H. E. Harris 


1918. 


Gustav Biorkman 



135 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



1918. 
1918. 
1918. 
1918. 
1919. 
1919. 
1919. 
1919. 
1919. 
1919. 
1919. 
1919. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1920. 
1921. 
1921. 
1921. 
1921. 
1921. 
1921. 



Eliot Hubbard, Jr. 
B. H. Moore 
John W. O'Meara 
Delos P. Thurber 
Rudolph Dresel 
George P. Hunt 
Jesse B. Griffith 
Lang S. Woo 
Ernest Tso 
Franklin Wilson 
Ernest T. Saeger 
Patrick Gear 
John A. Key- 
Thomas H. Lanman 
Joseph M. Ulrich 
Iver F. Selleseth 
Homer A. Rue 
Henry R. Miner 
Theodore P. Herrick 
Walter F. Cole 
Robert W. Lord 
Alfred J. Steinberg 
R. Plato Schwartz 
William Bradford Adams 
Steele F. Stewart 
Harry J. Schott 
Glenn Barber 
J. B. Naive 
Campbell Harvey 
George K. Carpenter 
Walter P. Hogarth 



1921. 


Paul C. Carson 


1921. 


Robert M. Lord 


1921. 


Maurice Adelman 


1921. 


J. Lawrence Jones 


1921. 


M. Hines Roberts 


1921. 


Bernard H. Kyle 


1921. 


Donald C. Bell 


1922. 


Herbert C. Soule 


1922. 


A. Roland Newsam 


1922. 


Myron Henry 


1922. 


Harold H. Hitchcock 


1922. 


Rudolph L. Dresel 


1922. 


Maurice Adelman 


1922. 


Arthur G. Davis 


1922. 


F. H. H. Mewburn 


1922. 


F. R. Smith 


1923. 


Robert 0. DuBois 


1923. 


George E. Daniels 


1923. 


John D. Ball 


1923. 


F. L. Forte 


1923. 


Maxwell Harbin 


1923. 


Solomon D. David 


1923. 


Francis S. Smyth 


1923. 


Samuel Levine 


1923. 


D. S. Divers 


1923. 


C. H. Griffin 


1923. 


E. H. Wilson 


1923. 


C. B. Bennett 


1923. 


W. Rogers 


1923. 


H. F. Rowley 



136 



Gifts to The Children's Hospital, 1 923 



Scrap Books, Books and Valentines 



Ainslie, Miss Doris 

Alexander, Edyth 

Allemann, Dr. Albert 

Allen, W. B. 

Allston Camp Fire Girls 

Ames, Miss Georgianna 

Ames, Mrs. F. L. 

Anderson, Airs. Agnes C. 

Anderson, Mrs. 

Armstrong, Mr. Richard 

Atherton, Henry, Sarah, and Nancy 

Atkinson, Mrs. J. H. 

Baker, Sarah J. Kindergarten 

Baldwin, Miss Vivian 

Ballard, Miss Elizabeth 

Bancroft, Mrs. F. B. 

Batchelder, Barbara and Helen 

Baxter, Betty 

Beach, Esther M. 

Beal, Minna 

Beats, L. S. 

Bemis, C. M. 

Bergson, H. 

Berry, M. J. 

Bertram, Mrs. James 

Beth Eden Baptist Sunday School 

Bicknell, S. R. 

Billings Bed, Frank Seaver 

Billings Bed, Harriet M. 

Bishop, Mr. Frederick H. 

Blackman, Mr. Charles A. 

Blackraylon, Miss 

Blake, Ethelwyn 

Blake, Frank 

Blake, Sarah E. 

Blodgett, Elspeth 

Blue Bird Club, Beverly 

Bond, Mr. F. C. 

Bowden, Mrs. J. C. 

Boyd, Miss Lillian 



Bradley, Mrs. K. C. 

Brayton, Mrs. 

Brightelmstone Club, Allston 

Broadway Congregational Church, 
Jr. Endeavor 

Brophy, M. 

Brown, Eunice E. 

Bullock, G. E. 

Burnham, H. L. 

Butterfield, C. B.Jr. 

Buttler, Mrs. J. H. 

Calkins, Mrs. A. W. 

Cameron, Mrs. Madeline 

Candidate's Class, Grace Episcopal 
Church 

Candidates of the Girls' Friendly 
Society 

Candidates St. John's Church 

Carlson, Helen and Thelma 

Carpenter, Mrs. George H. 

Carrott, C. P. 

Castle, Catherine E. 

Chase, Mrs. C. P. 

Cheerful Letter, Channing Church 

John Cheverus School, East Boston, 
Grade 6. 

John Cheverus School, East Boston, 
Grade 8. 

Chickering, G. 

Children of Dedham 

Children's Helping Hand Society 

Child, Mrs. Archibald 

Childs,Mrs.A. S. 

Christian Endeavor Society, Cam- 
bridge 

Cilley, C. B. 

Clark, Gertrude M. 

Clark, Miss Kate S. 

Clark, Mrs. Frank M. 

Clarridge, Mrs. C. F. 



137 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Clench, Mrs. 

Clinque, Mildred and Ruth 

Collins, Mrs. H. J. 

Community Centre 

Conant, C. R. 

Condon, Miss Alice 

Congregational Sunday School, 
Allston 

Congregational Sunday School, Read- 
ing 

Covel, Miss 

Cox, Marion 

Crawford, Miss Isabel 

Crosby, Mr. R. M. 

Cross, Mark 

Crowell's Private School, Miss A. L. 

Crowell, Miss J. C. 

Cunningham, Mrs. George S. 

Daggett, Louise L. 

Daily Vacation Bible School, South 
Boston 

Dalby, Mrs. Amy F. 

Damon, Ruth 

Davis, Margaret 

Dee, Mrs. J. 

Department of Junior Red Cross 

Derby Academy 

Dorchester High School 

Downer, Miss 

Dupee, Miss Elva 

Dunkle, Ruth E. 

Dysart, Mrs. A. S. 

Eaton, Norma 

Edwards, M. M. 

Ehlert 

Ekolela Camp Fire Girls 

Eustis, Mrs. H. H. 

Farragut School 

Faunce, Miss Catherine 

Finch, Barbara and Burgess 

Fisk, Emma F. 

Flagg,A.E. 

Floyd, Miss 

"For Others" Club, North Attleboro 

Foster Brothers 

Fox, W. S. 

Frederickson, Mr. George E. 

Freeman, Miss Ruth E. 

Gardella, Mrs. J. E. 

Gay lord, Mr. 

Girl Scout Bed 

Girls' Friendly Society, Somerville 



Googins, Mrs. J. H. 

Grant, M. A. 

Greene, Mr. F. W. 

Guyot, Doris 

Hall, Miss Lois 

Hall, Mrs. D. M. 

Hamilton, Grace 

Hamilton, Mrs. 

Hayden, Jessie and Virginia 

Herman, Miss Louise 

Hersey, Abbie E. 

Hill, Mrs. L. P. 

Hills, L. P. 

Holmes, Mrs. 

Hook, Louise 

Horbinger Club, West Roxbury 

Horton, Mrs. E. R. 

Howard, Mrs. Frank J. 

Howe, Mrs. L. S. 

Hubbard, J. S. 

Hyde, Mrs. Frank 

Jacobs, Miss Ida 

Jamaica Plain High School 

Jefferson School 

Jewett, Emma S. 

Johnston, Ruth 

Jones, F. L. 

Jones, Mrs. J. C. 

The Joy Club, West Medford 

Junior Auxiliary, Trinity Church, 
Concord 

Junior Christian Endeavor, Maynard 

Junior Comrades, Mystic Congrega- 
tional Church 

Junior Red Cross, Winthrop 

Katama Camp Fire Girls 

Keeler, Mrs. C. A. 

Keenan, Miss Mary 

Kenney, Mrs. Henry 

Kitching, Miss 

Kittridge, Miss Florence 

Knowles, A. H. 

Kramer, Lucie A. 

Lamont, Misses Virginia and Faith 

Landry, Miss Isabelle 

Lend-a-hand Club 

Little Wanderers' Home 

Lloyd, Mrs. Henry D. 

Lockhardt, Mrs. J. S. 

Lombard, Mrs. P. H. 

Long, E. C. 

Loomis, J. L. 



138 



GIFTS 



Lyman, Miss Lydia 

Lyman School, Westboro 

McQuesten, Mrs. G. E. 

MacKenzie, Miss Jeanette 

MacNaught, Miss Doris 

MacNaught, Miss Jeanette 

MacPherson, Mrs. E. G. 

Mandery, Fabel 

Maroin, J. K. 

Martineau, Mrs. W. R. 

Mathews, Miss Frances 

Mathewson, Miss 

Maverick Congregational Church 

Merritt, Mrs. Bertha L. 

Merry Sunshine Club, Brighton 

Miel, Miss Margaret 

Miller, Mrs. Gilbert M. 

Milton Bradley Company 

Milton Preparatory School 

Minen,M. K. 

Mixter, Mrs. N. L. 

Monks, Mrs. Osborn 

Moore, Mrs. William H. 

Morse, Alan B. 

Morse, Dr. 

Morse, Miss 

Morse, Mrs. J. P. 

Morse School, Cambridge 

Moss, Helene 

Nagler, Misses Barbara and Olga 

Narlnodt Club 

Nash, Mrs. G. W. 

"Needham Hustlers" 

North Grammar School, Edgartown 

North Shore Breeze, Manchester 

Norwood Baptist Sunday School 

Odlin, Mrs. E. W. 

Old North Congregational Church, 

Weymouth Heights 
Osgood, Miss B. 
Page, Dr. Calvin 
Park Street Church, Boston 
Parslow, Miss M. A. 
Pease, Laura M. 
Penn, Miss Dorothy 
Perkins, Dorothy 
Perry, Miss Hazel E. 
Perry, Miss Laura 
Phillips, Mr. George W. 
Pickard, H. M. 
Pleasanton, Rodney 
Primary Dept., St. Paul's Church 



Prince School Girl Reserves, Boston 

Quinby, Dr. William C. 

Quinlan, Miss 

Quinn, Mrs. W. G. 

Reading Congregational Church 

Redbreast Club, Arlington Heights 

Reed, Mrs. A. M. 

Reese, Mrs. A. H. 

Reeve, A. H. 

Remick, Miss Louise 

Rice, Eleanor 

Sue Rice Studios 

Rich, Miss M. 

Richards, Mrs. 

Richter, Rena 

Rockwood, Arlene 

Rowley, Miss Ellen 

Russell, Miss RaeM. 

Russell, Mrs. 

St. Michael's Parish 

St. Paul's Church, Brookline 

Salter, Mrs. Frank 

Sawyer, C. A. 

Sayer, Mrs. A. H. 

Sears, Marion 

Second Church, Dorchester 

Shiff, Helen 

South Middleboro School 

Snow, Mrs. G. W. 

Snow, Mrs. S. W. 

Steele, Miss Rachel 

Stoneman, Miss Eva 

Stranahan, Mrs. 

Tabor, Mr. 

Taylor, Lois 

Templeton, Mrs. P. L. 

Thoroquest, Mrs. E. M. 

Trinity Neighborhood House 

Tuttle, Mrs. Rhoda 

Tweedell, Miss I. 

Van Ness Club, Brookline 

Viall, Miss Helen 

Walden, Barbara 

Walkux, Helen E. 

Waltham Grammar School 

Wannasonnit Camp Fire Girls, 

Southbridge 
Ward, Marion R. 
Wellesley Hills Congregational 

Church 
Wetherbee, Mrs. H. C. 
Whelpley, Gertrude 



139 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



White, Miss H. R. 

Whitmore, Irene F. 

J. G. Whittier School, Dorchester 

Wide Awake Club, Brighton 

Wilder, Miss M. Cora 

Wilkinson, Miss Bertha 

Willis, Mrs. H. I. 



Wilson, Martha D. 

Winslow, Polly 

Wisen, Miss 

Wood, G. H. 

Wright, Mrs. A. W. 

Wyman, Dr. 

Wyman School, Winchester, Grade 2 



Dolls, Games and Toys 



Abel, Louise 

Adams, Mrs. J. Q. 

American Red Cross, Met. Chapter 

Ames, Mrs. John 

Anderson, Mrs. Agnes C. 

Arnold, Ann 

Badiotte, George 

Baker, E. G. 

Barnett, Miss 

Becket, Mrs. 

Blake, E. E. 

Blodgett, Elspeth 

Blumpen, Mrs. Agnes L. 

Bonney, Mr. George W. 

Bordman, Miss 

Bremner, Elizabeth 

Brody, Mrs. Morris 

Brooks, Mrs. Gorham 

Bropley, Mrs. A. S. 

Bucknell, R. M. 

Burleigh, Mrs. J. R. 

Burns, M. H. 

Calkins, Mrs. A. W. 

Campbell, H. F. 

Camp Fire Girls 

Camp Fire Girls, Arlington 

Carpenter School 

Carpenter, Mrs. George H. 

Carson, Mrs. A. 

Casper, Miss Isabel 

Castle, Catherine E. 

Chamberlain, Edward 

Chase, Mrs. Charles 

Chevra Kadusha, Brighton 

Children of the Day School 

Children's Helping Hand Society 

Christ Church 

Clark, Mrs. Frank M. 

Classum, Frederick 

Cobb, Mrs. C. M. 

Conant,Mrs. N. F. 



Conant, Mrs. W. C. 

Conant, Theta 

Congregational Church, Hyde Park 

Cornwall, Willard 

Crane, Mrs. 

Crocker, Mrs. G. Glover . 

Miss Faith Cumming's Class 

Cunningham, P. 

Curtis, Evelyn 

Daniels, Priscilla 

de Cormis, Mrs. R. M. 

de Florez, Peter 

Dickerman, Miss Emma 

Dorchester High School Salesman- 
ship Club 

Dowdell,Mrs. D.M. 

Downs, Ella 

Dudley, Sarah 

Faneuil Hall Chapter, D. A. R. 

Farnsworth, Mrs. William 

Fisk, Eleanor and Donald 

French, Mrs. W. C. 

Gardner, G. P., Jr. 

Gardner, Mrs. George P. 

Gentley, Robert 

Girls' Friendly Society, St. Paul's 
Church 

Girls' Latin School 

Girls of Happiness, Waldoboro, Maine 

Goodrich, Miss 

Goulston, Ernest J. Adv. Agency, Inc. 

Grout, Mrs. Laura 

Hall, Miss Ann 

Hall, Mrs. K. T. 

Harrigan, Mrs. J. A. 

Hartley, Miss Virginia 

Harvey, Lucille 

Haven, Mrs. E. B. 

Hayden, Jessie and Virginia 

Herman, Miss Louise 

Higgins, May 



140 



GIFTS 



Horrigan, J. A. 

Howard, Arthur W. 

Howard, Mrs. 

Howard, Mrs. Frank J. 

Howe, Mrs. O. H. 

Hunnewell, J. M. 

James, Mrs. E. S. 

Junior Alliance, First Unitarian 
Church, Brookfield 

Junior End. Society, West Townsend 

Karcher, Mrs. E. S. 

Krech, Mrs. Shepard 

Lambert, Master Corliss 

Langton, Mrs. J. A. 

Lantz, Miss Jennie 

Laysart, Mrs. A. S. 

Levy, Mrs. J. 

Little, Mrs. Harry B. 

Lombard, Mrs. 

Lombard, Rosamond and George 

Lyman, Ruth and Lydia 

McLain, Mrs. 

MacPherson, Mrs. P. E. 

Mann, Mrs. Alexander 
Markune, Anna 

Marlboro Junior High School, Class B 

Martin, Mrs. A. B. 

Matton, Miss Margery 

May, Mr. M. J. 

Milton Bradley Company 

Monks, Mrs. Osborn 

Morrisey, Mrs. 

Morse, Mrs. Robert 

Mosely, Mrs. F. R. 

Mothers' Club, Franklin 

Munroe, Mrs. Theodore Barrett 

Newman, Miss Cordelia 

Nichols, M. E. 

Noonan, Misses Mary and Eleanor 

Norfolk Federated Social Service 

Northern Junior H. S., Somerville 

"Not a Miss Club" 

Noyes, Miss Jean 

Parkman, Mrs. Harry 

Philithea Class,Whitman Cong. Church 



Phillips, Mr. George W. 

Phillips, Mrs. J. C. 

Reynolds, Miss G. M. 

Richards, Mrs. 

Robinson, Mrs. B. A. 

Ross, Rosalie 

Rowe, Mrs. 

Russell, Mrs. Rae M. 

St. Mary's Guild, Boston 

St. Michael's Church, Milton 

Saltonstall, Harriet, Bobby, 'Marjory, 
Henry and Caroline 

Sampson, Mrs. L. M. 

Saunders, Miss Audrey 

Schenk, Mrs. Frederick 

Sckloff, Bessie 

Sevenson, J. M. 

Shearer, Mrs. W. L. 

Skinner, Amy F. 

Snelling, Mrs. Rodman Paul 

Sterritt, Miss Edith M. 

Stevens, Louise 

Stevenson, Elizabeth 

Strauss, Mrs. Leon 

Sweet, Mildred C. 
Taylor, Miss M. E. 
Thayer, E. V. R. 

T. M. T. M. Club, Y. M. C. A., Cam- 
bridge 
Tobey, Mrs. George B. 
Tower, Mrs. Russell B. 
Trafford, Miss Ada 
Trinity Neighborhood House 
Viall, Miss Helen 
Wadsworth, Howland Company 
Warren, Mrs. H. T. 
Warren, S. D. 
Weir, Anna S. 
Weymouth, Miss Jennie 
White, Miss H. R. 
White, T. O. 
Whitney, Mrs. Byam 
Winchenbaugh, Geraldine 
Wing, Miss Margaret 
Wolcott. Mrs. S. H. 



Clothing, Knitted Articles, Linen and Blankets 



Mine, Mrs. W. H 

All Round Dickens Club 

American Red Cross 



American Red Cross, Junior Depart- 
ment 
Amsden, Mrs. H. F. 



141 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Bailey, Mrs. J. L. 

Beal, Miss I. G. 

Bennett, Mrs. 

Brophy, Mrs. A. S. 

Bunce, F. H. 

Bunce, Mrs. Henry Lee 

Buttolph, Mrs. 0. S. 

Butts, C.G. 

Calkins, Mrs. A. W. 

Candidates of the Girls' Friendly 

Society 
Caster, Mrs. T. E. 
Caswell, Mrs. William 
Cheerful Givers Club of Boston 
Child, Mrs. Archibald 
Curtis, Mrs. Gardner 
Cutler, Mrs. George 
Davidson, Miss 
Dorchester High School 
Dorchester Lend-a-hand Club 
Falvey, Mrs. C. A. 
Gargan, Mrs. 
Gilbert, M. A. 

Gorham, Mrs. Charles Edward 
Grout, Mrs. Laura 
Harvard Church Emergency Guild 
Haven, Mrs. E. B. 
Haynes, Mrs. John C. 
Higgins, Mrs. Helen 
Hosmer, Miss Mary 
Hunnewell, J. M. 
Hunnewell, Mrs. Henry 
Jackson, Mrs. James, Jr. 
Junior Red Cross 
Kaler, K. W. 
Levey, Mrs. William M. 



Leyden Church, Brookline 
Lombard, Mrs. P. H. 
Lovett, Mrs. C. W. 
McMullen, Mrs. W. P. 
Minen, M. K. 
Monks, Mrs. 
Moore, Mrs. James W. 
Morrisey, Miss Anna 
Moseley, Mrs. F. R. 
Nay, Mrs. George M. 
Patch, Mrs. G. W. 
Peck, Mrs. H. 
Plummer, Miss 
Poole, Mrs. 

Rackerman, Charles L. 
Read, Mrs. J. B. 
Reeve, A. H. 
Rossborough, Mrs. 
Russell, Mrs. H. S. 
Russell, Mrs. R. 
Sattelle, Mrs. 
Schenck, Mrs. J., Jr. 
Scott, Miss Betty 
Sears, Mrs. Richard 
Seeley, Mrs. A. 
Soule, Mrs. Arthur 
Stone, M. B. 
SuffaJ.A. 
Sutton, Mrs. William 
Sylvester, Emma A. 
Taggart, Mrs. Henry 
Terry, Mrs. H. J. 
Tobey, Mrs. G. B. 
Weld, Mrs. C. G. 
White, Mrs. E. 
Youngman, Mrs. W. S. 



Flowers and Plants 



Alcott, Mr. John Pratt 
Ames, Mrs. 
Amory, Mrs. Fred 
Anderson, Judge George W. 
Anderson, Mrs. Larz 
Anderson, Alanzo F. 
Appleton, Mrs. Maybelle 
Appleton, Miss 
Arnold, Mrs. Eunice D. 
Astrella, Mrs. S. R. C. 
Attwood, Mrs. W. I. 
Austin, Mrs. Karmeche 



Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. 
Barstow, Dr. A. T. 
Beal, Mr. Edward G. 
Bennett School, Brighton 
Bigalow, Edward L. 
Blanchard, Mrs. Winslow 
Blumenthal, Mr. Herman 
Bond, Miss 

Bowen, Reverend Clayton 
Boynton, Miss Anna L. 
Bowman, Mrs. A. H. 
Bradbury, Mrs. Frederick T. 



142 



GIFTS 



Bradly,Mr.H. F. 

Bridson, Miss Gertrude 

Brooks, Mr. Edward J. 

Brooks, W. E. 

Brown, Miss Anna E. 

Burk, Stephen G. 

Burns, Mrs. R. 

Burrage, Mr. Albert C. 

Burrage, Mr. Charles D. 

Buzzell, Mr. Edwin H. 

Cartwright, Mr. James 

Chamberlain, Mrs. G. N. 

Child, Mrs. Clara W. 

Claflin, Mrs. Arthur 

Clapp, Lydia 

Clexton, Major Thomas J. 

Codman, Mr. Thomas N. 

Cohasset, St. Steven's Church 

Conley, Henry R. 

Converse, Mrs. C. C. 

Coolidge, Mrs. Harold 

Covel, Miss 

Cox, Governor Channing H. 

Curtis, The Misses 

Curtis, Mrs. Nelson 

Cutter, Mrs. 

Danielson, Mrs. 

Davis, Mrs. Annie K. 

Deerfield Street Garden 

Dewart, Mrs. 

Dietzman School 

Dole, Miss 

Dow, Mr. Benjamin W. 

Downer, Cutler B. 

Drake, Mr. John H. 

Dreyfus, Mr. Carl 

Eaton, Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. 

Edgar, Mrs. William Percy , 

Edson, Mr. Warren A. 

Eldridge Smith School 

Estabrook Estate 

Fessenden, Mr. S. H. 

Firby, Mr. Roswell 

First Universalist Church, Arlington 

Fiske, C. R. 

Fitch, Mrs. Conover 

Floyd, Mrs. Emma J. 

Forbes, Mr. F. F. 

Freeman, Miss Caroline 

Fullerton, Mrs. K. B. 

Furniss, Dr. Maude 

Gadfrey, Miss 



Galloupe, Mr. F. R. 

Garden Children, Washington Aller- 

ton School 
Gardner, Mrs. L. F. 
W. L. Garrison School, Roxbury 
Gates, Mrs. Thomas 
Gordon, Mrs. Bessie 
Gordon, Mrs. L. A. 
Guild, Mr. Clarence J. 
Gwyer, Edgar B. 
Hall, Miss Emily C. 
Hall, Mrs. J. W. 
Hallowell, Miss Hannah 
Hallowell, Mrs. N. Penrose 
Harding, Mrs. 
Hausmann, Mrs. Evalina 
Hickman, Miss M. 
Higgins,Mrs. A. W. 
Higginson, Mrs. 
Hollander, Mr. T. C. 
Howe, Mrs. M. A. DeWolfe 
Jacobs, Mrs. Anna E. 
Jennison, Mrs. Maude 
Jones, Mr. Joseph G. 
Junior Red Cross, Boston 
Junior Red Cross, Lebanon, New 

Hampshire 
Keene, Edward 
Keller, Mr. Carl 
Kieth, Mrs. Hortense M. 
King, Mrs. Henry P. 
Kocy, E. 
Labadini, Helen 
Lidell, Mrs. Edwin S. 
Little, Mrs. David Mason 
Lowell School, Jamaica Plain 
Lunt, Estate of Mr. Frederick 
Lyman, Miss Lydia 
McCay, Mr. Murdo 
McClellan,Mr. James 
McCracken, Miss S. 
McCrackey, Miss Susan E. 
McDougald, Susan A. 
McFarland, Mr. D. L. 
McQuarrie, Gardner 
Manson, Mr. Harold C. 
Manson, Mrs. Flora A. 
Marple, Miss Evalina 
Marsh, Mr. Henry W. 
Marshall, Dr. and Mrs. James 
Marston, Mr. C. W. 
Martin School, Huntington Avenue 



143 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Matters, Miss Louise 

May, Mr. George A. 

Mead, Mrs. Frederick S. 

Merry Sunshine Club, Brighton 

Miller, Mrs. 

Minot School, Dorchester 

Minute Men's Chapter, G. A. R. 

Mitchell, Mrs. 

Mixter,Dr. S.J. 

Moore, Mr. Emery B. 

Morey, Mr. W. E. 

Moseman, Mr. George H. 

Nelson, Mr. John 

Newell, Louise C. 

Newton, Girl Scouts, Troop 7 

Nickerson, L. C. 

Parker, Mrs. 

Patch, Mr. Ralph 

Pergamus Club, Wollaston 

Perkins, Mr. Samuel F. 

Perry, F. Gardner 

Peterson, Mr. R. P. 

Pierce, Mrs. Frances A. 

Powers, Mrs. William 

Primary Department, St. Paul's 

Church, Brookline 
Remick, Mrs. James W. 
Rhodes, Mrs. Frederick 
Richards, Mrs. George G. 
Richardson, Mrs. Frank A. 
Ritchie, Mr. John 
Robart, Mrs. Eunice E. 
Rogers, Mrs. 
Roland, Thomas 
Roome, Mary W. 

St. Paul's Church, Primary Dept. 
St. Stephen's Church 
Saltonstal, Mr. 
Schlesinger, Mrs. M. 
Schmidt, Mrs. 
Schultz, Mrs. W. H. 
Seneill, Mrs. R. 
Sever, Mr. James 



R. G. Shaw School 
Sherwin, Mr. Thomas E. 
Simpson, Miss Katherine P. 
Smith, Miss Eva L. 
Smith, Mrs. Charles 
Snow, Miss Grace 
Soutter, Dr. Robert 
Souza, Mr. 
Stanley, Mr. Edward 
Steadman, Mrs. C. 
Stevens, Miss Ethel L. 
Stewart, Mr. Charles 
Swaim, Miss Helen E. 
Taylor, Francis D. 
Taylor, Mrs. George 
Thomas, Mrs. E. C. 
Thorndike, Miss 
Trask, Mr. Frank E. 
Trumbull, Mr. and Mrs. 
Union Rescue Mission, Boston 
Vaillant, Miss Constance R. 
Vickery, Chester P. 
Vorenberg, Mr. Simon 
Vose, Mr. Richard W. 
Walker, John J. 
Ward, Amy J. 
Ware, E. B. 
Ware, Miss Mary L. 
Waterman, Mrs. Helen F. 
Webster, Mrs. E. S. 
Wells, Miss 

Miss Wheelock's Child's School 
Wheeler, Mrs. H. C. 
Whitcomb, Mr. Frank 
Whitney /Mr. E. N. 
Wilder, Mr. Edward C. 
Williams, Mr. M.S. P. 
Wilson, Reverend C. C. 
Wood, Mr. Harry 
Worthington, Mrs. Emma H. 
Worthley, E. Beatrice 
Wrentham State School 
Young, Mrs. Minnie B. 



Fruits, Jellies and Vegetables 



Allston Camp Fire Girls 
Almy, Mrs. 
Anderson, Mrs. Larz 
Andrew, Mr. John 
Appleton, Miss M. E. 



Appleton, Mr. Saul 
Church of the Disciples 
Coolidge, Mrs. Charles A. 
Crowninshield, Mrs. F. B. 
Dickinson, Miss M. B. 



144 



GIFTS 



Drake and Spooner 

Farm and Garden Association 

Girls' Service Slub, Stow 

Haines, Mrs. George C. 

Mary Hemenway School 

Herman, Miss Louise 

Hillman, Ruth E. 

Holdsworth, Miss Barbara 

Home for Little Wanderers 

Hovey, Mrs. C. 

Jackson, Misses Frances and Kather- 

ine 
Jones, Miss Evelyn 
Junior High School, Arlington 



Kirk, Mrs. E. C. 
Lothrop, Mrs. I. K. 

McCarthy, Mrs. Lewis 
Mellin's Food Company 
Merry Sunshine Club 
Monks, Mrs. 
Richardson, Margaret H. 
Russell, Mrs. Richard 
Saltonstall, Mrs. R. S. 
Signal Lantern Society, C. A. R. 
Slocum, Mrs. 
Sutton, Mrs. William 
Trainor, Miss Mary 
Wolcott, Mrs. S. H. 



Gifts 



Abernethy, M. 
Bell, Louis and Mabel 
Bittenbender, Mr. Stephen 
Boynton, Mrs. Myra 
Chandler Secretarial School 
Chase, Mrs. C. P. 
Clement, Mrs. H. C. 
DeGroat, F. E. 



Girl Scouts, Troup 3, Hyde Park 

Grace Church Children, Medford 

Holland, Miss Lucy 

Holway, E. T. 

Jewish Anti-Tuberculosis Association 

Lawson, Lucie Mitchell 

Rand, Miss Marguerite 

Try Hard Club, West Newton 



Candy 



Baker, E. 

Bassett, Mr. J. Colby 
Becket, Mrs. 
Bodenschatz, Mrs. J. C. 
Cooke, Mrs. J. D. 
Hovey, Elizabeth Chandler 
Jaques, Mrs. Herbert 
Lett, E. Arnold 



Pillsbury, Mrs. William 

Putman, Mrs. 

Putnam, Air. Guy 

Rosenthal, Jane, Barbara and Bob 

Shearer, Mrs. W. L. 

Stockton, Mrs. Philip 

Sutherland, Mrs. 

White, Miss H. R. 



Trinkets 



Cochrane, W. 
Eustis, Mrs. H. H. 
Horrigan, J. A. 



Lowell Street School, Reading 
Quincy, Gertrude K. 



Old Linen 



Baker, E. G. 
Bancroft, Mrs. F. B. 
Douglass, Mrs. R. D. 



Kittredge, Mrs. M. A. 
Murphy, M. 



145 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Surgical Dressings 

Leyden Church, Brookline Plummer, Miss 

Ice Cream 

Boston Council Jewish Women 



Miscellaneous 



Cook, Dr. 

Fuller, Mr. Edward, Shubert Theatre 

Mrs. Halls' Class 

Hyde, Miss Mary E. 

Junior High School, Marlboro, Class B 

Junior League Auxiliary 

Kay, E. 

Lee, Mr. George C. 

Levin, I. Norman 

Lowe, Mrs. Herman 

Lyman, Ruth 

Mellin's Food Company 

Milliken, Dr. W. H. 



Monks, Mrs. George 
North Scituate Girl Scouts 
Prevocational School, Charlestown 
Primary Department, Union Church 

Taunton 
Rhodes, Mrs. F. F. 
Richard, Mr. R. W. 
Schuetzer, G. J. 
Taff, Mrs. William W. 
Temple Israel 
Vocational Schools 
Withington, Mrs. C. F. 
Wood, Mr. C. H. 



Christmas Donations, 1923 



Abbott, Master Tilden, Jr., toys 

Anderson, Eleanor C, scrap books 

Appleton, Miss, filled stockings 

Aubin, Charlotte, scrap books 

Baker, Chester, candy kisses 

Baker, Mrs. E. J., scrap books 

Baptist Church, Wollaston, scrap 
books 

Baron, Bertha, paper dolls 

Beaver Country Day School, The 
Brownies, toys, dolls, scrap books 

Beebe, Betty, scrap books, gifts 

Bell, Mrs. Stoughton, gifts 

Blodgett, Theo., scrap books 

Boston Kiwanis Club, toys 

Boston Safe Deposit & Trust Com- 
pany, toys 

Bradley, Mrs. Henry G., books, toys, 
dolls 

Braintree Chapter O. E. S., toys 

Brault, E. M., scrap books 

Brooks, Mrs. J. H., cards 

Brophy, A. S., jacket, cookies 



Brown Craft Toy Company, toys 
Brownie Scouts of Arlington, scrap 

books 
Butler, Mrs. H. E., scrap books 
Calkins, Mrs. Arthur N., gifts 
Cambridge Hospital Nurses' Alum- 
nae, toys, lolly-pops 
Camp Fire Girls, Georgetown Church, 

dolls, scrap books 
Canton, Universalist Church, Junior 

Guild, scrap books 
Chandler, C. A., toys 
Chandler, F. L., scrap books 
Chandler Secretarial School, toys, 

books, trees 
Chester, Miss Lola E., paper dolls 
Churchill, Anna Q., scrap books 
Clapp, Mrs. G. A., clothing, games 
Clark, Margaret E., gifts 
Clement, Mrs. Horace C, gifts 
Cohen, Lillian, scrap books 
Cole, H. L., paper dolls 
Collins, Miss Alice M., dolls, books 



146 



GIFTS 



Congregational Church, Hyde Park, 

toys, scrap books 
Converse, Mrs. A. M., album, cards 
Copeland, Mrs. E. E., scrap books 
Crain, Miss Gladys, gifts 
Cummings, Miss Evelyn, scrap books 
Curtis, Mrs. Nelson, santa house 

with candy 
Dames of Malta, No. 138, filled 

stockings 
Davidson, Miss, scrap books 
Denton, Miss S. E., cards 
Driscoll, Vera, gifts 
Duo Club, Newton, oranges, games 
Eaton, Lucy and Mary, scrap books 
Ekolela Camp Fire Girls, scrap books, 

dolls 
Ellis, M. H., dolls 
Epworth League of M. E. Church, 

Hanover, dolls 
Epworth, M. E. Church, Cambridge, 

scrap books 
Farrar, A., rag doll 
Faulkner, Miss Fanny, 30 pairs of 

reins, 75 dolls 
Felton, Conway, filled stockings 
First Baptist Church, Cambridge, 

Christian Endeavor, toys 
First Baptist Church, Hyde Park, 

gifts 
First Baptist Church, Melrose, Tri- 

mur Class, toys 
First Church, Somerville, Cheerful 

Letter Com., dolls, cards 
Forget-me-not Circle, Junior King's 

Daughters, dolls 
Fowler, C. M., cards, seals 
Fuller, Edwin Wesley, toys 
Gass, Miss Eva, dolls 
Girls' Club, Christ Church, gifts 
Girl Reserve Department, "Little 

Tots", dolls 
Girl Scouts, Lynn, scrap books 
Girl Scouts, Middleboro, Oak Troop, 

scrap books 
Girl Scouts, Onset, scrap books 
Goldberg, Mrs. S., candy, books 
Goldsmith, Mrs. R. H., oranges, nuts, 

candy 
Good Shepherd Church, S. S. Class, 

scrap books, gifts 
Gorham, Mrs. C. E., clothing, gifts 



Gregerson, Miss H. S., scrap books 

Grew, Miss Ethel and Mr. James H., 
books 

Hale, Faith, Toys 

Hale, Mrs., book 

Hall, Mrs. H. S., ice cream 

Hall, Mrs. John L., book, necklace 

Haroth, Mrs. W. A., gifts 

Heard, Mrs. John, girls' dresses 

High School of Practical Arts, dolls, 
gifts 

Hitchcock Pharmacy, picture papers 

H. J. L. Club, toys, bags 

Hollingsworth, Mrs., rag dolls 

Holmes, Mary, gifts 

Homes, Misses, cards, etc. 

Horton, Mrs. Elizabeth, picture 
papers 

Howard, Miss, dolls 

Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. Eliot, toys, 
games and books 

Hunt, Helen, gifts 

Huntington School, Junior Class, 
toys 

Hutchins, H., books 

Irons, Mrs. Vernie M. J., post card 
houses 

James, Miss Violet, books 

Johns-Manville Company, candy, 
cake, ice cream 

Jones, Miss F. L., scrap books 

Jones, Miss Kathleen, book 

Jones, Mrs. Harry Lee, filled stock- 
ings 

Jones, Mrs. R. W., dolls, children's 
clothing 

Junior Christian Endeavor, West 
Medford, books 

Junior High School, Marlborough, 
Class B, gifts 

Junior Red Cross, Metropolitan Chap- 
ter, candy baskets, books 

Kimball School, Needham, B Divi- 
sion, gifts 

King, Miss Helen S., puzzles 

Kingsbury, Miss Ruth, doll house 
and furniture 

Kirk, Eva Mary, games 

Kirstein, Mr. L. E., games 

Knapp, Mrs. Alexander, toys 

Kootoima Camp Fire Girls, dolls 

Lewis, Mrs. Walter C, dolls 



147 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Litchfield, Miss, rocking horse 
"Little Sunbeams" Club, Newton- 

ville, toys 
Llewellyn, B., gifts 
Lockwood, Rosamond, toys, gifts 
Lothrop, Mrs. Thornton K., apple and 

orange for each child 
Lowell School Industrial Classes, 

Jamaica Plain, large doll 
Lyden Methodist Church, Maiden, 

dolls, toys 
McClintock, Miss, toy gasoline sta- 
tions 
McCool, Miss A., scrap books, paper 

dolls 
McGrath, Mrs. Charles, fruit 
McKay, Miss Margaret, dolls 
McKitterick, Mrs. E. H., toys 
Marion Grammar School, The Gift 

Club, dolls, gifts 
Martin School, tree, candy 
Middle-Essex, Pomona Grange, toys 
Moody, Ruth H., scrap books, puz- 
zles 
Morse School, Cambridge, 7th grade, 

dolls 
Neiley, Alice, scrap books, games 
Neill, Miss Grace G., dolls, gifts 
New England Telephone Company, 

decorated tree 
Florence Nightingale School, Grade 

6, puzzles, scrap books 
Nye, Helen, gifts 
Ocomsei Club, Melrose Highlands, 

scrap books 
Park School Kindergarten, tree, trim- 
mings, toys 
Parker, Maude D., scrap books 
Parker School, Watertown, books 
Parker Street, M. E. Sunday School, 

Dorchester, gifts 
Partello, Mrs. Helen, post card 

houses 
Pease, Laura M., scrap books 
Perry, Mrs. E. E., scrap books 
Phillips School, grades 4 and 6, dolls, 

cats, games 
Pierce, Miss, filled stockings 
Pine Valley School, evergreen, scrap 

books 
Pleasant Street Congregational 
Church, dolls, fruit, gifts 



Preston, Mrs. George M., gifts 
Prince, Miss Marjorie, scrap books, 

toys 
Priscilla Company, games, books 
Prout, Billy, ornaments 
Purdy, Miss Clara, dolls, crayons 
Putnam, Mrs. G. E., candy 
Robinson, Edith, santa and team 
Rolfe, Miss Helen's Kindergarten, 

gifts 
Rose, Mrs. Arthur A., scrap books 
Roxbury Boy's Club, dolls 
Russell, Miss Rae M., games 
St. Michael's Church School, Milton, 

gifts 
Sanderman, Sybil, scrap books, cards 
Saunders, Mrs. Antoine, toys, games 
Sawyer, Mrs., scrap books 
Scale, G. L., toy animals 
Schmidt, S. M., babies' rattles 
Robert G. Shaw School, Room 11, 

trees, trimmings 
Shearer, Mr. and Mrs. W. L., toys, 

dolls 
Shearer, Mrs. W. L., candy 
Eldridge Smith School, gifts 
Smith, Miss Inez M., tree ornaments 
Smith, Mrs. E. E., snap crackers 
Snow, Mrs. A. W., scrap books 
Spraul, Mrs. Frank., filled stockings 
Stanger, Miss M., fruit 
Starbuck, Miss, toy trees 
Stearns, Isabelle, scrap book, doll 
Stephenson, Miss Elizabeth, candy, 

toys 
Stetson, Mrs. Graydon, baby sweaters 
Stickel, Mrs. W. C, rattles 
Gilbert Stuart School, scrap books 
Sunny Side Club, gifts 
Sunshine Club, Wollaston, filled bags 
Suter, Margaret, toys 
Sutherland, Mrs. Mary, candy 
Sutton, Mrs. William, stockings with 

gum drops 
Tatapochon Camp Fire Girls, stock- 
ings, toys 
Taylor, Miss Lois C, magazines 
Thompson School, Dorchester, Room 

109, dolls, candy, scrap books 
Peter Tufts Society, C. A. R., books 
Unitarian Church, Newton Centre, 
scrap books, games 



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GIFTS 



Vaughn, Mrs. H. G., basket of apples 

Viall, Helen, doll 

Wah-Wah-Taysee Camp Fire Girls, 

stockings, toys 
Warren, Mrs. S. D., evergreen 
Weber, E. M., scrap books 
Weeks, Miss L. G., toys 
Weld, Mrs. A. Winsor, trees 
Western, Mr., gifts 
West Roxbury Congregational Church, 

scrap books, dolls 
White, Miss Harriet R., candy 
Whitman, Nancy, scrap books 
Whitman, Rose, scrap books 
Whittier, Mrs. H. B., Christmas 

elephant 
Francis E. Willard, Jr. School, toys 



Francis Willard Settlement House, 
N. N. B. Club, dolls 

Wilson, Mrs. R. L., dolls, toys, scrap 
books 

Winter Hill Universalist Church, 
Mission Circle, quilt 

Womens' Cosmopolitan Club of Bos- 
ton, gifts 

Women's Relief Corps, Child Wel- 
fare, toys, candy, jelly 

Woods, Mrs. Geneva M., books, 
pictures 

Woods, H. A., balloons 

Woodworth, Mr. E. G., story books 

Wragg, Mrs. C. K., gifts 

Young, Mrs. B. Loring, gifts 



Go-carts, Wheel Chairs, Etc. 



Friendly Folks 

Brookline Thimble Club 

Do Thy Little Circle, King's Daugh- 
ters 

Pauline Tobey 

New Century Club, Needham 

Sisters Who Visit the Sick, Inc. 

League of Jewish Women's Organi- 
zations 

Mrs. Adler 

Mrs. George A. Hall 

Sunshine Club, wheel chair 

Helen Lincoln Ware Green, wheel 
chair 

Julia Ward Howe, go-cart 

Charles R. Edwards, go-cart 



Johanna Aspinwall Chapter D.A.R.» 

go-cart 
Women's Italian Club, two go-carts 
In memory of Mrs. Williams, go-cart 
The Swedish Women of Greater Boston 
The Waltham Women's Club, two 

go-carts 
Kermit Harlowe, go-cart 
Harvard Kings Daughters 
Orthodox Cong. Church, Arlington 
Not-a-Miss Club 
Alvin Ludwig 

The Play House Club, Duxbury 
Mr. and Mrs. Norreys Jephson 

O'Conor, books and name plate in 

memory of daughter, Morra 



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Gifts to The Children's Hospital 

1923 

From the Managers of the Convalescent Home 



Bibs 300 

Blouses 100 

Diapers 3000 

Drawers 100 

Night Dresses 400 

Pillow slips, children's 600 

Pillow slips, babies' 50 

Red jackets 300 

Sheets, children's 700 

Sheets, babies' 100 

Sheets, draw 600 

Shirts, flannel 400 

Spreads, children's 300 

Towels, bath 306 

Towels, children's 1000 

Towels, Dressing 400 

Trousers, Khaki 60 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

WELLESLEY HILLS 




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President 
Mrs. George H. Monks 



Vice-President 
Miss Mary B. Lothrop 



Honorary Vice-President 
Mrs. Horatio G. Curtis 



Treasurer 
Mr. Samuel H. Hooper 



Assistant Treasurer 
Mrs. I. McD. Garfield 



Secretary 
Mrs. Robert Amory 



Managers 



Mrs. Edwin F. Atkins, Jr. 
Mrs. George P. Denny 
Mrs. John L. Hall 
Mrs. Henry S. Hunnewell 
Miss Elizabeth Linzee 
Mrs. Edward Reynolds 



Mrs. William E. Stanwood 
Mrs. Frederick W. Thayer 
Mrs. A. Winsor Weld 
Miss Mary Weld 
Mrs. Stephen M. Weld 
Mrs. Alexander Whiteside 



List of Helpers 



Mrs. Charles B. Amory 

Mrs. Robert Andrews 

Mrs. L. D. Beal 

Mrs. Alanson Bigelow 

Miss Mary E. Bradlee 

Miss Sarah F. Bradlee 

Mrs. Henry Brooks 

Mrs. Lincoln F. Brigham 

Mrs. John C. Cobb 

Miss Alice R. Cole 

Mrs. Algernon Coolidge 

Miss Anna W. Cutler 

Miss E. Dalton 

Mrs. Robert W. Emmons, 2nd 

Mrs. William Endicott 



Mrs. William Farnsworth 

Marchesa Ferrante di Ruffano 

Mrs. Gilchrist 

Miss A. D. Hooper 

Miss Mary Hunnewell 

Mrs. W. S. Lothrop 

Miss Mack 

Mrs. Henry G. Nichols 

Mrs. Frederick Parker 

Miss Ellen P. Rice 

Mrs. S. Parkman Shaw 

Mrs. S. Parkman Shaw, Jr. 

Mrs. Walter K. Sturgis 

Mrs. John E. Thayer 

Mrs. C. Minot Weld 



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The Convalescent Home 

of 

The Children's Hospital 

Wellesley Hills 



THE managers of The Convalescent Home of The Children's 
Hospital present to the public their thirty-ninth annual 
report. 

The number of children treated during the year was 414, 
of whom 58 paid in full, 59 paid in part, and 297 received free 
care. Every known precaution has been taken to eliminate 
the breaking out of contagious diseases, but with the Home's 
limited capacity for quarantine, a certain amount of contagion 
is unavoidable. The ideal solution would be a separate building 
where children coming from the hospital could be isolated 
before entering the wards with other patients, but the present 
financial standing of the Home is very poor and far from enter- 
taining any such project, the problem of meeting running 
expenses with the increasing demands of modern surgery and 
hygiene is a very difficult one. 

The Home is under the charge of the medical staff of the 
hospital, and Dr. Bowers of Newton Highlands has kindly 
consented to visit every week and to answer emergency calls. 

Miss Guillod continues at her post of Head Nurse, and with 
able assistants maintains a high order of excellence at the Home. 
The new kindergarten teacher is accomplishing good results, 
the sun parlor supplemented by an Alpine Lamp is helping 
tuberculous joints, and a valuable gift of a complete dental 
equipment has greatly facilitated the work of that department; 
121 cases have been treated during the year. A sterilizer for 
washing dishes and an electric clothes-washer have been in- 
stalled. 

Two resignations of managers, those of Mrs. Cutler and Mrs. 
Mixter, have been received with deep regret. Each week 
during the winter the managers with a valuable corps of helpers 
meet at the Nurses' Home, under the skilled direction of Mrs. 

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F. W. Thayer, and cut out hundreds of sheets, towels and 
articles of clothing for both Hospital and Home. 8710 articles 
have been distributed to be made up by poor women and 
benevolent sewing societies. 

The Convalescent Home and the Infants' Hospital have 
associated themselves with the Household Nursing Association, 
with the object of training young girls for domestic nurse-maids. 
Each girl spends seven months at the Home and it is hoped that 
the training will be of mutual benefit, but as the scheme is still 
in the experimental stage no definite report can be given. 

The Home has no financial connection with the Hospital 
and the managers are grateful to the Hospital Welfare Committee 
for its continued interest and generous help. 

Memorial Tablets have been given and other legacies and 
donations have been received, but there is a great need of more 
annual subscribers and a more wide-spread knowledge of the 
work, which is certainly deserving of all the help that the 
friends of little children will bestow. 

(Signed) MARY B. HUNNEWELL, 

Secretary pro tern. 

December, 1923. 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

300 LONGWOOD AVENUE, BOSTON 



The Out-Patient Clinics are held as follows: 

Medical . . . . . Every morning, 8.30, by appointment. 

Medical Clinic Branches: 

Neurological .... New cases every morning, 8.30 — 10.30 a.m. 

Old cases — Monday, Wednesday and 
Friday, 8.30 — 10.30 a.m. 

Anaphylaxis .... Thursday p.m., by appointment. 

Luetic Friday, 9.00 — 10.30 a.m. 

Heart Tuesday, 9.00 — 10.30 a.m. 

Nutrition Thursday p.m., by appointment. 

Tuberculosis .... Thursday p.m., by appointment. 

Surgicai Every morning, 8.30 — 10.30 a.m. 

Surgical Clinic Branches: 

Physiotheraphy . -. . Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9.00 — 

10.30 A.M. 

Speech Clinic .... Monday and Friday, at 11 a.m. 

Orthopedic Every morning, 8.30 — 10.30 a.m. 

Orthopedic Clinic Branch: 

Physiotheraphy . . . Monday and Wednesday, 8.30 — 10.30 a.m. 

Neurological .... Refer to Medical. 

Throat Monday and Wednesday, 2.00 — 3.30 p.m. 

Dental Tuesday and Thursday, 9.00 — 10.30 a.m. 

The Dental Clinic is only for cases transferred by the Doctor in charge of 
other Clinics. 

Scoliosis New cases, Tuesday, 2.00 — 4.00 p.m. 

Old cases, Thursday, 2.00 — 4.00 p.m. 
Saturday, 9.00 — 12.00 a.m. 

Clinic for Muscle Training in 

Paralytic Cases . . . Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 2.00 — 

4.00 P.M. 

Infantile Paralysis . . . Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 9.00 — 

10.30 a.m. 

Gynecological .... Tuesday, 2.00 — 4.00 p.m. 
No Clinics on Sundays or Holidays. 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

BOSTON, MASS. 



FIFTY-SIXTH 

ANNUAL REPORT 

FOR THE YEAR 1924 



Forms of Bequest 

I give, devise, and bequeath to The 
Children's Hospital, in the City of 
Boston, and Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts, incorporated in the year 1869, 
the sum of 



I give, devise, and bequeath to The 
Convalescent Home of The Chil- 
dren's Hospital, in the City of Boston, 
and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
which was incorporated in the year 1884, 
the sum of 



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BOSTON 



Its Service to the Community 

IT extends to children, not over twelve years of age, 
medical and surgical treatment, without regard to sex, 
creed, race or color. 

Maintains in its general wards 165 beds. In these beds, 
5,004 children were cared for in 1924. 

In its Out-Patient Department there were treated in 
1924, 14,386 new cases, with a total of 57,693 visits. 

Through its Social Service Department, 4,451 outside 
visits were made in following up cases discharged from the 
Hospital. 

It conducts a School of Nursing which has an enroll- 
ment of 120 pupils. This school graduates 25 competent 
nurses trained in the care of children each year. 

Prospective physicians and surgeons are taught and 
trained each year in the special branches of medicine and 
surgery relating to children. 

It maintains clinics for special groups of diseases, and 
the correction of faulty postures and deformities. 

Infants and children are vaccinated against Small Pox. 
They are protected from Diphtheria. 

It aims to keep children well through its Well Baby 
Clinic, its Nutrition Clinic and its clinic for Rickets. 

Through its Appointment System in the Out-Patient 
Department, it saves mothers from waiting, lessens the 
danger from infection and renders better medical care. 

Forty-six rooms are available for Private Patients 
wherein accommodations for mothers can be secured. 




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BOSTON, MASS. 



FOR THE YEAR 
1924 



In the year 1924, the total cost of operating the 

Hospital was ...... $355,331.98 

The Hospital receipts from patients were . . 199,929.47 



Leaving an operating deficit of 
Income from Invested Funds and Miscellaneous 
Income was ..... 

Leaving a net amount of . 

Received from public subscriptions . 



155,402.51 

52,138.75 

103,263.76 
100,606.96 



Leaving a net deficit for the year . . . $2,656.80 

The financial problem of the Hospital is always solved by 
the public when the latter becomes really alive to the needs of 
the institution. The fact remains that there has been a falling 
off each year since 1922 in the number of individual subscrip- 
tions, so it is necessary zealously to urge subscribers in the past 
to continue their support. 

The ever-growing demands on the facilities of the Hospital 
would indicate that to end the year without a deficit, subscrip- 
tions from the public should aggregate at least $117,000. 

A form of subscription is hereto attached. 

S. H. Wolcott, Treasurer. 




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c/o State Street Trust Co., or 

P. O. Box 2176, Boston 



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as a subscription 



I enclose $100.00 towards one Subscription Bed in The 
Children's Hospital. 

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FIFTY-SIXTH 
ANNUAL REPORT 



OF 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

BOSTON, MASS. 



FOR THE YEAR 
1924 



BOSTON 

GEORGE H. DEAN CO. 

74 INDIA STREET 

1925 



Contents 



PAGE 

Officers of The Children's Hospital, 1925 7 

Report of the President 15 

The Private Ward 17 

Report of the Treasurer 19 

Legacies and Special Donations 23 

Subscription Beds 28 

Memorial Beds 29 

Donations and Subscriptions 34 

Report of Welfare Committee 59 

Report of the Medical Staff ,64 

Medical Department 66 

Surgical Department 79 

Orthopedic Department 99 

Special Clinic for Muscle Training of Paralysis in 

Department of Physical Therapeutics 115 

Harvard Infantile Paralysis Commission 117 

Throat Department 118 

Laboratory Department 123 

Gynecological Department 126 

Dental Department 127 

X-Ray Department 128 

Social Service Department 130 

School of Nursing 134 

List of Former House Officers 137 

Gifts to The Children's Hospital 140 

Gifts to The Children's Hospital from the Managers of The Convalescent 

Home 153 

The Convalescent Home of The Children's Hospital, Wellesley Hills . 157 



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Officers of The Children's Hospital 

1925 



President 
GEORGE P. GARDNER 

Vice-President 
Henry Wheeler 

Treasurer Assistant Treasurer 

S. H. Wolcott Robert W. Seymour 

33 State Street, Boston 70 Franklin Street, Boston 

Secretary 

George von L. Meyer 
89 State Street, Boston 

Finance Committee 

Gordon Abbott William Endicott 

George P. Gardner J. A. Lowell Blake 

Executive Committee 

Gordon Abbott S. H. Wolcott 

William H. Seabury George P. Gardner 

F. Murray Forbes Arthur G. Rotch 

* J. A. L. Blake 

Counsel for the Corporation 

Messrs. Warren, Garfield, Whiteside and Lamson 
28 State Street, Boston 



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Board of Managers 



George P. Gardner December i, 1885 

Gordon Abbott December 28, 1896 

Henry Wheeler January 11, 1898 

Robert W. Emmons, 2d January 13, 1903 

William H. Seabury January 13, 1903 

William Endicott January 12, 1904 

J. A. Lowell Blake December 12, 191 1 

Alexander Whiteside November 10, 1914 

Dudley L. Pickman, Jr April 13, 1915 

S. H. Wolcott April 13, 1915 

George von L. Meyer May 20, 1915 

Philip S. Sears January 26, 1916 

Frank W. Stearns January 26, 1916 

F. Murray Forbes March 19, 1918 

Mrs. George H. Monks February 23, 1921 

Mrs. Frederick S. Mead February 23, 1921 

James J. Phelan February 23, 1921 

Louis E. Kirstein February 23, 1921 

G. Peabody Gardner, Jr February 23, 1921 

Robert F. Herrick, Jr February 23, 1921 

S. Parker Bremer April 18, 1922 

William Arthur Dupee April 18, 1922 

Pliny Jewell October 16, 1922 

Mrs. Wm. W. Caswell February 28, 1923 

Philip Stockton February 28, 1923 

Henry W. Palmer February 28, 1923 

Robert W. Seymour February 28, 1923 

Arthur G. Rotch February 28, 1923 

John W. Hallowell May 26, 1924 



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Medical Officers 



-Consulting Staff 

E. H. Bradford, M.D. F. G. Balch, M.D. 

F. B. Mallory, M.D. L. M. S. Miner, M.D., D.M.D. 
Abner Post, M.D. J. J. Thomas, M.D. 

John Lovett Morse, M.D. D. Harold Walker, M.D. 

Maynard Ladd, M.D. W. W. Howell, M.D. 

D. Crosby Greene, M.D. 



Active Staff 

Visiting Surgeon Visiting Physiologist 

James S. Stone, M.D. Walter B. Cannon, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeon Visiting Pathologist 

Robert B. Osgood, M.D. S. B. Wolbach, M.D. 

Visiting Physician Visiting Bacteriologist 

Kenneth D. Blackfan, M.D. Hans Zinsser, M.D. 

Visiting Pharmacologist Neurologist 

Reid Hunt, M.D. Bronson Crothers, M.D. 

Visiting Chemist Surgeon in Diseases of Throat 

Otto Folin, M.D. Lyman G. Richards, M.D. 

Associate Staff 

Medical Department 

Associate Physicians 
Richard M. Smith, M.D. James L. Gamble, M.D. 

Assistant Physicians 

Philip H. Sylvester, M.D. Hyman Green, M.D. 

Edwin T. Wyman, M.D. Harold C. Stuart, M.D. 

Lewis W. Hill, M.D. Bengh Hamilton, M.D. 

Paul W. Emerson, M.D. Gerald N. Hoeffel, M.D. 

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Clinical Assistant Physicians 

Eliot Hubbard, Jr., M.D. E. B. Fitzgerald, M.D. 

Morris T. Briggs, M.D. Paul Withington, M.D. 

C. Marian Putnam, M.D. L. W. McKenzie, M.D. 

Warren Sisson, M.D. Max Tennis, M.D. 

Nathan Gorin, M.D. Maxwell E. MacDonald, M.D. 

S. R. Weiner, M.D. 

Surgical Department 

Associate Surgeon 
William E. Ladd, M.D. 

Assistant Surgeons 
Charles G. Mixter, M.D. George D. Cutler, M.D. 

Junior Assistant Surgeon 
Thomas H. Lanman, M.D. 

Clinical Assistant Surgeon 
Augustus Thorndike, Jr., M,D. 

Orthopedic Department 

Associate Surgeon 
Robert Soutter, M.D. 

Assistant Surgeons 

Arthur T. Legg, M.D. Henry J. Fitzsimmons, M.D. 

James W. Sever, M.D. Frank R. Ober, M.D. 

Junior Assistant Surgeons 

A. H. Brewster, M.D. Joseph H. Shortell, M.D. 

W. F. Cotting, M.D. Seth M. Fitchet, M.D. 

Clinical Assistant 
Gerald N. Hoeffel, M.D. 

Throat Department 

Assistant Surgeon 
E. A. Meserve, M.D. 

Junior Assistant Surgeons 
Samuel Cline, M.D. Charles H. Merrill, M.D. 

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MEDICAL OFFICERS 

Dental Department 

Oral Surgeon Assistant Oral Surgeon 

Fred R. Blumenthal, D.M.D. Philip I. Johnson, D.M.D. 

R. Lawrence Smith, D.M.D. 

Special Departments 



Gynecologist 
Henry T. Hutchins, M.D. 

Ophthalm ologist 
George S. Derby, M.D. 



A naesthetist 
Freeman Allen, M.D. 



Roentgenologist 
Charles Leibman, M.D. 

Assistant Ophthalmologist 

E. B. Goodall, M.D. 
R. A. Hatch, M.D. 
Robert C. Cheney, M.D. 

Assistant Pathologist 
Lawrence W. Smith, M.D. 



Assistant Bacteriologists 
C. G. Smith, A.B. L. E. L. Dunn, A.B. 



Resident Staff 

Superintendent 
Miss Ida C. Smith, R.N. 

Director, School of Nursing 
Miss Mary L. Wakefield, R.N. 



Assistant Superintendent 
Miss Pauline C. Jefferson, R.N. 

Supervisor, Out-Patient Department 
Miss Elizabeth P. Evarts, R.N. 

Resident Physicians 

Charles F. McKhann, M.D. 
Winthrop Phellps, M.D. 

Assistant Resident Physician 
Joseph A. Johnston, M.D. 



Assistant Director, School of Nursing 
Miss Mary Burgess, R.N. 

Supervisor, Private Ward 
Miss Elizabeth Morris, R.N. 

Resident Pathologist 

GUSTAV WlLENS, M.D. 



House Surgeons 

James F. Gallo, M.D. 
Joseph C. Merriam, M.D. 
Fred C. Hunt, M.D. 
Joseph P. Derby, M.D. 
Ernest J. Radcliff, M.D. 
Monroe Sutter, M.D. 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Admitting Officer, 0. P. D. Director of Social Service Department 

Miss Priscilla Hedley Miss Mabel Wilson 

Director of Clinic for Paralytic Cases Director of Speech Clinic 

Miss Mary Trainor Mrs. Emma G. Tunnicliffe 

Assistant Anaesthetist Director of Physical Therapeutics 

Miss Ethel Leslie, R.N. Miss Janet B. Merrill 



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THE year 1924 has been for The Children's Hospital a 
period of ever-increasing activity, due not only to the 
ever-growing number of children brought to it for 
treatment but to the necessity of keeping pace with the most 
modern methods which are ever changing. 

Year after year, new and interesting changes, which have 
an important bearing on the present and future activities of 
the 'Hospital are taking place. Specific cures for the treat- 
ment of many diseases, formerly incurable, are being dis- 
covered; special diagnostic methods requiring special training 
are being used; infant welfare and child health clinics are being 
developed; actual bedside teaching under the direction of 
well-trained physicians takes the place of lectures. Well- 
equipped laboratories for the special study of disease are 
regarded as a necessary part of every modern hospital and these 
the Hospital has. 

To meet the growth, more room has had to be found for 
the Medical Out-Patient Department, for the Throat Ward, 
and for the records of the cases. A careful rearrangement of 
space has accomplished this. 

For the improvement of the constantly growing Medical 
Out-Patient Clinic it was found advisable to try a system of 
giving each patient an appointment for examination on a cer- 
tain day and at a certain hour. This most difficult experiment 
is working out well and is proving a great blessing to the parents 
of the children. 

Inevitably, the work of the Out-Patient Department has 
led to the establishment of a Well-Baby Clinic where mothers 
can come to learn how to keep their babies well. In this, The 
Children's Hospital is working in conjunction with the Com- 
munity Health Association. 

With the growth of the work the problem of housing nurses, 
house officers and employees has become exceedingly acute. 
It has been partly met by moving some of the graduate nurses 
and house officers into the remodelled houses on Longwood 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Avenue which were purchased last year. This, however, does 
not meet all the needs of the Training School, and the necessity 
of a new Nurses' Home in the early future becomes clearly 
more apparent. The children must have nurses and the 
nurses must have quarters near the children, and such quarters 
are essential to the maintenance of the nursing standard long 
ago set by the Hospital's school now so ably directed by Miss 
Wakefield. 

To the work of the ladies of the Welfare Committee is due 
the ever-increasing knowledge in the community of the work 
and of the aims of the Hospital. This Committee each year 
becomes an always more important factor in the life of the 
institution. 

Volunteers, too, have performed valuable service. Under 
the leadership of Miss Fessenden, many young women have 
given their time and strength wherever it has been wanted in 
wards or clinics, and under Mrs. Bacon another group has been 
busy in turning out the surgical dressings needed in such large 
quantities. 

The Convalescent Home has supplemented the work of the 
Hospital by caring for children on the road to recovery. This 
is esssenial in achieving the best results, and the community is 
much indebted to the ladies who for many years have had the 
responsibility of directing and financing this indispensable 
work. 

It is impossible to enumerate all the special gifts but men- 
tion should be made of the sale at Jay's and the successful 
Gymkhana, while Mrs. Edgar Wrightington has equipped a 
room for the administration of serums and added lavatories to 
most of the Wards, and another friend has caused to be en- 
closed with glass the outdoor passageway to the Infants' 
Hospital. It would be well if all passageways could be so 
enclosed. 

The Infants' Hospital, now under the management of The 
Children's Hospital, makes its own report, but the same can 
be said of it as of The Children's Hospital as to the ever- 
increasing scope of its work. 

In the administration of both of these Hospitals, Miss 
Smith has shown rare capacity. From all who come in con- 
tact with her, whether patients or workers, she receives respect, 
admiration and gratitude. 

George P. Gardner, President. 
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The Private Ward 



THE Private Ward is being found increasingly useful and 
necessary. It makes it possible for the doctors to do 
with greater efficiency their hospital work and some of 
their private work under the same roof. And it gives to 
those to whom the general wards are not open, the special 
facilities and the trained care only to be found in a hospital 
devoted to the care of children. 

During the year 1924, 1,138 children were admitted and 832 
operations were performed. 




ONE OF THE BEDROOMS 

We quote below the rates for the rooms in this ward: 

Single room, #6 a day to #13.50 a day. 

The highest price including a bathroom. 

No extra charge is made for the parent or other adult 

occupying the same room with child. 
There is a pleasant private dining room where parents 

may get their meals at moderate prices. 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

TWO ROOMS AND BATH, #13.50 A DAY TO $2$ A DAY. 

This price includes meals for the parent in charge of the 
child. 

Semi-private rooms at #5 a day. 

The above prices include ordinary drugs and services of the 
floor nurse. 

The Hospital Staff is always anxious to co-operate with the 
family physician. 



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Report of the Treasurer 



Statement of Income and Expense for the year 
Ended December 31, 1924. 

Income: 

Hospital earnings and miscellaneous income $199,929.47 

Income from securities 41,976.05 

Subscriptions and donations 79, x 59-96 

Subscriptions through Welfare Committee (net) .... 21,447.00 

Miscellaneous income (estates, etc.) 10,162.70 

Total income $352,675.18 

Expenses: 

Hospital expenses, net (see following schedule) $339,827.84 

Insurance 2,422.35 

Corporation expense 7,5 J 3 -56 

Interest expense 3,300.00 

Taxes 1,232.53 

Miscellaneous expense 1,035.70 

Total expense 355,331-98 

Excess of expense over income, charged to general fund . . $2,656.80 

Schedule of Hospital Expenses 

(Including Expenses of Infants' Hospital) 

Regular Hospital Payroll: 

Administrative, including Bookkeeping Staff . $15,086.08 

Professional Care, Direct 

(Nurses, ward employees, orderlies, muscle 
trainers, pathological, pharmacy and X-Ray 
workers, etc.) 77,395-54 

Auxiliary Workers 

(Clerical, culinary, laundry, care of grounds 

and buildings, and miscellaneous workers) . . 88,177.97 

$180,659.59 



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Other Expenses at Hospital; 

Food ^ $80,434.53 

Clothing, dry goods and small wares .... 936.85 
Furnishings and housekeeping supplies . . . 11,638.17 
Medical and general care (including compensa- 
tions of special nurses amounting to $1,960.20) 50,160.90 

Office expenses, travel, etc 15,674.85 

Heat, light, and power 59,5 17.67 

Repairs and upkeep 7,646.97 

Automobile expense 232.57 $226,242.51 



Total hospital expenses, both hospitals $406,902.10 

Less reimbursement from Infants' Hospital .... 67,074.26 

Net hospital expenses, The Children's Hospital . . . $339,827.84 



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THE TREASURER 



Balance Sheet as of December 31, 1924 

Assets 

Current Assets: 

Cash in bank, treasurer's account .... $28,433.36 
Superintendent's working fund 3,000.00 

S3i,433-36 

Accounts receivable at hospital 13,841.67 

Due from Infants' Hospital 3,262.29 

Accrued income on securities 4,714.50 

Insurance prepaid 2,685.63 

55,937-45 

Plant and Equipment: 

Hospital buildings . $1,027,793.67 

Hospital equipment 81,550.41 

Nurses' Home 241,202.14 

Sundry adjacent real estate (used as dormi- 
tories) 60,322.84 

Site for new Nurses' Home 47,608.30 

i,458,477-36 

Investment Securities: 

General fund investments $236,585.52 

Restricted fund investments 773,926.19 

1,010,511.71 

Other Investment Property: 
.Real estate (undivided interest) 63,119.39 

Total assets $2,588,045.91 

Liabilities and Capital 
Liabilities: 

Accounts payable (December current bills) $22,071.31 

Mortgage payable 60,000.00 

Convalescent Home (unpaid balance of Welfare Committee 

receipts) 400.00 

Total Liabilities $82,471.31 

Capital: 

General fund $1,740,005.90 

Restricted investment funds (see page 24) . . 765,241.70 

Temporary Special Funds: 

Special purpose gifts (unused balance in hands 

of Treasurer) 102.00 

Donations not to be used until 1925 . . . 225.00 

Total Capital 2,505,574.60 

Total Liabilities and Capital $2,588,045.91 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Auditors Certificate 

As a result of an audit of the books and records of The Children's Hospital 
for the year 1924, I hereby certify that all cash shown to have been received 
has been accounted for; that satisfactory evidence of the approval and pay- 
ment of all disbursements has been examined; that the balance called for by 
the cash account was on deposit in the several bank accounts or was in the 
offices of the Corporation; that the income earned during the year by invest- 
ments held by the Hospital was properly accounted for; that all securities 
shown by the books were on hand or properly accounted for; that the Balance 
Sheet and Statement of Income and Expense submitted herewith are correct 
transcripts from the books of account, and, in my opinion, correctly set forth 
the financial condition of the Hospital as at December 31, 1924, and the results 
of its operations for the year ended at that date. 

Respectfully submitted, 

PERCY E. GLEASON 

Certified Public Accountant. 



[22] 



Legacies and Gifts for Investment 

1924 



For General Fund 
Legacies 

Estate of 

Alice W. Bancroft $500.00 

Joseph Thompson (add'l) 525-00 

Charles A. Vialle 9,925.00 

Henry M. Peyser (part) 700.00 

Ellen Vose Smith 10,000.00 

Sarah A. Cooke 1,491.79 

John H. Merriam 1,000.00 

David P. Kimball 10,000.00 

Mrs. Edith Whittemore 19942 

Elizabeth Winthrop 2,000.00 

Julia Champlin 4,552.19 

Thomas O. Rogers 20,000.00 

Mrs. Lucy S. Brewer 3,007.60 



,901.00 



For Restricted Investment Funds 

Legacies 

JohnH. Merriam (Margaret A. and John Merriam Fund) . . . $5,000.00 

Gifts 

Mrs. James C Melvin (Mabel Wilbur Fund) 5,000.00 

George C Lee and Sons, in memory of Madeline Lee 5,000.00 



$15,000.00 
(A complete list of restricted investment funds is printed on page 24). 

1231 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Restricted Investment Funds 
December 31, 1924 

Charles Tidd Baker $ 10,606.70 

Alanson Bigelow 5,000.00 

Laura A. Brown 9>957-05 

Helen G. Coburn ' 49,900.50 

Maria F. and Sarah W. Coppenhagen 5,000.00 

Harriet Otis Cruft 20,000.00 

Caroline T. Downes 51,314.00 

Charles H. Draper 23,934.12 

Eliza J. Bell Draper 1,000.00 

Eugene F. Farnham 5,104.06 

Marjorie Forbes 5,000.00 

Robert Millholland Hanna, Jr., Endowment 5,000.00 

William Hilton 4,510.74 

Francis W. Hunnewell Indenture 25,063.35 

George S. Hyde 8,625.88 

Charles P. Jaynes 11,447.00 

Mrs. Jerome Jones 9,935-95 

John D. W. Joy 5,000.00 

Kate Andrea Knowlton 2,245.00 

In memory of Madeline Lee 5,000.00 

Joseph W. Leigh ton 12,000.00 

Maria D. Lockwood Trust 5,109.27 

Jam6s C. Melvin 49,251.25 

James C. Melvin, Jr 5,000.00 

Margaret A. and John Merriam 5,000.00 

Albert H. and Margaret Ann Munsell 21,105.32 

Amy Peabody 50,000.00 

Henrietta M. Pierce 5,000.00 

Adelaide H. Rollins — Splint Fund 1,079.11 

Frank Davidson Rust Memorial No. 1 6,200.00 

Frank Davidson Rust Memorial No. 2 4,000.00 

Elizabeth G. Shepard 3,100.00 

A. Shuman Clothing Fund 1,000.00 

Katharine E. Silsbee 25,000.00 

Harriett W. Taber 2,584.48 

Helen Hallett Thompson 10,363.15 

John Parker Townsend . 3,000.00 

Elizabeth C. Ware 25,304.83 

Elizabeth White 100,000.00 

Mabel Wilbur 5,000.00 

Charles Loring Young 5,000.00 

Unnamed restricted funds 157,500.00 

Total $765,241.70 



[24] 



Other Special Purpose Gifts 

1924 



Through the Treasurer 

Received Expended On Hand 

Mrs. Edgar N. Wrightington, for lavatories and 

treatment room $1,742.58 $1,742.58 .... 

Mrs. Charles E. Mason, for windows, Ward I 

and Infants' wing 428.00 428.00 .... 

Henry Pope, for additional Infantile Paralysis 

equipment 65.00 65.00 .... 

Duxbury C. H. Clubs, for equipment . . . 202.00 100.00 $102.00 

Margaret H. Church, for training school equip- 
ment 350.00 271.99 78.01 

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lowell Blake, for Ortho- 
pedic Department 250.00 250.00 .... 

$3,037.58 $2,857.57 $180.01 



Through the Superintendent 

Fund for Children's Pleasure and for 
Christmas: 

Previous unexpended balance . . $259.78 

Blodgett Ordway & Webber . . $5.00 

Fannie M. Faulkner 5.00 

Nina J. Fletcher 150.00 

Friend (E. S. B.) 5.00 

Mary B. Hunnewell 20.00 

L. A. Kirstein 25.00 

In memory of George Michie . 5.00 

Mrs. Henry B. Nickerson . . . 5.00 

Mrs. Efprahia Sarhani .... 2.00 

Alice A. Thorp 5.00 

Alexander Whiteside (for Nurses) . 20.00 

Marian Bird Wyeth 5.00 

Miss W. (through Dr. J. H. Stev- 
ens) 100.00 

Mrs. B. Loring Young .... 5.00 357-QO 

$616.78 $428.31 $188.47 
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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Henrietta M. Pierce Pleasure Fund: 
Previous unexpended balance . 
Income from fund .... 



A. Shuman Clothing Fund: 
Previous unexpended balance 
Income from fund 



Adelaide H. Rollins Splint Fund: 
Previous unexpended balance 
Income from fund 



Emergency Fund: 
Previous unexpended balance . 

Anonymous $1.00 

Mrs. William Farley .... 15.00 

Hopkinton Public Health Ass'n. . 5.00 
Interest on Special Fund, Bank a/ c 

Dec, 1923-Dec, 1924, incl. . . 20.80 

Mrs. L. G. Kemble 3.00 

Z. L. Kingsdale 5.00 

K. B. C. (Miss Emily Murray, 

President) 15.00 

Mary Lesh (Mrs. J. H.) . . . 300.00 

Mary McGillveray 1.50 

Mrs. Silsby 3.70 

Robert Soutter 1.00 

In memory of Harry H. Stone . . 2.00 

Summer Physiotherapy Course . . 50.00 

In memory of William Thomas . 10.00 



Received Expended On Hand 

$126.01 
225.00 



$351.01 $161.01 $190.00 



$26.10 
40.00 



$66.10 $44.40 $21.70 



>52.9o 
50.00 



$102.90 $100.90 $2.00 



; i6i-45 



433-QO 



$594.45 $320.40 $274.05 



Special Relief Fund: 

Previous unexpended balance . 

Margaret Barus $5.00 

Christ Church (Cambridge) Wom- 
an's Club 25.00 

Dorothy W. S. Coffin .... 2.00 

Mrs. Estelle B. Fish 1.00 

Mrs. H. M. Fleming .... 10.00 

Friend 79.00 

Miss Hersey's School Ass'n . . 50.00 



$126.60 



THE TREASURER 



Junior Endeavor (Union Church, 

Hopedale) i.oo 

Kind Thought Club (Southville) . 2.60 

Mother's Club — Union Congrega- 
tional Church (Weymouth and 

Braintree) 10.00 

Dr. Frederick Ruder .... 10.00 
Mrs. Myrtle Sewall (New Market, 

N. H.) 5.00 

Winship School, Brighton, Grade 8, 

Room 16 50.00 



Received Expended On Hand 



250.60 



$377.20 $269.30 $107.90 



Katharine E. Silsbee Fund: 
Previous unexpended balance 
Income from fund 



52.40 

1,125.00 



$1,607.40 $1,186.46 $420.94 



[27] 



Donations Towards Subscription Beds 

1924 



A donation of #100.00 towards a Subscription Bed gives for 
one year to the donor the right to nominate one person at a time 
to one of such Beds, subject to the rules and regulations of the 
Hospital. 

Alford, Miss Martha A £io° 

Ames, Mrs. John S. and Mrs. Hobart Ames (use of North Easton Dis- 
trict Nursing Committee) ioo 

Anderson, Miss Caroline F 200 

In memory of James H. Anderson, M.D. 
In memory of Caroline Anderson. 

Baylies, Mrs. Walter C 100 

Blake, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lowell 200 

Bremer, Miss Sarah F 100 

Chase, Mrs. Philip A 100 

Duff, Mrs. J. Robertson ... 100 

Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. George P 100 

Gardner, John L 100 

Gardner, William A , 100 

Guild, Henry J 100 

Hunnewell, Mrs. H. S 100 

Hunnewell, James M 100 

Iasigi, Mrs. Oscar 100 

Kidder, Nathaniel T . . 100 

Lothrop, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bacon 100 

Prout, Mr. and Mrs. Henry B . 100 

In memory of Henry Byrd Prout, Jr. 

Saltonstall, Robert 100 

Saltonstall, Mrs. Robert 100 

Sears, Mrs. J. Montgomery 100 

Shaw, Mrs. Quincy A., Jr 100 

Spaulding, John T 100 

Spaulding, William S. 100 

Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Bayard 100 

Williams, Miss E. F. 100 

Woods, H. D 100 

Total $2,900 



[28] 



Gifts to Establish Memorial Beds 

1924 



In memory of Annie T. Auerbach, born Philadelphia, Pa., May 3, 1851, 
died August 1, 1916, Brookline, Mass. 

From legacy under her will $1,000 

Abigail M. Curran, 1924 ■ 

From Mrs. Maurice J. Curran 1,000 

In memory of Mary Devlin, born in Ireland, 183 1 — died at Salem, 1894 

From Devlin Brothers 1,000 

Ellen L. Doe 

From legacy 1,000 

Donated by The Ladies' Dog Club, 1924 

From the Ladies' Dog Club 1,023 

Neurological Bed, 1924, donated through Mary E. Trainor 

From proceeds of mah jong and whist 1,200 

In memory of Charles Henry Pierce 

From Charlotte Pierce 1,000 

Total $7,223 

A complete list of Memorial Beds follows 



[29] 



Memorial Beds 



By a vote of the Corporation. — Any person giving to the corporation at one 
time not less than one thousand dollars has the privilege of affixing a name to 
a bed in the Hospital, subject to the decision of the Managers in each case. 
This permission, however, does not carry with it any right or control over the 
bed named. 



Ward 1, Upper 

Sara P. Lowell Blake 
Florence Cobb Brooks 
Maria F. Coppenhagen 
Sarah W. Coppenhagen 
Florence Dean Curtis 
Jessie Preston Draper 
Rosamond Freeman 
Margaret Constance Ellis 
Alice M. C. Matthews 
Theresa Pierce 



Susan Wells Preston 
Ellen Richards Slater 
Bertha F. Taylor 
Harriet E. P. Wood 
Irene Wood 
Mass. State Federation 

Clubs 
In Memory of Clara 
Elizabeth G. Shepard 
Maria P. Bowen 



of Women's 



Ward 1, Lower 

Clement Hope (Sun Parlor) 

George F. Kimball 

H. Clarence Shapiro 

Sullivan Amory 

Henry A. Turner 

Carrie Elizabeth Tyer (Sun Parlor) 

James Henry Williams 

Robert P. Williams 

Carlos Wilson Bed 

Robert Louis Stevenson 

Dorchester Club Women, 1921 



Dorchester Club Women, 1922 
Boston Section — Council of Jewish 

Women 
Wallace L. Pierce 
Abigail M. Curran 
In Memory of Annie T. Auerbach 
Ellen L. Doe 

The Ladies' Dog Club, 1924 
In Memory of Charles Henry Pierce 
Neurological Bed, 1924, donated 

through Mary E. Trainor 



Ward 2 



Abigail P. Banchor Women of Somerville, 1922 

Charles A. Chapman Francis Welles Hunnewell 

Children of Eliza James Bell Draper Gertrude Gouverneur Hunnewell 
In loving memory of Gail Gorham Lois Dorman Russell 



Whitcomb, May 2, 1920 
Martha Higginson Barbour 
Ruth E. Martin 
The Amaranth Literary Circle 



Chestnut Hill Bed, 1923 
Ralph Hudson Crocker, 19 16 
Willard Smith Curtis, 1920 
Kate Lucy Walsh, Benefactress 



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THE TREASURER 



Ward 4 



Brookline Woman's Club 
Dorothy Quincy Cot 
Kent Pettingill 
Livingston Wadsworth 
Rachel Tower Tarbell 
Wellesley Hills Women's Club 

Bed, 1921 
Brookline Bed, 1923 
Brookline Aid Bed 
In loving memory of Edward 

Jerome Hitchings 
In loving memory of Dorothy 

Winthrop, July 17, 1878-July 

23, 1907 



In loving memory of Charles Dalton, 
April 18, 1905-April 2, 1910 

In loving memory of William Gray, 
May 2, 1906-September 22, 1909 

Donated by the Swedish Women of 
Greater Boston, 1922 

Massachusetts Maine Daughters, Feb- 
ruary, 1922 

Sarah Wyman Whitman-Lily Bed 

In memory of Marjory Forbes 

In memory of Mary Devlin, born in 
Ireland, 183 1, died at Salem, 1894 



Ward 5, Upper 

Julia H. Appleton 
Frances Todd Baldwin 
Harriet M. Billings 
Selina Jarvie Fletcher 
Ellen Maria Pierce 
Mary Ellen Putnam 

July 21, 1882-May 21, 1886 



Sarah Eliza Thatcher 

Louise Julia Tucker 

Sarah Wyman Whitman — Lily Bed 

Margaret Ann Munsell 

Anna Goodwin Tuttle 

Louise Shearer Butler 

Louis Bridgman Memorial Bed 



Ward 5, Lower A 

Ward named in Memory of Elizabeth White 



Ward 5, Lower B 

To the memory of Stephen Wheat- 
land 

In memory of Edward Ellery 
Knowlton 

Frank Seaver Billings Memorial 
Bed 

In loving memory of Hermon John 
Huidekoper 



James C. Melvin, Jr. 

Francis Skinner 

Charles Dickens, 1812-1870 

In memory of Jack Marvin 

Albert H. Munsell 

Charles Loring Young 

Robert Millholland Hanna, Jr. 



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Gifts Towards Children's Hospital Days 

1924 



A donation of #1,000.00 carries with it the privilege of dedi- 
cating the services of the whole Hospital for one day. 



Inscription 

The Elizabeth Cumming Day is named 
in grateful recognition of all that the 
dedication of herself and her art brings 
to the little patients of this Hospital. 
January 6, 1925 



Donor 



Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Abbott $1,000 



The Helen P. Whittington Day is 
named in grateful appreciation of her 
ability and devotion that are making 
the great work of The Children's Hos- 
pital so much more widely known. 

January 19, 1925 



Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Abbott 1,000 



December Sixteenth 
The service of this Hospital is given 
in loving and grateful memory of 
Sister Maria 
Superintendent, 1885-1892 
Who gave unsparingly of her skill and 
devotion to the little patients in this 
Institution she so warmly loved. 

Died at her post — 
December 16th, 1892 



Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Abbott 1,000 



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THE TREASURER 

A donation of #100.00 gives the same privilege for one Ward 
for one day. 

Inscription Donor 

Ward, date and inscription to be 

chosen later. Anonymous $100 

The service of this Ward is given by 
Orient Chapter No. 31, O.E.S. 

In memory of 
Augustus W. and Emma F. A. Mills, 

December 24, 1925 Orient Chapter No. 31, O.E.S. 100 

December Twenty-Fourth 
The service of this Ward is given in 
loving memory of Ruth Faxon Mrs. Henry M. Faxon 100 

January First 
The service of this Ward is given in 
loving memory of 

Isaac Edmondson-Atkinson 

and Mrs. Philip Gardner 50 

Edmondson Atkinson Rice Mrs. John C. Rice 50 



January First 
The service of this Ward is given in 

loving memory of Mrs. Gordon Abbott 200 

Louis McLane Tiffany (For two years, 1924 and 1925) 



[33] 



Donations and Subscriptions 

1924 



Abbot, George .... 


#10.00 


Ames, Oliver 


$250.00 


Abbott, Gordon (See also 




Amory, Mrs. C. W. 


10.00 


Children's Hospital Days) 


1 ,000 . 00 


Amory, George G. . 


100.00 


Abbott, Hall & Co. 


15.00 


Amory, Mrs. Robert 


25.00 


Abraham, Mrs. Bessie S. . 


5.00 


Amory, Mrs. William . 


10.00 


Acacia Chapter No. 80, 




Amsden, Shirley 


1 .00 


0. E. S 


10.00 


Amster, Mrs. N. L. 


25.00 


Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs. 




Anderson, Clayton & Co. 


10.00 


David D 


10.00 


Anderson, Mr. and Mrs 




Adams, Chapman Co. 


10.00 


Larz 


200 . 00 


Adams, Mr. and Mrs. 




Angevine, Jay B. 


5.00 


Charles F 


100.00 


Angier, George M. 


50.00 


Adams, Mrs. Charles H. 


10.00 


Angus, George R. . 


5.00 


A Friend 


5.00 


Anonymous 


50.00 


Adams, Karl .... 


25.00 


Anonymous 


2.00 


Adams, Mrs. Karl . . . 


20.00 


Anonymous — Wakefield 


1 .00 


Adlow, Nathan .... 


5.00 


Anonymous 


5.00 


Agassiz, Rodolphe . 


25.00 


Appleton, Miss Maud E. 


100.00 


Agawam Chapter, No. 121 




Appleton, Samuel . 


50.00 


0. E. S 


5.00 


Apthorp, Mrs. H. 0. . 


5.00 


Agoos Family Charity Fund 


100 . 00 


Aries, Mrs. Emil A. 


2.00 


Alberts, Mrs. I. ... 


10.00 


Aries, Francis 


1 .00 


Albiani, Joseph .... 


2.00 


Arnold, Edmund K. 


15.00 


Alden Speare's Sons Co., 




Aspinwall Lodge, No. 168 




The 


10.00 


K. ofP 


5.00 


Aldrich, Mrs. Charles T. . 


5.00 


Athena Chapter, No. 25 




Aldrich, Mr. and Mrs. 




0. E. S 


5.00 


William T 


100.00 


Athenian Lodge, No. 51 




Alford, Edward B. 


50.00 


K. ofP 


5.00 


Allen, Miss Eleanor W. 


5.00 


Atkinson, Edward W. . 


10.00 


Allen, Hon. Frank G. . 


25.00 


Auerbach, Frederic S. . 


5.00 


Allen, Philip R. . . . 


25.00 


Aurora Chapter, No. 9, 




Almy, William & Co. 


20.00 


E. S 


10.00 


Alpine Lodge, No. 35, K. of 




Austin, James W. . 


10.00 


P 


2.00 


Austin, Mrs. W. H. M. 


5.00 


Alpine Press .... 


5.00 


Avery & Clinkard . 


10.00 


American Trust Co., Em- 




Ayer, Charles F. . . . 


10.00 




31.00 


Ayer, Mrs. James B. 


10.00 


Ames, Chester G. . . . 


1 .00 






Ames, Mrs. F. Lothrop 


100.00 


Bacon, Miss Ellen S. . 


100.00 


Ames, Hobart .... 


100.00 


Anonymous . 


5.00 


Ames, Mrs. J. B. . . . 


25.00 


Badger, Walter I. . 


10.00 




250.00 


Baer, Mr. and Mrs. Louis 


25.00 



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DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Bailen, Samuel L. 
Bailey, Frank O. 
Bailey, Harry L. 
Bailey, Mrs. James A. . 

Bailey's 

Bake, Miss Norma I. 
Baker, Mrs. Benedict J. 
Baker, Mrs. Charles A. 
Baker, Clifton P. . . 
Baker, Mary J. . . . 
Balch, Mrs. Lewis . 
Baldwin, George Storer 
Baldwin, James H. 
Bancroft, Charles G. 
Bancroft, Hugh 
Barber, J. W. Advertisin 

Agency .... 
Barbour, Dr. Thomas . 
Barlow, Charles L. . 
Barnes, Charles B. . 
Barnet, Mrs. Howard Jonas 
Barnet, Mrs. S. J. . 
Barnstead Manufacturing 

Co 

Barrett, Mrs. William E. 
Barron, C. W. . 
Barrows, Miss Cecelia A. 
Bartlett, Mrs. . 
Bartlett, Mrs. Edwin B. 
Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Nel 

son S. .... 

Bartlett, Mrs. Stephen L. 
Bartol, Miss Elizabeth H. 
Bartol, Mrs. John W. . 
Basker, Mrs. S. J. . . 
Batchelder & Snyder Co. 
Bauer, Oscar S. 
Baxter, Mrs. G. P. . . 
Bayley, Mrs. M. R. 
Baylies, Walter C. 
Bay State-Segal Co. 
Beach, Mrs. Edwin H. 
Beal, Boylston A. . 
Beal, Mrs. Boylston A 
Beal, Thomas P. 
Beale, Mrs. Fred U. 
Beals, George C. 
Bedford Woman's 

munity Club 
Beebe, E. Pierson 
Beebe, Mrs. Junius 
Beech, Mrs. H. . 



Com 



gio 


.00 


2 


.00 


50 


.00 


IO 


.00 


25 


.00 


3 


.00 


25 


.00 


3 


.00 


10 


.00 


1 


.00 


10 


.00 


5 


.00 


1 


.00 


100 


.00 


100 


.00 


5 


.00 


So 


.00 


10 


.00 


10 


.00 


IC 


.00 


10 


.00 


10 


00 


25 


00 


100 


00 


5 


00 


1 


00 


10 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


25 


00 


10 


00 


10 


00 


100 


00 


25- 


00 


10. 


00 


100. 


00 


250. 


00 


5- 


00 


25- 


00 


25- 


00 


25, 


00 


IO. 


00 


5- 


00 


25- 


00 


5- 


00 


50. 


00 


25- 


00 


20. 


00 



Belmont Woman's Club 
A. F. B. ... 



B. 



Bemis, Mrs. A. F. . 

Bemis, Frank B. 

Bemis, Miss Leonora 

Benedict, Mrs. Edward 

Benersani, G. 

Benjamin, Edgar P. 

Benner, Miss Maude J. 

Bentley, E. . 

Berger, Mrs. Mary 

Berman, A. . 

Berry, B. M. . . 

Berry, Miss Mabel H 

Berry-Wales Co. 

Beverley, Miss Effie Ruth 

Beverly Lodge, No. 103, 
K. ofP 

Beverly Lodge, No. 1309, 
B. P. O. E. . . . 

Bicknell, Harry V. 

Biddle, Mrs. W. E. . ._ 

Bigelow, Mrs. Albert F. 
Bigelow, Henry Forbes 
Bigelow, Mrs. Henry Forbes 
Bigelow, Kennard & Co. . 
Bigelow, Mrs. Lewis S. 
Billings, Charles O. — In 

memory of Little Tad 
Bindery Women's Union, 
Local No. 56 ... 
Binner, Mrs. Stella E. . 
Binney, Mrs. Horace . 
Bird, Charles S. ... 
Bird, Mrs. Reginald W. . 
Birdsall, A. W. ... 

Black, Arthur .... 
Black Prince Lodge, No. 36, 

K. ofP 

Blake, Mrs. Arthur W. 
Blake, Mrs. Francis 
Blake, Mr. and Mrs. George 

B 

Blake, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. 
Lowell (See also Subscrip- 
tion Beds and Special 
Donations) .... 
Blake Lodge, No. 49, K. of 

P 

Anonymous .... 
Blaney, Mrs. A. S. . . . 
Blank, F. C 



$10.00 

25.00 

25.00 

100.00 

2.00 

50.00 

2 .00 

10.00 

5.00 

25.00 

2.00 

10.00 

1 .00 

1 .00 

5.00 

5.00 

10.00 

25.00 
25.00 
25.00 
10.00 
50.00 
50.00 
10.00 
100.00 

5.00 

10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
100.00 
150.00 
10.00 
25.00 

5.00 
20.00 
20.00 

25.00 



5SO-00 

5.00 
25.00 
10.00 

5.00 



[35] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Bliss, Elmer Jared . . . $50.00 
Bliss, Fabyan & Co., Em- 
ployees 32.50 

Blodget & Co 10.00 

Blodgett, Mrs. Charles W. 100.00 
Blodgett, Edward E. . . 10.00 
Blodgett, Ordway & Web- 
ber 100.00 

Blood, J. B. Co. . . . 50.00 

Bloom, Celia .... 5. 00 
Blue Hill Lodge, No. 114, 

K. ofP 5.00 

Blumenthal, Abraham . . 10.00 
Boardman, Reginald . . 10.00 
Boland, Dr. and Mrs. E. S. 10.00 
Bolles, Miss Dorothy F. . 5 .00 
Bonney, Miss Maria L. . 1 .00 
Boomer, J. Robert . . 4.00 
Boot & Shoe Recorder Pub- 
lishing Co 10.00 

Booth, Ernest .... 5.00 

Boston Carmen's Union 100.00 
Boston Chapter, Order of 

De Molay .... 25.00 

Boston Envelope Co. . . 10.00 
Boston Federal Employees, 

Local No. 25 ... 10.00 

Boston Filter Co. . . . 10.00 

Boston Ice Co 25.00 

Boston Letter Carrier's 
Mutual Benefit Associa- 
tion, The 100.00 

Boston Musicians' Protec- 
tive Association , Local 

No. 9, A. F. of M. . . 10.00 

Anonymous . . . . 25.00 
Boston Rooming House 

Ass'n 5.00 

Boston Schwaben Verein . 10.00 
Boston Wood Carvers' As- 
sociation 25.00 

Bothfeld, Mrs. Anna E. . 25 .00 

Bourne, John S. R. . . 3.00 

Bowden, H. L 50.00 

Bowditch, Miss Cornelia . 10.00 

Bowditch, Edward . . . 15. 00 

Bowen, Benjamin J. . . 5.00 

Bowker, Mrs. J. H. . 1 .00 
B. P. O. E. Lodge, No. 1435 

of Arlington . . . . 10.00 

Bradford, Mrs. Gershom . 20.00 

Bradlee, Arthur T. . . . 100.00 



Bradlee, Frederick J. 
Bradlee, Henry G. . 
Bradlee, Mrs. Reginald 
In memory of Mrs. J. T. B 
Bradley, Mrs. Ralph 
Bradley, Walter H. 
Brandegee, Mrs. Edward D 

Braude, H 

Bremer, S. Parker . 
Brewer, Cyrus & Co. . 
Brewer, Miss Fannie R. 
Brewer, Miss Lucy P. — In 

memory of Charles D 

Brewer .... 
Brigg's, Frank H. 
Briggs, Rosamond Lowell 
Brighthelmstone Club, The 
Brilliant, Samuel & Co. 
Brine, Paul B. . . 

Brookline Morning Club 
Brookline Woman's Club, 

Public Health Committee 

(For Bed) . . 
Brooks, Gorham 
Anonymous 
Brooks, Capt. T. L. 
Brown, Durrell Co. . 
Brown, Miss Elizabeth B 
Brown, George E. . 
Brown, Mrs. Gus 
Brown & Howe . 
Anonymous 
Brown, Miss Susan F. 
Brown, T. Hassall . 
Brown, William H. 
Browne, Alexander S. 
Bruns, Anton M. 
Brush, Horace D. . 
Bryant, Mrs. Lincoln 
Buckley, D. F. . . 
Buff, Miss Alice E. E. 
Bullard, Miss Ellen T. 
Bundy, Mrs. Harvey H. 
Burden, Richard M. . 
Burgess, Mr. and Mrs 

Robert S 

Burnett, Robert M. 
Burnham, Henry D. 
Burnham, Mrs. W. A. . 
Burr, Mr. and Mrs. Allston 
Burr, Heman M. 
Burr, I. Tucker 



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50.00 

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25.00 

5.00 

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10.00 

15.00 

5.00 

25.00 

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50.00 
25.00 

5.00 
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DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Burr, I. Tucker, Jr. 


#10.00 


Burt, Miss Clara M. . . 


5.00 


Bush, Mrs. Charles T. 


20.00 


Buxbaum, J 


10.00 


Buxbaurn, Maurice 


5.00 


Buxbaum, S. Co. 


5.00 


Buzzards Bay C. H. Clubs 


1,777.00 


Byers, Mrs. William 


25.00 


Byng, Mrs. Harry . 


50.00 


Byrnes, Mrs. Z. G. . 


5.00 


Cabot, Mrs. Arthur T. 


100.00 


Cabot, Henry B., Jr. 


15.00 


Cabot, Mrs. Richard C. 


50.00 


Cabot, Mrs. Samuel 


10.00 


Cabot, Mrs. Sewall 


5.00 


Cahill, M. F. . . . 


35.00 


Calhoun, William . 


1 .00 


Call, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. 


10.00 


Callahan, James G. 


2.00 


Cambridge Lodge, No. 839 




B. P. 0. E. . . . 


50.00 


Campion, John H. 


10.00 


Cannell, Miss Nellie E. 


1 .00 


Canton Chapter, No. 132 


> 


0. E. S 


5.00 


Canton Low Co. 


5 .00 


Cape Cod Lodge, No. 128 


> 


K. ofP 


5.00 


Carleton, Mrs. E. B. . 


100.00 


Carpenters District Counci 


1 50.00 


Carpenters Local Union 


» 


No. 275 .... 


25.00 


Carpenters Local Union 


f 


No. 1287 .... 


1 .00 


Carr, Frank A. 


10.00 


Carry On Club 


200.00 


Cary, Miss Georgina S. 


150.00 


Case, Miss Louise W. . 


100.00 


Case, Miss Marian Roby 


15.00 


Central Clothing Co. . 


2.00 


Central Labor Union . 


6.50 


Chamberlain & Co., Inc. 


100.00 


Chandler, Miss Estelle I. 


10.00 


Chandler, Langdon W. 


10.00 


Channing, Walter 


5.00 


Chapin, Horace D. 


25.00 


Charak, William 


10.00 


Chard, Chester 


2.00 


Chard, Mrs. Walter 


25.00 


Charitable Irish Society 


50.00 


Chase & Co. 


25.00 



Chase, F. A. Lodge, No. 89, 

K. ofP 

Chase, James T. ... 
Cheerful Helpers Club of 

Cohasset 

Cheever,Dr.andMrs. David 
Chelsea Aerie No. 439, 

Fraternal Order of Eagles 
Chemung Lodge No. 150, 

K. ofP 

Chequaquett Temple No 

102, Pythian Sisters . 
Children of Dorchester Phy 

sicians .... 
Children of St. Peter's 

Church .... 
Children's Carol Club 

Dorchester 
Choate, Charles F., Jr. 
Church School, Church 

Our Savior 
Church School, Church 

the Good Shepherd . 
Church School of the Wy- 

man Memorial Chapel 
Churchill, C. L. C. . 
Cigarmakers Union No. 92 

of Worcester . 
"C" . . . 
Clark, Mr. and Mrs 

ton 
Clark, Cecil C. . 
Clark, Frederick H. 
Clark, Joseph H. 
Clark, Payson & Co 
Clark, Mrs. Robert Farley 
Clark, Vanderhoff & Little 
Clark, Mrs. William R. . 
Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Her- 
mann F 

Clarke, Marshall-G. . . 
Clearwater, Miss Emilie 
Clifton Literary Club of 

Dorchester .... 
Clinton Women's Club . 

Clio Club 

Cloak & Skirt Makers Union 

Local No. 75 ... 
Clougji, Mr. andMrs. George 

H 

Clough, Mrs. Micajah P. . 
Clute, A. M 



Ather 



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25.00 

5.00 

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50.00 

10.00 

5.00 
100.00 

15.00 

6.00 

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5.00 

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10.00 

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25.00 

10.00 

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3.00 
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25.00 

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Coale, Mrs. George O.G. . 


#20. oo 


Cobb, Mr. and Mrs. Charies 




K 


20.00 


Cochran, Mrs. Edwin P. . 


10.00 


Codman, Miss C. A. 


100.00 


Codman, Edmund D. . 


25.00 




25.00 


Coffin & Burr, Inc. 


50.00 


Coffin, C. A. (In securities) 


300.00 


Cogswell, Charles N. 


5.00 


Cohasset Community Club 




of King's Daughters (For 




Go-Cart) 


35.00 


Cohen, Judge Abraham K. 


10.00 


Cohen, Bernice and Mar- 




jory 


10.00 


Cohen, George .... 


5.00 


Colbv, A. H 


50.00 


Cole, George L. ... 


10.00 


Colonial Club of Marlboro, 




The 


5.00 


Commercial Fruit Co. . 


3.00 


Committee of the Perma- 




nent Charity Fund, In- 




corporated .... 


6,250.00 


Commonwealth Chapter No. 




74, 0. E. S 


10.00 


Comstock, Mrs. Nellie B. . 


5. DO 


Conant, A. B 


25.OO 


Conant, Mrs. William C. . 


25.OO 


Connell & McKone Co. 


5.OO 


Converse, Costello C. . 


500.00 


Conway, John T. . . . 


2.00 


Coolidge, Amory 


IOO.OO 


Coolidge, Prof. Archibald 




Cary 


50.00 


Coolidge, Charles A. 


200 . OO 


Coolidge, Mrs. Francis L. . 


5.00 


Coolidge, Harold J. . 


IOO.OO 


Coolidge, J. Randolph . 


125 .OO 


Coolidge, Mrs. J. Temple- 




man 


IOO.OO 


Coolidge, T. Jefferson . 


IOO.OO 


Coolidge, Mrs. T. J. 


250.OO 


Coonley, Mr. and Mrs. 




Howard 


50.00 


Cooper, Harry D. . 


5.00 


Cooper, J. G. & Co. . 


50.00 


Copley Plaza, The . 


50.00 




IO.OO 


Corwin, Charles R. 


50.00 


Cory, T. K 


IO.OO 



Cotter, James A. 
Cotton, Miss Elizabeth A 
Cotton, John Page 
Couch, William . 
Coulon, Emile F. 
Covel , Borden . 
Cowherd, Mrs. A. S 
Cox, Mrs. William E. 
Coyne, Miss Kathryn F 
Cradle Rock Chapter No 

125,0. E. S 
Cradock Lodge No. 104 

K. of P. . . . 
Craig, Mrs. David R. 
Craighead, Miss M. J. 
Crane Co. 
Crehore, Miss Lucy C. . 
Crescent Chapter, No. 44 

O. E. S 
Crescent Lodge No. 28, In 

dependent Odd Ladies 
Crocker, Mrs. Lyneham 
Croll, Albert Ivins . 
Cronin & Driscoll . 
Crosby, F. J. 
Crosby, Mrs. Nelson B 
Crosby, Mrs. S. V. R. 
Cross, Charles F. Co., Inc 
Crowninshield, Mr. and 

Mrs. F. B. . . . . 
Cumming's, Mr. and Mrs 

Charles M 
Anonymous 



Cunningham, Frederick 
Cunningham, Mrs. Guy 
Cunningham, Henry W. 
Curran, Maurice J. 
Curtis, Allen 
Curtis, Charles P. . 
Curtis & Co. 
Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. 

Jr 

Curtis, Miss Ellen S. . 
Curtis, Mrs. Frank M. 
Curtis, Mrs. Horatio G. 
Curtis, Mrs. John S. 
Curtis, Laurence 
Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Louis 
Curtis, Miss Mary . 
Curtis, Mrs. Nelson, Jr. 
Curtis, Mrs. Richard C. 
Curtis, William Sons Co. 



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DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Cushing, Hon. Grafton D. 
Cushing, Dr. Hayward W 
Cushing, Miss Sarah P. 
Cutter, Mrs. Victor M. 
Cutter, W. H. . . . 



Dabney, George B. 

Dabney, Miss 0. Frederica 

Dach, Mrs. S. . . . 

Dalton, Miss Ellen B. . 

Dalton, H. R. . . . 

Dalton, Philip S. 

Damon, Arthur H. . 

Damon, George E. Co. . 

Dana, Miss Mary Hurd 

Dana, Payson . 

Dana, Samuel L. 

Dane, Mrs. Ernest B. . 

Dane, Dr. and Mrs. John 

Danforth, Albion L. 

Daniels, Mrs. Joseph A. 

Daniels Printing Co. 

Daughters of Maine Club 

Davenport, George H. . 

Davidson, William D. . 

Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Ban- 
croft G. — ;In memory of 
Andrew McFarland Davis 

Davis, Miss Dorothy 

Davis, Mrs. D. P. . 

Davis, Harold S. 

Davis, Mrs. Helen G. 

Davis, Livingston . 

Davis, Maynard A. . 

Davol, Mrs. Stephen B 

Davy, Mrs. H. G. . 

Day, Mrs. . . . 

Day, Miss Ethel G. 

Day, H. B. . . . 

Dean, Charles A. We 
Trust .... 

Dean, James 

Dean, J. Judson 

M. C. D 



Dennett, Carl P. 
Dennie, H. W. . . 
Anonymous . 
Devlin Bros. (See also 

morial Beds) . 
Dewson, George B. 
Dexter, Gordon 
Dillenback, Henry B. 



fare 



Me 



$25.00 
15.00 
10.00 
25.00 
10.00 

10.00 

2.00 

5.00 

20.00 

150.00 

25.00 

2.00 

5.00 

10.00 

10.00 

5.00 

1,100.00 

50.00 

10.00 

3.00 

10.00 

10.00 

50.00 

5.00 



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5.00 

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10.00 

100.00 

5.00 

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5.00 

100.00 

200 . 00 
25.00 

100.00 
25.00 

100.00 
5.00 

100.00 

50.00 

5.00 

25.00 

25.00 



Dillon Read & Co., Em- 
ployees 

Dingwell, Lester R. 

Dinner, Adolph I. . 

Divver, Neil A. . . 

Dodge, Mrs. Edwin S 

Dodge, Frederic. 

Dodge, Robert G. . 

Donahue, Joseph J. 

Donahue, Robert M. 

Donald, Malcolm 

Donation Day . 

Donnelly, Eugene F. 

Donovan, Joseph S. 

Dooley, William J. . 

Dorchester Bed Fund bal- 
ance .... 

Dorchester Lodge A. F. & 
A. M., Members of 

Dorr, Charles 

Dounes, Charles W. 

Downes, J. Edward 

Doyle, Daniel 

Draper & Co., Inc. . 

Dreyfus, Carl 

Dreyfus, Sydney 

Driver, Mrs. William R 

Jr 

Drost, C. A. . . 

Drown, Miss Mary F 

Duff, Mrs. J. Robertson 
(See also Subscription 
Beds) 

Duffy, Thomas F. . 

Dupee, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. 

Durant, Charles 

Durgin, Hollis T. 

Duxbury C. H. Clubs 



For typewriter and 

bedsteads 
Blue Fish C. H. Club 
Myles Standish C. 

H. Club . . . 
Samoset C. H. Club 
Powder Point C. H. 

Club .... 
Thirteen Beavers C. 

H. Club . . . 
Try Hard C. H. 

Club .... 
Non-SkidC. H.Club 

in memory of 

Robert Vose 
Non-Skid C. H. Club 

in memory of 

Jack Covode 



1217.00 
100.00 

100.00 
100.00 

100.00 

100.00 

100.00 



100.00 



$14.00 

5.00 
5.00 

1 .00 

25.00 
50.00 
25.00 

2.00 

3.00 

10.00 

398.85 

5.00 
50.00 
25.00 

9.42 

54.60 

5.00 
3.00 
5.00 

4.00 
100.00 

50.00 
15.00 

10.00 
10.00 

25.00' 



50.00 

2 .OO 

200 . OO 

IO.OO 

2.00 



100.00 1,017.00 



Dwinnell, Clifton H. 



25.00 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Eager, Miss Julia A. 
Earl, Noble C. . . . 
Eastman Miss Helen P. 
Eastman, John . 
Eaton, Frederick W. 
Edgar, Mrs. Charles L. 
Edington & Co., Inc. . 
Edwards, Dr. Martin . 
Edwards, Nelson 
Ehrlich, David P. . . 
Ehrlich, Mrs. Sally Hecht 
Ehrmann, Herbert B. . 
Eiseman, Mr. and Mrs 

Julius 

Eldredge, Mrs. Arthur S. 
Eliot, Mr. and Mrs. Amory 
Ellery, Mr. and Mrs 

William 
Elliott, A. W. . 
Elliottstone Temple 

Pythian Sisters 
Ellis, Charles A. 
Ellis, Dr. Joseph B. 
M. E. E. 



No 



Ely, Edward S. . 

Emerson, D. R. & Co. 

Emerson, Mrs. John H 

Emerson & Norris Co. 

Emerson, Warren K. 

Emery, Everett S. . 

Emery, Mrs. Florence L 

Emmons, Mrs. R. W., 2nd 

Emmons, Mrs. William 
B. ..... . 

Endicott, Henry 

Endicott, Mrs. Henry B. 

Endicott, H. Wendell . 

Endicott, Miss Katharine 

Endicott, Samuel C. 

Endicott, Mr. and Mrs 
William ..... 

Endicott, Mr. and Mrs 
William C, Jr. . . 

Etna Temple No. 99, Pyth- 
ian Sisters 

E. B. E. . . . 



Eustis, Mrs. F. A. . . 
Evans, Miss Mabel 
Evans, Wilmot R. . 
Everett, Mrs. Edith M. 
Everett, Henry C. . 
Everett, Henry C, Jr. . 



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10.00 

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50.00 

50.00 

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25.00 

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20.00 

1 .00 
25.00 

2.00 
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5.00 



Everett Lodge No. 642, B 

P. O. E. . . . 
Everett, Richard M. 

I. F. F 



a J 



Facey, Edward A. . 

Fairbanks, Stephen 

Fales, Mrs. Albert B. 

Falkson, J. & Co., Inc 

Fallon, William G. . 

Falvey, Charles A. . 

Faneuil Clothing Co. 

Fanning, Mrs. Frank 

Farley, J. W. 

Farnsworth, William 

Farnum, D. S. . 

Farnum, J. H. & Son 

Faulkner, Miss Fannie M. 

Faxon, Mrs. Henry M. — 
For Ruth Faxon Bed (See 
also Children's Hospital 
Days) 

Fearing, Mrs. George R 

Febiger, William S. 

Felton, W. Sidney 

Fenderson, Miss Marth 

Fenno, Edward N. . 

Fenno, E. N., Jr. . 

A Friend 

Fessenden, Sewall H. 

Feuerlicht, Mrs. Rose B 

Field & Cowles . 

Field, Edward B. . 

Field, Mrs. William 
Yongh 

Filbin, John W. 

Film Club of Boston 

Finberg, Simon . 

Fine, Abram I. . 

Fink, Nathan 

Finlay, A. W. . . 

Finney, William A. 

Firth, Mrs. Morgan 

Fischer, Frederic L. 

Fish, Erland F. . 

Fish, Frederick P. . 

Fish, Ira L. . 

Fishel, Mrs. Abraham Lin- 
coln — In memory of Ray- 
mond C. Fishel . 

Fisher, Benjamin 

Fisher, Miss Caroline W. . 



De 



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DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Fisher, Jacob 
Fiske, Andrew . 
Fitch, Miss C. T 
Fitchburg Woman's Club 
Fitz, Miss Edith 
Fitz, Mrs. W. Scott 
Fitzgerald, Desmond 
Flagg, Dr. Elisha . 
Flamand, J. C. J. . 
Fleming, E. & Co. . 
Fleming, Mrs. S. N. 
Fletcher, Frederick C. 
Fobes, Edwin F. 
Foisie, N. G. . 
Folsom Engraving Co 
Folsom, Hiram T. . 
Foote, Arthur . 
Fopiano, Albert B. . 
Foran, Mrs. George J. 
Forbes, Mrs. Alexander 
Forbes, Allan 
Forbes, Edward W. 
Forbes, Miss Ethel A. 
Forbes, F. Murray . 
Forbes, Dr. Henry S. 
Forbes, J. Murray . 
Forbes, Mrs. R. E. . 
Forbes, Mrs. Waldo E. 
Forbes, Mrs. William H. 
Fordell Lodge No. 115, K 

of P. . . 

Forsyth, James I. 
Forthian Club . 
Fosgate, L. E. . 
Foss, Benjamin S. 
Foss, Eugene N 
Foster, Dwight . 
Foster, F. A. & Co. 
Foster, Miss Hilda 
Fowler, Carl G. 
Fox, Miss Edith 
Frank, Mrs. Daniel — In 

memory of Mrs. Blanche 

L. Alexander . 
Franklin Chapter No. 92, 

O. E. S. . . . . 

Freeburn, Miss Elizabeth 

H 

Freedman, Mrs. David 
Friedman Miss Elsie T. 
Friedman, Lee M. . 
Friedman, Mrs. M. 



Inc 



#5 .00 Friedman, Miss Sophie M 

5.00 A Friend .... 

25 .00 A Friend .... 

5 .00 Friendship Chapter No. 58 

5.00 O. E. S. . . . 

50.00 Friendship Lodge No. "92 

10.00 K. of P 

10.00 Frost, Mrs. Donald McKay 

5.00 Frothingham, Francis E. 

15 .00 Frothingham, Miss J. W 

10 . 00 Frothingham, Mrs. Louis A 

500.00 Frothingham, Mrs. Ran- 

25.00 dolph 

1 .00 Furey, James H. 
20.00 

10 .00 Gallagher, Mrs. Julia Reed 

3 .00 Galvin, Thomas F., Jr. 

5 .00 Gardiner, Mrs. R. H., Jr. 

10.00 Gardner, Miss Carmileta 

10.00 E 

15 .00 Gardner, Mrs. C. B. 

5.00 Gardner, Mr. and Mrs 

100.00 George P. (See also Sub- 

250.00 scription Beds) 

25.00 Gardner, G. Peabody, Jr 

15.00 (Insecurities) 

100.00 Anonymous .... 

100.00 Gardner, Philip ... 

50.00 Gardner, William A. (See 
also Subscription Beds) 

6 .00 Gatcomb, Mrs. K. Gertrude 

1 .00 Gay, Josephine S. . 

10.00 Geary, Edward L. . 

10.00 Geary, Miss Mary Rice 

10.00 Georgian Cafeteria Co. 

50.00 German-American Sin 

10.00 Society 

25.00 Gibbons, Michael . 

5 .00 Giddon, Mrs. Abram 

2.00 Giesberg, Mrs. A. . 

25 .00 Gilbert, Miss Helen C. 
Gilchrist Co. 
Gill, Arthur E. . . 

5.00 Gilman, Harris H. . 

Gilman, John S. 

10.00 Gilson, Mrs. F. Howard 
Ginn, Mrs. Edwin . 

1 .00 Ginter Co., The 

2.00 Ginzberg, Albert A. 

5.00 Girl Scouts of Brookline 

100.00 (For Bed) 

15 .00 Girl Scouts of Hingham 



ing 



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10.00 
10.00 

5.00 

10.00 

200 . 00 

25.00 

10.00 

100.00 

15.00 
1 .00 

5.00 
10.00 
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[41] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Girl Scouts of Newton (For 
Bed) 

Girl Scouts, Red Rose Troop 
No. i, of Needham (For 
Go-cart) .... 

Girl Scouts Troop No. I of 
Lexington 

Girl Scouts Troop No. 3 of 
Maiden .... 

Gleason, Gilbert Howe 

Goddard, George N. 

Goddard, Miss Mary L. 

Gold, Israel .... 

Goldband, Mrs. S. M. . 

Goldman, Mrs. Charles 

Goldstein, Alma 

Goodman, Mrs. Samuel 

Goodnow, Mrs. William N 

Goodrich, B. F. Rubber 
Co., Employees . 

Goodwin, Augustus F. . 

Gordon, Ellis & Sons . 

Gordon, Mrs. Ellis . 

Gordon, Nathan H. 

Gormley, Mrs. James . 

Gormley, James R. 

Gosselin, Mrs. Emily . 

Goulston, Edward S. 

Graham, Miss Ella . 

Graham, Mrs. Harriet B. 

Graham, Louis . 

Grant, George W. . 

Gray, Francis 

Gray, Mrs. Francis 

Gray, Mrs. Horace, 2nd 

Gray, Mrs. John Chipman 

Gray, Morris 

Gray, Reginald . 

Gray, Mrs. Reginald 

Great Atlantic & Pacific 
Tea Co., The . 

Grecian Lodge No. 154 
K. ofP 

Greeley, Horace, Lodge No 
163, K. of P. . . . 

Green, Mrs. J. . . . 

Greene, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- 
win Farnham 

Greenleaf Co., The . 

Greenough, C. P., 2nd . 

Greenough, Mrs. Henry 
V 



Greenough, M. S. . 

$100.00 Grew, E. W 

Grosberg, Israel M. . 
Groton School, Sunday 

35.00 School 

Groton Woman's Club 
15 .00 Grozier, Mrs. Edwin A. 
Gryzmish, Mortimer C. 
35.00 Gryzmish, Reubin B. . 
10.00 Gunsenhiser, Abram Co. 
5 .00 Gustin, H. E. 
25 .00 Gustin & Saunders Co. 
5 .00 Guterman & Guterman 
5.00 Gutterman, Albert . 
3 .00 Gymkhana, Proceeds of 
5.00 

10.00 Hagarty, Miss Anne S. . 
25 .00 In memory of Rev. Edward 

Hale .... 
17.00 Hale, Mr. and Mrs. Richard 

150.00 W 

5.00 Hall, Arthur D. 
5.00 Hall & Cole, Inc. 
100.00 Hall, Mrs. George Atwate 
25.00 Hallett, Herbert K. 
20.00 Hallowell, F. W. . . 
1. 00 Hallowell, Mr. and Mrs 

25 .00 John W 

5 .00 Hallowell, Jones & Donald 
5.00 Hallowell, Robert H. . 
3 .00 Hamburger, Leo S. 
50.00 Hammond, Mrs. Charles M 
25 .00 Hammond, Mrs. H. L. 
10.00 Hannon, Joseph C. 
5 .00 Harden, Miss Lucy W. 
50.00 Harding, Emor H. . 
20.00 Harris, Miss Frances K 
25.00 Harris, H. & Co. 
50.00 Hart, Arthur 

Hart, Francis R. 
25.00 Harte, Richard . 

Harvard Woman's Club of 
5.00 Boston, Inc. . 

Harwood, A. Leslie, Jr. 
5.00 Harwood, Mr. and Mrs 
1. 00 Bartlett .... 

Harwood, Miss Blanche G. 
100.00 Harwood, Mr. and Mrs 

10.00 John H 

10.00 Haskell, Joseph . 

Haskell, Miss Mary J. 
100.00 Hatch, Roger C. 

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10.00 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Hatfield, Mrs. H. K.— In 
memory of a great man, 
Robert WilliamsoYi Lovett 

Haughton, Mrs M. G. . 

Haven, Mrs. Edward B. 

Hawkins, Miss Gertrude E. 

Hawkridge, Mrs. Ella M. 

Hayden, Mrs. Charles R. 

Haynes, L. A. 

Hayward, Fred R. 

Heath, S. Clark 

Hebrew Bakers Union, Lo- 
cal No. 45 

Hecht, Simon E. 

Hedge, Henry R. 

Anonymous . 

Helburn Willard 

Help One Another Club 

Hendry, Mrs. Hilma M. 

Henley-Kimball Co., The 

Herman, Mrs. Alice 

Herman, Mrs. J. M. . 

Herman, Miss Louise . 

Anonymous .... 

Herrick, Robert F., Jr. . 

Hersey, Ira C. . 

Heuser, Louis J. 

Heyer, John C. . 

Hickey, John 

Hicks, Mrs. John Jay . 

Higginson, F. L. . 

Higginson, F. L., Jr. . 

Higginson, Mrs. Henry L 

Hill, Arthur D. . . . 

Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
A 

Hill, Donald M. . 

Hinchman, W. S. 

Hirsch, Mrs. M. F. S 

Hobbs, Conrad . 

Hobbs, Mr. and Mrs. Wal- 
ter Lawrence . 

Hofmann, Moe . 

Holcombe, Mrs. W. G. . 

Hollingsworth, Mrs. Amor 

Hollingsworth, Valentine 

Holtzer, Charles W. 

Holway, Mrs. L. C. 

Holzman, G. Augustus 

Homans, Mrs. John, Sr. 

Homans, Robert 

Homans, William P. 



Home Club $10.00 

Home Savings Bank (through) 3 .00 

$50.00 Hood, John Co. , . . 25.00 

100.00 Hooper, Mrs. James R. . 20.00 

5.00 Hope, Norman S. . . . 25.00 

2.00 Hopkins, William A. . . 10.00 

10.00 Hopkinson, Mrs. Charles . 10.00 

25.00 Horblit, Mark M. ... 5.00 

5.00 Hornblower, Henry . . . 100.00 

50.00 Hornblower, Ralph . . 25.00 

1. 00 Horwitz, Philip .... 3.00 

Hotchkin Co 50.00 

10.00 Houghton, Clement S. . . 100.00 

10.00 Houghton & Dutton Co. . 100.00 

5.00 Houghton, Miss Elizabeth 

5.00 G 100.00 

10.00 Houghton Wool Co. . . 25.00 

2.00 Howe, Henry S 100.00 

2.00 Howe, Mrs. Henry S. — In 

50.00 memoriam, April 18th . 100.00 

5.00 Howe, James C. . . . 50.00 

25.00 Howe, Mrs. J. Murray . 50.00 

4.00 Howe, Percival S. . . . 50.00 

200.00 Hubbard, Mrs. Eliot . . 50.00 

100.00 Hubbard, John T. ... 5.00 

5.00 Hubbard, Paul M. . . . 10.00 

1. 00 Hultgren, Albert B. . . 2.00 

5.00 Hunneman, J. A. . . . 10.00 

5.00 Hunnewell, Mr. and Mrs. 

25.00 Arnold 50.00 

50.00 Hunnewell, Mrs. Arthur . 100.00 

50.00 Hunnewell, Francis W. . 25.00 

5 .00 Hunnewell, Miss Gertrude . 100.00 

10.00 Hunnewell, Henry S. . . 100.00 

Hunnewell, Miss Louisa . 100.00 

2.00 Hunnewell, Miss Mary . 100.00 

25.00 Hunt, Mrs. A. K. . . . 10.00 

10.00 Hunt, Mrs. John C. . . 10.00 

5.00 Huntley, Mrs. Frederic S. . 2.00 

25.00 Huntoon, Mrs. E. J. B. . 25.00 

Hurd, Mrs. C. R. . . . 10.00 

25.00 Hurd, Mrs. G. Newell . . 10.00 

10.00 Hurlburt, Henry F. . . 10.00 

5.00 Hussey, John E. A. . . . 10.00 

100.00 Hutchings, Miss Estelle C. . 10.00 

100.00 Hutchins, Mrs. C. F. . . 5.00 

100.00 Hutchins, Edward W. . . 200.00 

5.00 Hutchins, Kenneth . . 25.00 

5.00 Hyman, Mrs. A. ... 5.00 

20.00 Hyman Bros 5°° 

50.00 Hyman, Joseph M. . . 15 °° 

20.00 Hynes, George M. ... 3°° 

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Ilsley, Mrs. J. P. . . 

Inches, Mrs. Henderson 

Ingham, William P. 

Ingraham, Miss A. E. . 

Innes, Charles H. . 

Int. Alliance of Theatrical 
Stage Employees and 
Moving Picture Machine 
Operators of U. S. & Can- 
ada, Local Union No. 505 
of Waltham .... 

Int. Ass'n Heat & Frost In- 
sulators & Asbestos Work- 
ers, Local No. 6 . . . 

Int. Bro. of Telephone 
Workers, Local No. 2 

Irving & Casson — A. H 
Davenport Co. 

Islington Community Club 

Italian Ind. Nat. Club 

Jackson, Charles 
Jackson, Mrs. C. C. 
Jackson & Curtis, Em 

ployees .... 
Jackson, Henry D. . 
Jackson, Mrs. James, Jr. 
Jackson, P. T. Co. . 
Jackson, William K. 
Jamieson, Joseph B. 
Jaques, Miss Helen L. . 
Jardine, William 
Jay's Sale, Proceeds of . 
Jeffries, William A. 
Jenkins, Miss Muriel . 
Jenney, Malcolm 
Jenney Manufacturing Co 
Jennings, George 
Jepson, Miss Flora E. . 
Jepson, Miss Mabel A. . 
Jeselsohn, Louis . 
Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. Pliny 
Johnson, Arthur S. . 
Johnson, Edward C. 
Johnson, Mrs. Edward J. 
Johnson, Miss L. F. 
Johnson, Miss Mildred. 
Johnson, Mrs. Samuel . 
Jones, Mrs. Benjamin M 
Jones, Miss Margaret H. 
Jones, McDufTee & Stratton 

Corp. 



90 



#3 .00 Jordan, Mrs. Helen Lincoln 
25.00 Jordan Marsh Co. . 

5.00 Jordan, Robert . 

5 .00 Joslin, Mrs. Elliott P. . 
10.00 Joslin, Ernest A. 

Jouett, Mr. and Mrs. Mark 

R.,Jr 

Joy, C. Fred, Jr. . . 
Joy, John H. . . 

Joyce, Mrs. A. Florence 
5.00 Judkins, E. H. . 

Julius Cohen & Josephy 



10.00 Kaan, Mr. and Mrs. Frank 

W 

50.00 Kaffenburgh, Carl J. 

Kagno, Israel 

100.00 Kaiser, Miss Rosa . 

3 .00 Kaplan, Mrs. Celia 

2.00 Kaplan, Jacob J. 

Kasson, Mrs. Susan D. 

25.00 Kaufman, M. B. 

100.00 K. of C. Council No. 72 
East Weymouth . 

27.25 Kehew, William B. 

5 .00 Kelley, John J. . 

100.00 Keltner, Miss Ethel 

25.00 Kennedy, John J. . 

10.00 Kennedy, Joseph P. 

25.00 Kenny, John 

10.00 Kent, Mrs. Edward L 

25.00 Kent Kindergarten Mothers' 

2,484.12 Club 

10.00 Kettell, Miss Katharine L 

5.00 Kidder, Charles A. . 

5 .00 Kidder, Mrs. Charles A. 

25.00 Kidder, Mrs. C. W. 

5 .00 Kimball, Oilman & Co. 

1 .00 Kimball, Mrs. M. M. . 

1 .00 Kimball, Miss Myrta . 

5.00 Kimball, Rev. and Mrs 
25.00 Thatcher R. . 

50.00 Kincaid, Miss Barbara 

100.00 King, Miss Anne P. 

50.00 King, Miss Caroline W. 

1 .00 King, Miss Grace W. . 

25 .00 King, Mrs. Henry Parsons 

10.00 King Hiram Lodge No. 155 

25.00 K. of P 

10.00 Kingman, E. H. & Co. 

Kirstein, Mr. and Mrs 
50.00 Louis E 



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DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Kitchamankin Tribe No. 42 
Kitchell, Frank J. . 
Klous, Mrs. Bessie . 
Klous, Henry 
Kneeland, William A. . 
Knights of Columbus, Coun 

cil No. 81 

Knights of Columbus No 

1701 of Clinton . 
Knowlton, G. Francis . 
Koshland, Mr. and Mrs 

Abraham .... 
Koshland, Jesse 
Koshland, Robert J. 
Kuposky, Mrs. B. . . 



Lacy, C. W. . . . 
Lad'd, Mrs. Alexander H. 
Ladd, Miss Mary H. . 
Ladies' Auxiliary Society 

David Vicur Choulim 
Lafayette Club (For Bed) 
Lamson, Clement R. 
Lane, Mrs. F. E. 
Lane, Thomas J. 
Lang, Mrs. B. J. . 
Lankenau, John R. 
Lanning, Mr. and Mrs 

ward .... 
Laserson, Leon . 
Laskey, Mrs. L. E. 
Lassawa Tribe No. 

I. O. R. M. . . 



Ed- 



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Law, Mrs. E. S. . . 

Lawrence, Mrs. Amory A 

Lawrence, Mrs. Edward 

Lawrence, George Channing 

Lawrence, John S. . 

Lawrence Lodge No. 162 
K. ofP 

Lawrence, Miss Mary B 

Lawrence School, Children 
of — from Junior Red 
Cross Fund .... 

Lawrence, Rt. Rev. William 

Lee, Edward E. ... 

Lee, George C. and his sons 
of Westwood, (See also 
Gifts for Restricted In- 
vestment Funds) 

Leeson, Robert A. . 

Leland, Amory .... 



£15 


00 


Leland, Dudley R. . . 


$50.00 


25 


.00 


Leland, Mrs. Lester 


100.00 


5 


00 


Leonard, Miss June 


10.00 


50 


00 


Leonard, M. D. ... 


25.00 


5 


00 


LeSourd, Mrs. H. W. . . 


2.50 






Lettish Women of Boston . 


in. 65 


5 


00 


Levenson, Joseph M. . 


10.00 






Leveroni, Frank 


10.00 


5 


00 


Levi, Mrs. Robert . 


5-00 


1 


00 


Levin, Mr. and Mrs. Colman 


25.00 






Levin, S. M. Co. 


10.00 


100 


00 


Leviseur, Mrs. Louis 


50.00 


100 


00 


A Friend 


25 .00 


25 


00 


Lewis, Wayland H. 


10.00 


1 


00 


Liebmann, Mrs. Harry. 


10.00 






Liggett, Louis K. 


50.00 


25 


00 


Lilly, Mrs. Channing . 


5.00 


10 


00 


Lincoln, Albert L. . 


5.00 


5 


00 


Lindsay, Edwin P. . . 


25.00 






Linscott Motor Co. . 


5.00 


10 


00 


Linzee, Miss Elizabeth 


5.00 


100 


00 


Litchfield, Everett S. . 


3.00 


10 


00 


Little, Mrs. David M. . . 


100.00 


5 


00 


Little Red Larks, Topsfield 




10 


00 


C. H. Club .... 


176.14 


5 


00 


Livermore, William B. 


10.00 


25 


00 


Locke, Isaac Co. 


25.00 






Lodge, Hon. Henry Cabot. 


10.00 


So 


00 


Loeffler, Mrs. CM. . . 


5.00 


3 


00 


Longwood Blue Bird Club, 




2 


00 


The 


100.00 






Longwood Cricket Club 


375 00 


10 


.00 


Longwood Day School, The 




100 


00 


(For Bed) .... 


100.00 


So 


00 


Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co. 


15.00 


25 


00 


Lord & Spencer, Inc. . 


25.00 


2 


00 


Loring, Augustus P. 


25.00 


100 


00 


Loring, Mrs. Augustus P. . 


25 .00 






Loring, Augustus P., Jr. 


20.00 


10 


00 


Loring, Mrs. Lindsley . 


10.00 


10 


00 


Loring, Thatcher 


1 20 . 00 






Loring, Judge William Caleb 


35.00 






Lothrop, Bennett & Gill- 




5 


00 


man 


25.00 


25 


00 


Lothrop, Miss Mary B. 


100.00 


2 


00 


Lothrop, Mrs. Thornton K. 


100.00 






Lothrop, Mrs. William S. H. 


25.00 






Lourie, Judge David A. 


10.00 






Lourie, Jacob .... 


10.00 


200 


00 


Lourie & Lourie. 


10.00 


25 


00 


Lovering, Mrs. C. T. 


15.00 


5o 


00 


Lowell, Mrs. Guy . 


25.00 



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Lowell, Miss Lucy . . . #10.00 

Lowell, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 25.00 

Luce, Mrs. Matthew . . 25.00 

Ludwig, Frank J. . . . 10.00 

Lull, Robert W 5.00 

Lund, Miss Hilma E. . . 1 .00 

Lurensky, A 5.00 

Luther, Mr. and Mrs. C. 

Fisher 10.00 

Lyman, Charles Peirson . 10.00 

Lyman, Henry, Jr. . . . 10.00 

Lyman, Hon. George H. . 20.00 

Lyman, Mrs. Henry . . 100.00 

Lyman, Mrs. Herbert . . 50.00 

Lyman, Ronald T. . . . 25.00 

Lyman, Theodore . . 250.00 

Lyon, Mrs. George A. . . 50.00 

McAuliffe, Eugene V. . . 25.00 

McCahan, Albert J., Jr. . 5 .00 

McCahey, W. C. ... 5.00 

McCarthy, Rev. Thomas F. 10 . 00 

McCarty, John A. . . . 2.00 

McFadden, Sands & Co. . 25 .00 

McGann, T. F. & Sons Co. 15 .00 

McGinley, Mrs. Holden . 1,000.00 

McKee, Mrs. William L. . 25 .00 

McKey, John . . . . 10.00 
McKinley, William Lodge 

No. 101, K. of P. . . 5.00 

McLaughlin, Lawrence . 2.00 

McLean, Austin W. . . 10.00 

McLeod, Keith . . . . 50.00 

McQuesten, Mrs. George E. 25.00 

McSkimmon, W. B. . . 50.00 

Madden, M. L 100.00 

Maier, William .... 10.00 

Main, Charles T. . . . 10.00 
Maiden Chapter No. 99, 

O. E. S. . . . . . 10.00 

Malley, John F 25.00 

Manataug Tribe No. 1 . . 10.00 

Mancovitz, David . . . 10.00 

Mandell, Mrs. George S. . 50.00 

Mann, Miss Gertrude W. . 15 .00 

Mann, H. S 10.00 

Mann, William H. ... 5.00 
Marathon Lodge No. 52, 

K. of P 20.00 

Marblehead C. H. Clubs- 
Proceeds of Rummage 

Sale 470.00 



Marcus, Maurice L 
Marden, Mrs. C. F. 
Marland, Mrs. W. H. . 
Marlboro Woman's Club 
Marsh, Arthur B. . 
Mason, Allen 
Mason, Charles E. . 
Mason, Mrs. Charles E 

(See also Special Dona 

tions) . 
Mason, Miss E. F. . . 
Mason, Harold F. . 
Mason, Miss Ida M. . 
Mason, Mrs. S. R. . . 
Massachusetts Charitabli 

Fire Society . 
Anonymous .... 
Masters, F. W. . . . 
Mathews, Julius 
Mattakeesett Tribe No 

153 

Maynard, Robert W. 
Mead, Mrs. A. F. . 
Mead, A. & O. E. & Co 
Mead, Frederick S. 
Meadows, W. J. . . 
Medford Lodge No. 915 

B. P. O. E. 
Means, Mrs. Robert W. 
Meehan, Miss Mary E. 
Mellins Food Co. . . 
Melrose Highlands Woman 

Club 

Mercantile Produce Co. 
Merchants Legal Stamp 

Co. (Third Prize Contest) 
Merriam, Mrs. Frank 
Merrill, Mrs. C. H. S. 
A Friend 
Metcalf, Leonard 
Meyer, Mrs. G. v. L. 
Middleboro Lodge No. 1274 

B. P. O. E. . . . 
Millard, Earle B. . . 
Millard, Mrs. Earle B. 
Miller Rubber Co. of N 
Miller, Miss Ruth . . 
Milligan, Thomas . 

Mills, A, E 

Mills, Charles F. 
Milton Lodge No. 

of P. . . . 



93, K 



$2.00 

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5 .00 

10.00 

80.00 

25.00 



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100.00 

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Milton Temple No. 74, 

Pythian Sisters 
Minahan, Miss Ella 
Minot, Mrs. Charles S. 
Minot, Dr. and Mrs. Georg 

R 

Mintz, Norman 
Miskelly, Fred C. . 
Mitchell, Arthur Y. 
Mitchell, James W. . 
Mitton, Richard 
Mixter, Mrs. Samuel 
Mizpah Chapter No. 29 

E. S. . . . 
Moffatt, Frederick J. 
Moir, Mrs. John 
Moller, Mrs. Kenneth 
Monks, Mrs. George H 
Moody, Miss Lizzie A. 
Moore, Mrs. George D. 
Moors, Arthur W. . 
Morandi-Proctor Co. 
Moreland, Edward L. 
Morrill, George H. Co 
Morris, Fred A. 
Morrison, Mr. and Mrs 

H. S 

Morrison, Dr. Hyman 
Morrison, Mrs. W. H. 
Morse, Arthur H. . 
Morse, C. F. . . 
Morse, Miss Frances R 
Morse, J. Torrey 
Morse, Miss Leonice S 
Morse, Moses M. . 
Morse, Robert C. . 
Morss, Everett . 
Moseley, Frank 
Moseley, Mr. and Mrs 

Frederick S. . 
Moseley, Miss Harriet 
Moseley, William G. 
Moses, S. Preston . 
Motley, Mrs. E. P. 
Motley, Warren . 
Mowatt, Frederick W. 
Moynihan, Miss Mary 
Mt. Vernon Lodge No. 57 

K. of P. . . . 
Mullan, Robert . . 
Munro, Hugh 
Munro, Mrs. John C. 



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10.00 
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Murfitt, Samuel C. 
Murphy, Hubert 
Murray, John J. 
Murray, Mrs. T. Morris 
Myrtle Chapter No. 33, O 
E. S. of Holliston 



$100.00 

5.00 

1 .00 

50.00 

10.00 



M39-34 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
25.00 

5.00 
10.00 

3.00 



Nahant Junior Boys & 

Girls C. II. Clubs 
Nahant Woman's Club 
Nash, Mrs. Nellis M. 
Nashua Tribe No. 37, I. O 

R. M. of Fitchburg 
Nathan, Mrs. Jacob 
Nathan, John 
Nathan, Mrs. L. B. 
Natick Woman's Club 
Nautilus Club . 
Nay, Frank N. . . 
Neelon, Thomas F. 
Nehoiden Road Circus at 

Waban,Mass., Proceeds of 3.35 

Neighborhood Club of East 

Milton 25.00 

Neill, Miss Helen S. . . 10.00 

Nemser, L 1 .00 

Nesson, Israel .... 150.00 
New Century Club of Need- 
ham 25.00 

New England Confection- 
ery Co 100.00 

Newcomb, Mrs. George E. 1.00 

Newman, Mrs. Samuel J. . 10.00 
Newsom & McLeod . . 5.00 

Newton Lodge No. no, K. 

of P 10.00 

Newton, Mrs. Mary B. . 5 .00 

Newton Post No. 48, Amer- 
ican Legion . . . . 25.00 
Nichols, Miss Bertha A. . 5.00 

Nichols, Charles J. . . . 100. 00 
Nichols, Henry J. . . . 100.00 

Nichols, W. H 25.00 

Nickerson, Mrs. Augustus 5 .00 

Nickerson, Mrs. Alice M. . 15 .00 

A Friend 50.00 

Nieland, Henry G. . . . 5. 00 

Nightingale, John T. . . 25.00 
Nipmuck Tribe No. 131, I. 

0. R. M 5.00 

Nippenickett Tribe No. 151, 

1. O. R. M 10.00 



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Nisson, S 

Noemi No. u, U. O. T. S. 
Philanthropic Fund . 

Norcross, Grenville H. 

Norcross, Mrs. Otis 

Norman, Mrs. Guy 

Norris, Z. A 

North Haven C. H. Clubs . 

North Scituate Welfare 
League 

North Shore C. H. Clubs . 

Norton, A. E 

Norumbega Lodge No. 80, 
K. ofP 

Norumbega Park Enter- 
tainment 

Norumbega Woman's Club 
of Charlestown 

Norwood Lodge No. 98, K. 
ofP 

Notman, Margaret, Jim 
and Jack 

Nourse, Miss Annie Endicott 

Nourse, Mrs. Frederic Rus- 
sell 

Noyes, W. W. & C. R. . 

Nunkatest Tribe No. 65 
I. O. R. M. . . . 

Nunn, Charles P. & Co. 

Nutile, Thomas 

Nutter, George R. . 

O'Brien, Miss Catherine L 
Anonymous .... 
O'Brien, Robert L. . . 
O'Connell-Ingalls Advertis 

ing Agency 
O'Connell, P. A. . . 
O'Connell, Cardinal William 
O'Connor, Francis P. . 
O'Neil, Mrs. Mary A. . 
Old Powder House Club 
Olney, Richard . 
Olsen, Olaf .... 
Orange Woman's Club 
Ordway, William P. 
Oriental Chapter No. 7$, O 

E. S 

Outlook Club of Easton 

Page, Mrs. Annie A. . 
Anonymous .... 



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Page, Rev. Houghton 
Paige, John C. & Co. 
Paine, Mr. and Mrs. 

A 

Paine, John B. . 
Paine, Robert Treat, 2n 
Paine, Miss Sarah C 
Paine, William A. . 
Painters Union No. 176 of 

Gloucester 
Pants Makers Union, Local 

No. 174 
Parker, Edwin P. . 
Parker, Miss Eleanor S 
Parker, James A. 
Parker, J. Harleston 
Parker, Miss Lester 
Parker, P. Hildreth . 
Parks, Mrs. William A. 
Parrot, Edward G. . 
Parsons, William B. 
Pastene, Charles A. 
Pattee, Miss Alice R. 
Patten, Mrs. Alice G 
Patterson, Carlyle . 
Patterson, Wylde & Co 
Paul, Miss H. A. . 
Pawnee Tribe No. 75, 

R. M 

Peabody, Miss Amelia 
Peabody, Rev. Endicott 
Peabody, Francis 
Peabody, Mrs. Francis 
Peabody, George A. 
Peabody, Harold 
Peabody Lodge No. 96 

ofP 

Peabody, Mrs. W. R. 

Peavy, Silas . 

Peirce, Miss Charlotte 

also Memorial Beds) 
Peirce, Edward R. . 
Pelonsky, Mrs. N. A. 
Perm, The Florist . 
Penney, Loren W. . 
Pequot Tribe No. 74, 

R. M 

Perkins, Charles A. 
Perkins, Mrs. Charles E 
Perkins, Mrs. Hamilton 
Perkins, John F. 
Perry, Edward K. . 



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Perry, L. F. . . . 
Perry, Mrs. L. F. . 
Peter Faneuil Chapter D. R 

of Brighton and Allston 
Peters, Hon. Andrew J. 
Peters, L. H. . . 
Peters, William Y. . 
Pevey, G. A. A. 
Phelan, George E. . 
Phelan, Mr. and Mrs. James 

J 

Phelps, James T. & Co 
Philanthropic Lodge I 

A. M., Members of 
Philergians, The 
Phillips, Frank W. . 
Phillips Guild . . 
Phillips, Mrs. William 
Phinney, H. A. . . 
Phinney, Mrs. H. A. 
Phintias Lodge No. 65 

ofP 

Phipps, Horace A. . 
Pickhardt & Ellis . 
Pickman, Dudley L. 
Pickman, Dudley L., Jr 
Pierce, Mrs. Andrew D 
Pierce, Edward W. . 
Pierce, Dr. M. V. . 
Pierce, Vassar . 
Pilgrim Lodge No. 97, K. of 

P 

Pilgrim Woman's Club 
Pinanski, Nathan . 
Pingree, Mrs. W. M. 
Pitkin, Mrs. William H 
Pitman, Mrs. B. F. 
Plasterers' Union No. 275 
Pleiades Chapter No. 91 

O. E. S 

Plymouth Rock Lodge No 

43, K. of P. . . 
Poor, Mrs. James Ridgway 
Poorvu, Harris . 
Pope, Mrs. A. A. . . 
Porter, Mrs. G. M. Whid 

den 

Porter, Mrs. H. G. . . 
Post, Albert M. . . 
Post, John R. . . . 
Potter, Mrs. Mary A. . 
Powers, Mrs. George H 



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Powers, Mrs. Harry 
Pratt, Frederick S. . 
Prendergast, Miss Julia C 
Presbrey, P. E. . 
Preston, Elwyn G. . 
Preston, Fred 
Preston, William D. 
Pridee, Mrs. Alice . 
Prince, F. H. . 
Priscilla Chapter No. 52, 

0. E. S 

Proceeds of Fair & Play 

given at North Haven, 
Maine, by Rosamond 
Lockwood, Bodine Morse, 
Frances Winlock, Betty 
Locke, Betty Alford, Jo- 
sephine Emery, Mary 
Carpenter, Jane Carpen- 
ter and Minnie Frazier . 

Proceeds of Play given by 
Hope Blanchard, Eliza- 
beth Motley, Nancy Ladd, 
Thomas Motley, 2nd, 
Elizabeth Jaques and 
Herbert Motley . 

Proctor, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 
O., Jr 

Proctor, Mrs. Charles A. . 

Progressive Lodge No. 131, 
K.ofP 

Prouts Neck S.S., Children 
of 

Prouty, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis 
I 

Putnam, Miss Elizabeth . 

Putnam, Mrs. George . 

Putnam, Mrs. James J. 

Pyne, Miss Helen F. 

Quinby, W. S. Company . 

Quincy Federation of Wom- 
en's Clubs .... 

Quincy Lodge No. 943, 
B. P. O. E. . . 

Quinn, Hon. Edward W. . 

Quinobequin Tribe No. 36, 

1. O. R. M 



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Rackemann, Mrs. Felix . 10.00 



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Ramsdell, M. F. F. 
Ramsdell, William E. . 
Anonymous .... 
Rantoul, Edward L. 
Rantoul, Mrs. Neal 
Raphael, B. F. . . . 
Rapids Furniture Co., Inc. 

The . ... 

Ratshesky, Mr. and Mrs. A 

C 

Ratshesky, A. C. Charity 

Foundation 
Ratshesky, Mrs. I. A. . 
R. D. Lend-A-Hand Club 

of Arlington . 
Reading Lodge No. 91 

K. ofP 

Recital Club .... 
Red Cross Lodge No. 129 

K. ofP 

Reddish, Arthur 
Reeves, Francis B. . 
Reid, D. H. . . . 
Remick, Mrs. F. W. 
Revere Chapter No. 40 

O. E. S 

R. F. S. C. Sewing Circle 
Rhodes Bros. Co. . 
Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Arthu: 

Wallace .... 
Rice, G. Preston 
Rice, John C. 
Rice, Neil W. . . . 
Richardson, Mr. and Mrs 

Charles F. . . • . .*. 
Richardson, Charles O. 
Richardson, Mrs. F. L. W 
Richardson, Mrs. Maurice 

H 

Richardson, William A. 
Richardson, W. K. . 
Richardson, Dr. William L 
Richman, Samuel . 
Richmond, George . 
Richmond, J. B. . 
Ridley, Horace S. . 
Riley, Charles E. 
Rindge, Samuel 
Ripley, Alfred L. . . 
Ripley, Mrs. George 
Ripley, L. G. 
Rives, Dr. William C. . 



$1 .50 Robb, Russell . 

3.00 Roberts, Arthur W. — In 
25.00 memory of Mrs. Louise 

15.00 Bertha Roberts . 

100.00 Roberts, Master Malcolm 
100.00 Mackay .... 

Roberts, Mrs. Odin. 
10.00 Robertson, Mrs. A. R. 
Robertson, E. A. 
100.00 Robertson, Robert . 

Robinson, Aubrey F. . 
500.00 Robinson, Mrs. Henry W 
10.00 Robinson, Miss Isabelle H 
Rockwell & Churchill Press 

25.00 The 

Rockwell, C. P. 
5 .00 Rockwell, George A. 
5.00 Rodman, Mrs. Cornelia B 

Rodman, Miss Emma . 

15.00 Rogers, Dudley P. . 

3 .00 Rogers, Howard L. 

2.00 Rogerson, Charles E. . 

5.00 Rollins, E. H. & Sons . 

100.00 Roosevelt Lodge No. 

K. ofP 

5.00 Roosevelt, Theodore Lodge 
55.00 A. F.&A.M. . . . 

10.00 Root, Arthur E. 

Root, Col. W. H. . . 
10.00 Rosetxbaum, Mrs. Louis 
20.00 Rosenberg, Herbert Stone 
15.00 Rosenblatt, Dora 
50.00 Rosenthal, Samuel S. . 

Roslindale Community Clu 
10.00 Ross, Miss Emma J. 
50.00 Rotch, Arthur G. . 
25 .00 Rothschild, Mrs. S. . 
Rothwell, Bernard J. 
10.00 Rouillard, Florence 
25 . 00 Friends — Proceeds of Fair 

50.00 Rousmaniere, Mrs. E. S. 
200.00 Rousmaniere, Miss Mary S 
1. 00 Anonymous .... 
3 .00 Roxburghe Club, The . 
50.00 Roxbury Chapter No. 56, 

10.00 O. E. S 

100.00 Roxbury Ladies Club, The 

100 . 00 Roxbury Mothers' & Home- 

100.00 makers' Club .... 

10.00 Royce, Frederick P. 

2.00 Rubenstein, Mrs. M. H. . 

50.00 Rubenstein, Philip . 



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Rudnick Charitable Foun 






dation, Inc. 


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Russell, Mrs. Henry E. 


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Russell, Joseph B. . 


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Saltonstall, Mrs. P. L. . 


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Saltonstall, Richard 


25 


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Saltonstall, Mrs. Richard 






M 


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Salvador, Frank J. . 


2 


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Sampson, Edward J. 


5 


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Sampson, Miss Gertrude 


10 


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Sampson, Miss Lucy . 


5 


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Samson, Edward J. 


25 


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A Friend .... 


25 


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Sands, Furber & Co., Inc. 


10 


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Sanger, Sabin P. 


100 


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Sargent, Daniel . 


30 


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Sargent, Mrs. F. W. 


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Savage, Henry W., Inc. 


25 


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Sawtelle, Mrs. B. A. . 


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Sawyer & Day, Inc. 


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Sawyer, Henry B. . 


25 


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Sayre, Mrs. Francis B. . 


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Scenic Artists of N. E. 






Union No. 745 


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Schaeffer, John W. . 


25 


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Schaschke, H. W. . . 


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Sears, Francis P. 
Sears, Dr. and Mrs 

F 

Sears, Herbert M. . 
Sears, Mrs. Knyvet W. 
Sears, Miss Mary P. 
Sears, Mr. and Mrs. Philip 

S. . . . 
Sears, Richard 
Sears, Mr. and Mrs. Richard 

D 

Sears, Mrs. Willard T. 
Sears, William R. . 
Sedgwick, Mrs. Ellery 
Sewing Circle 1902 . 
Sewing Circle 1919 . 
Seymour, Robert W. 
Shattuck, Henry L. 
Shaw, Francis 
Shaw, Mrs. Henry S. 
Shaw, Mrs. Quincy A. 
Shaw, Mrs. Sara 
Shaw, S. P., Jr. . 
Shearer, Mr. and 

William L. . . . 
Sheerin, Miss Mary E. 
Sheet Metal Workers, Loca 

No. 126 .. . 
Sheinwald, William 
Shelley, Robert C. . 
Shepard, Miss Emily B 
Shepard, Frank R. . 
Shepard Norwell Co. 
Shepard, T. H. . 
Sherman, Mrs. A. P. 
Sherman, Roger Lodge 

142, K. of P. . . 
Shoolman, Max 
Shuman, Sidney E. 
Shure, Jacob A. 
Shute, Miss Katharine H 
Silberman, Mr. and Mrs 

H. R. . . 
Sills-Chevrolet Co. . 
Silsbee, Mrs. George S. 
Silva, Frank De. 
Silverman, Mrs. J. J. 
Simes, Mr. and Mrs. 

Ham .... 
Simon, Herman 
Simonds, Mrs. Henry 
Simons, Isaac E. 



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Simpson, A. D. Co., Inc. . #15.00 

Simpson, J. H 1.00 

Sisterhood Temple Ohabei 

Shalom 25.00 

Sisters Who Visit The Sick, 

Inc 6.50 

Skillings, Perley S. ... 5.00 

Slattery, Mrs. Charles L. . 10.00 

Slattery, E. T. Co. . . . 25.00 

Smith, Mrs. Brockholst M. 5 .00 

Smith, Mrs. F. H. . . . 10.00 

Smith, Mrs. Howard T. . 2.00 

Smith, Dr. J. Mark . . 5.00 

Smithers, John A. . . . 1 .00 

Snelling, Rodman Paul . 50.00 

Snow, Carlton E. . . . 10.00 

Softley, Miss E. S. ... 2.00 

Sohier, Col. William D. . 100.00 

Solari, Mrs. Gustina A.. . 2.00 

Soliday, Joseph H. ... 5.00 
Somerville Aerie No. 1038, 

F. O. of E 10.00 

Sondheim, Arthur A. . . 2.00 
South Deerfield Women's 

Club 10.00 

South End Hardware Co. . 5.00 

Southack, Theodore L. . . 3.00 

Southboro Woman's Club . 15 .00 

Spalding, Miss Mary A. . 100.00 

A Friend 25.00 

Spaulding, Wickliffe J. . 2.00 

Spear, C. V 2.00 

Spencer, Carl M. . . . 5.00 
Spencer Monday Club . . 5.00 
Spencer Trask & Co., Em- 
ployees 1 3 . 00 

Spencerian Chapter No. 126, 

O. E. S 15.00 

Sperber, Mrs. H. I. . . 3 .00 

Sperry, Marcy L. . . . 2.00 

Spitz, Mrs. A. P. . . . 10.00 

Sprague, Seth . . . . 20.00 

Spring, Chester C. . . . 5. 00 
Springfield Public Market, 

Inc 10.00 

Stackpole, Pierpont L. . . 50.00 

Stackpole, Mrs. Pierpont L. 50.00 

Stahl, Donald .... 1 .00 

Standcumbe, William . . 1 .00 

Stanhope Bindery, Inc. . 5.00 
Stanwood - Hillson Corp. , 

The 2.00 



Stanwood Manufacturing 

Co., The .... 
Starbuck, G. F. . . 
Starkweather & Broadhurst 

Inc 

State Street Trust Com 

pany, Employees 
State Supply Co. 
Stearns Fund, Inc. . 
Stearns, Mrs. Helen A. 
Stearns, William B. 
Stebbins, Mr. and Mrs 

Livingston 
Stein, William D. . 
Steinert, Mrs. Alexander 
St. Elmo Lodge No. 85 

K. of P. . . 
Stenographical Division of 

the Edison Elec. 111. Co 

of Boston .... 
Stetson, Charles 
Stetson, Cutler & Co., Inc 
Stevens, Edwin E. . 
Stevenson, Arthur L. . 
Stevenson, Miss Margaret 
Stevenson, Robert H., Jr. 
Stiles, Edgar W. 
St. Joseph's Bed 
St. Martha's Class of the 

Church of the Good 

Shepherd, Watertown 
Stockton, Howard, Jr. . 
Stockton, Philip 
Stone, Mrs. Albert . 
Stone & Andrew, Inc. . 
Stone, Mrs. Edwin P. . 
Stone, Everett W. . 
Stone, Frederic W. . 
Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Galen 

L 

Stone, Dr. Lincoln R. . 
Stone, Mrs. Malcolm B. 
Stone, Nathaniel H. 
Stone, Mrs. Philip S. . 
Stone, Robert B. 
Stone, Robert G. 
Stoneham Lodge, K. of P. 
Stoneham Woman's Club 
Storer, John H. . . 
Storrs, A., & Bement Co. 
Stoughton C. H. Club (For 

two Go-carts) .... 



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Stowell, A. & Co., Inc. . . $100.00 

Stratton, Charles E. . . 10.00 
Stratton, Mr. and Mrs. 

Frank H 10.00 

Stratton, Miss L. Henrietta 5 .00 

Strauss, Mrs. Ferdinand . 25.00 

Strauss, Mr. and Mrs. Leon 50.00 
Strauss, Mrs. Louis and 
Alice L. Wolf — In mem- 
ory of their sister, Blanche 

L.Alexander . . . . 25.00 

Strecker, Mrs. Charles . 10.00 

Streep, Samuel .... 1.00 

Streeter, Mrs. Edward C. . 5 .00 

Strobell, E. L 3 .00 

Strock, S. & Co. . . . 25.00 

Studley & Emery . . . 50.00 

Sturgis, Miss Evelyn R. . 100.00 

Sturgis, R. Clipston . . 5.00 

Sturgis, Mrs. Russell . . 25 .100 

Sullivan, Joseph F. . . 10.00 

Sullivan, Thomas F. . . 10.00 

Sutton, Mrs. William . . 100.00 
Sutton, William Lodge, A. 

F.&A.M 12.00 

Swaim, Mrs. R. D. . . 5.00 

Swaim, S. B 5.00 

Swartz, Jacob .... 15. 00 

Swift, Mrs. E. Kent . . 50.00 
Swift, Mr. and Mrs. George 

H. 200 . 00 

Sylvester, Edmund Q. . . 100.00 

Sylvester, Joseph S. . . 50.00 

Sylvia-Coppinger Co., Inc.. 10.00 

Taintor, Mrs. Charles W. . 25.00 

Talbot Avenue Garage Co . 5.00 

Tapley, Miss Alice P. . . 200.00 

Tarbell, Mrs. John F. . . 100.00 

Tarbox, Mrs. Charles W. . 1 .00 

Taussig, Mrs. Felix . . 25.00 

Tay, Herman S. . . . 5.00 

Taylor, Mrs. Almira B. . 100.00 
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 

H 100.00 

Taylor, James A. . . . 10.00 

Taylor, Warren O. . . . 5.00 

Taylor, William H. . . 10.00 

Taylor, William O. . . . 25.00 
Temple Israel Confirmation 

Class of 1924, Flower 

Fund 10.75 



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Temple Israel S. S. 
Tenney, Mrs. A. B. 
Terzis & Makris 
Thayer, E. H. . . . 
Thayer, Mrs. Ezra Ripley 
Thayer, Frank B. . 
Thayer, Harry C. . 
Thayer-McNeil Co. 
Thayer, Mrs. Nathaniel 
Thayer, Rev. William 

Greenough 
Theall, David C. 
Themis Chapter No 

0. E. S. . . . 
Thomas, Arthur H. . 
Thomas, Miss E. M. 
Thomas, Miss Helen 
Thomas, Mrs. W. B. 
Thompson, Benjamin 
Thompson, Mrs. H. L 
Thompson's Spa 
Anonymous . 
Thorndike, Mrs. Alden A 
Thorndike, Dr. Augustus 
Thorndike & Gerrish . 
Thorndike, Sturgis H. . 
Thorp, Miss Alice A. . 
Thorp, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 
Thursday Fortnightly Club 

ofMedford . . . . 
Tilton, Miss Elizabeth 
Tilton, Harry A. 
Tisdale, Mrs. Martha C. . 

Anonymous 

Titman Egg Company of 

Mass 

Tobacco Strippers Union 

No. 9608 

Tobey, Maurice 
Tolman Print, Inc. . 
Tontoquon Chapter No. 

100, O. E. S 

Tower, Miss E. M. . . 

Tower, H. B 

Tower, William A., R. L., 

and Philip 

Townsend, Richard S. . 
Train, Miss Elizabeth P. . 

Trainer, H. R 

Traiser, Charles H. 
Traiser, Mrs. Eva A. . 



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10.00 

100.00 

10.00 

100.00 
25.00 
50.00 
5.00 
45.00 
20.00 



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Travelll, Charles Irwin Fund, 

The . . . 
Trombetta, Guy 
Tucker, Bartholomew & 

Co 

Tucker, C. H. . 
Tucker, Randolph F. . 
Tucker, Miss Rebecca L. 
Tuckerman, Mrs. Bayard, 

Jr. 



104, 



Tuckerman, Mrs. C 
Tudor, Mrs. H. D. 
Tupper, Alton F. 
Tushins, Jacob W. 
Tyler, Mrs. John F. 



Undine Chapter No. 120, 
O. E. S 

Unitarian Church, Alliance 
Branch, of Woburn . 

United Ass'n of Plumbers & 
Steamfitters Local Union 
No. 175 .. . 

United Brotherhood of Car- 
penters & Joiners Local 
Union No. 540 

United Brotherhood of Car- 
penters & Joiners Local 
Union No. 778 of Fitch- 
burg 

United Fruit Co. 

United Garment Workers of 
America, Local No. 163 

Unity Chapter No. 66, O 
E. S. of Amherst 

University Lodge No. 159 
K. ofP 

Upham, George B. . 



Vaillant, Mrs. George W. 
Valhalla Lodge No. 66, K 

of P. of Everett . 
Vassalotti, Louis 
Vaughan, Miss B. H. 
Vaughan, W. W. . 
Vaughan, Mrs. W. W. 
Vaughn, B. R. . . 
Vermont Tea & Butter 
Vorenberg, Felix 
Vorenberg, F. Frank 
Vorenberg, S. Co. . 
Vose, R. W. . . . 



Co 



Wil 



Wadsworth, Mrs. Alexander 
#200.00 H. — In memory of Char- 

5.00 lotte Wadsworth . 

Wakefield Council No 
50.00 K. of C. . 

1 .00 Wakefield, Julius R. 
10.00 Waldorf System, Inc. 
5 .00 Waldstein, Mrs. S. H. 
Anonymous . 
100.00 Wales, Mr. and Mrs. 
5 .00 liam Q. . . . 

15.00 Walker, Charles C. 
2.00 Wall, Miss Margaret 
2.00 Wallburg, Mrs. Frances K 
100.00 Walsh, Timothy 

Waltham Council No. 147 
K. ofC. . . . 
10.00 Waltham Mothers' Club 

Ward's (Stationers) 
5 .00 Ware, Mrs. Charles P. 
Ware, Henry 
Waring, Mrs. Guy . 
10.00 Warren, Bentley W. 
Warren, Clifford P. 
Warren, Dr. J. Collins . 
50.00 Warren, John L. 

Warren, Philip L. . 
Warren, S. D. Co. . . 
Washington, Martha Chap 
10.00 ter No. 21, O. E. S. . 

500.00 Wasserman, Jacob . 

Waterman, Mrs. Charles H 
5.00 Watertown Woman's Club 

Watson, Mrs. Thomas A. 
10.00 Webb, Parker . 

Webster, Mr. and Mrs 

5.00 Edwin S 

15.00 Webster, Frank G. . 

Webster, Mrs. Frank G. 
10.00 Webster-Tapper Co. 

Weed, Mr. and Mrs. Arthu 

5 -oo H 

25 .00 Weed, C. F 

10.00 Weeks, Miles W. 
10.00 Weeks, Robert S. . 
5.00 Weeks, W. B. P. . . 
10.00 Weil, Mrs. Charles — In 
2.00 memory of Harry A 

100.00 Frank .... 

10.00 Welch, Mrs. Francis C. 
5 . 00 Weld, Mrs. Charles Goddard 
5.00 Weld, Miss Mary . 



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25.00 
50.00 
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10.00 

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10.00 
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500 . 00 

1 ,000 . 00 

500.00 

5.00 

10.00 
25.00 
10.00 
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10.00 
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100.00 
500.00 



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DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Weld, Philip B 


£25 


00 


Wellesley Post No. 72, 






^American Legion 


10 


00 


Wellington, William H. 


100 


00 


Wells, Miss Elizabeth Dana 


100 


00 


Wendell, Mrs. Barrett . 


10 


00 


Wendell, George B.. 


2 


00 


Wentworth, Mrs. Charles F. 


5 


00 


Wentworth, Mrs. Strafford 


5 


00 


West, Albert E. ... 


10 


00 


West Concord Woman's 






Club 


5 


00 


West Newton Women's 






Educational Club 


100 


00 


West Roxbury Liederkranz 


5 


00 


Weston, C. A 


5 


00 


Wetherbee, Miss Martha . 


5 


00 


Wheatland, Richard 


50 


00 


Wheeler, Miss Helen 


25 


00 


Wheeler, Henry 


500 


00 


Wheeler, Mrs. Henry . 


150 


00 


Wheeler, Miss Isabelle . 


10 


00 


Wheelwright, Arthur W. . 


10 


00 


Whipple, J. R. Corp. . 


50 


00 


Whipple, Sherman L. . 


25 


00 


Whitcomb, Mrs. W. A. 


10 


00 


White, R. H. Co. . . . 


IOO 


00 


Whiteside, Mr. and Mrs. 






Alexander .... 


100 


00 


Whiting Warren M. 


10 


00 


Whitinsville, Woman's Club 


10 


00 


Whitman, Mr. and Mrs. 






Edmund A 


25 


00 


Whitman, Mr. and Mrs. 






William 


250 


00 


Whitman, Mrs. William, Jr. 


100 


00 


Whitney, Miss Alice F. 


5 


00 


Whitney, Mrs. Byam . 


10 


00 


Whitney, Mrs. Geoffrey G. 


50 


00 


Whitney, Mrs. J. C. . . 


10 


00 


Whitney, T. D. Co. . . 


25 


00 


Whittemore, William R. . 


10 


00 


Whittier, Elizabeth H. Club 






of Amesbury .... 


5 


00 


Wiggles worth, George . 


100 


00 


Wight, Mrs. Delano . . 


1 


00 


Wightman, George H. . 


50 


00 


Wilcox, Miss Lillie E. . . 


5 


00 


Wild & Stevens, Inc. . 


25 


00 


Wilfert, Frank F. . 


2 


00 


Wilkes, Mrs. F. H. . . . 


25 


00 


Wilkinson, A. J. & Co. 


25 


00 



£SS 



Willcomb, Mrs. George . $10.00 

Willett, W. W 100.00 

Williams, Mrs. Alexander . 15.00 

Williams, Mrs. Arthur . . 5.00 

Williams, Mrs. Charles A. . 25 .00 

Williams, Mrs. Clarence C. 100.00 
Williams Court No. 19, 

M. C. O. F 10.00 

Williams, David Balch . 15.00 

D. W. W 25.00 

Williams, Edward E. . . 10.00 

Williams, Miss Elizabeth A. 5 .00 
Williams, Miss Katharine 

W 10.00 

S. P. W 50.00 

Williams, Mrs. Sydney M. . 10 . 00 

Wilson, C. H 20.00 

Wilson, Mrs. Etta V. . . 1 .00 

Wilson, William Grant . 5.00 

Windeler, Mrs. G. H. . . 25.00 

Winn, Miss Lora B. . 5 .00 

Winn, Ricker & Co. . . 1500 
Winnecunnett Tribe No. 

71, I. O. R. M. ... 2.00 

Winslow, Mrs. Samuel E. . 10.00 

Winslow, Miss Sarah H. . 10.00 

Winsor, Robert, Jr. . . . 15. 00 

Winter, J. E 10.00 

Winthrop Woman's Club . 25.00 

Wisham, Mrs. Clarence H. 5 .00 
Woburn Lodge No. 908, 

B. P. O. E 25.00 

W 7 oburn Woman's Club . 10.00 

Wolcott, Oliver .... 100.00 

Anonymous 100.00 

Wolcott, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. 500.00 

Wolcott, William Prescott 25.00 

Wolfson Brothers . . . 2.00 
Woman's Afternoon Club 

of Abington . . . . 10.00 
Woman's Alliance of All 

Souls Church, Braintree 5.00 
Woman's Club of Park Street 

Church 5.00 

Wonewok Tribe No. 83, 

I. O. R. M 10.00 

Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Orrin 

G 100.00 

Wood, William M. . . . 50.00 

Wood, Mrs. William M. . 100.00 

Woodbury, I. F. & Sons Co. 10.00 

W T oodman, Miss Mary . 30.00 

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Woods, Henry D. (See also 

Subscription Beds) . . $150.00 
Woodward, Mrs. Herbert 

M 5.00 

Worrick, Charles E. . . 25.00 

Wrenn, Mrs. P. W. . . 20.00 

Wright, A. W 50.00 

Wright, Miss Beatrice . . 5.00 

Wrightson, Cecil H. . . 12.75 

Wyzanski, M. E. & C. E. . 35 .00 



York & Whitney Co. . . $25 .00 

Young, Mrs. Benjamin L. . 10.00 

Young, Joseph .... 1.00 

Anonymous 100.00 

Zain Advertising System, 

The 10.00 

Zakon, William . . . . 5.00 
Zion Chapter No. 127, 

O. E. S 5.00 



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Report of the Welfare Committee 

Under the Direction of Miss Ida C. Smith, Superintendent 



Officers 

Mrs. Frederick S. Mead, Chairman 

Mrs. Francis B. Crowninshield, Vice-Chair man 

Mrs. Robert W. Means, Secretary Mrs. Richard S. Russell, Treasurer 



Committee 



Mrs. Gordon Abbott 
Mrs. F. Lothrop Ames 
Mrs. Oliver Ames, Jr. 
Mrs. Robert Amory 
Mrs. Larz Anderson 
Mrs. Louis Bacon 
Mrs. J. Lewis Bremer 
Miss Louise Coburn 
Mrs. Harold J. Coolidge 
Mrs. E. Waller Cumming 
Mrs. Maurice J. Curran 
Mrs. Charles P. Curtis, Jr. 
Mrs. Clarence R. Edwards 
Mrs. Ely Feibelman 
Miss Louise Fessenden 
Mrs. Sidney Hosmer 



Mrs. Thomas H. Lanman 

Mrs. Francis B. Lothrop 

Miss Mary Meehan 

Mrs. George von L. Meyer, Jr. 

Mrs. George H. Monks 

Mrs. Robert C. Morse 

Mrs. Francis E. Slattery 

Mrs. Frederick G. Smith 

Mrs. Philip Stockton 

Mrs. Richard P. Strong 

Mrs. William Sutton 

Mrs. Nathaniel Thayer 

Mrs. H. Parker Whittington 

Mrs. S. H. Wolcott 

Mrs. B. Loring Young, Jr. 



The year has brought several changes to the board. We 
welcome two new Presidents of affiliated organizations — Mrs. 
Oliver Ames, Jr., and Mrs. Frederick G. Smith. Also Miss 
Louise Coburn, Mrs. Maurice J. Curran, Mrs. Francis B. 
Lothrop, Mrs. George von L. Meyer, Jr., and Mrs. B. Loring 
Young, Jr., while regretting the loss of such true friends of the 
Hospital as Mrs. William Watson Caswell, Mrs. Grace Poole, 
Mrs. Reginald C. Foster, Mrs. Henry S. Hall and Mrs. Odin 
Roberts. 

There has been warm cooperation among the three Ladies' 
Boards connected with the hospital. The Ladies' Aid of the 
Thomas Morgan Rotch, Jr. Memorial Hospital and the Welfare 
Committee of the Children's Hospital have been joint hostesses 
for the Nurses' Teas which have been most enjoyable. The 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Welfare Committee extends to the Managers of the Convales- 
cent Home their appreciation of their hospitality in sharing their 
workroom laat winter. 

This winter the surgical dressings needed by the hospital 
have been made by Mrs. Louis Bacon and her assistants at the 
hospital itself on Friday mornings. Supplies have also been 
made up from gauze sent by and for the Lying-in Hospital by 
Mrs. Bacon's group. 

The hospital is indebted to the members of the Junior League 
for many volunteer workers under the direction of Miss Louise 
Fessenden. Their loyal services have contributed appreciably 
to the beneficial working out of the appointment system re- 
cently established in the medical and surgical clinics. 

Volunteer Workers at the Children's Hospital 

Medical 



Miss Barbara Reynolds 
Miss Margaret French 
Miss Hope Crocker 
Miss Margaret Norton 
Miss Vivian White 



Mrs. Howard Sprague 
Miss Dorothy Johnson 



Miss Rosamund Blanchard 
Miss Harriet Boyden 
Miss Harriet Royce 
Miss Augusta Bradford 



Miss Vivian White 
Miss Ella Snelling 
Miss Nell Baldwin 
Miss Caroline Stuart 



Miss Mary Weld 
Miss Louise Fessenden 



Monday, Wednesday, Friday 
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 
Wednesday 

Surgical 

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 
Tuesday, Thursday 

Throat 

Monday, Wednesday 
Monday, Wednesday 
Wednesday, Friday 
Monday 

Dental 

Tuesday, Thursday 

Nerve 

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 

Orthopedic 

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 

Scoliosis 

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 

Social Service 

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 
Every day 

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REPORT OF WELFARE COMMITTEE 

In appreciation of the splendid work that the young women 
of the Junior League had given to the hospital, a number of 
lectures have been planned by the Staff, Miss Smith and Mrs. 
Francis B. Lothrop and Mrs. Richard Harte. The response 
has been most gratifying — about one hundred people being 
present at the lectures. 

Under the direction of Mrs. Francis B. Lothrop the Welfare 
Club Committee was formed on May 16, 1924, in order to focus 
the interest of the younger group who had worked in the hospital. 
Countess Moltke accepted the Honorary Chairmanship and the 
Committee was made up of the following members: 

Mrs. Clark Baldwin Mrs. Richard Humphrey 

Miss Harriet Boyden Mrs. Ellery James 

Mrs. F. Wadsworth Busk Mrs. Francis B. Lothrop 

Miss Louise Fessenden Mrs. George von L. Meyer, Jr. 

Mrs. Richard Harte Miss Ella Snelling 

Miss Frances Weld 

It is regretted that pending the working out of what is prac- 
tically a new technique in the control of contagion, the Depart- 
ment of Occupational Therapy so wisely and efficiently con- 
ducted by Mrs. Henry S. Hall has been discontinued. 

The joint demonstration of the use of the ultra violet lamps 
in the control of rickets and bone tuberculosis, by the Staff of 
the Hospital and the Public Health Committee of the National 
Civic Federation, represented by Mrs. Richard P. Strong, has 
proved of definite value, and the data collected marks an ad- 
vance in medical science. Thanks are due to Miss Ruth Bemis 
and to Miss Nina Fletcher for their faithful part in the demon- 
stration. 

As head of the Speakers' Bureau, Miss Louise Coburn reports 
that 38 speaking appointments were filled within the year. 
Mrs. E. Waller Cumming, our volunteer speaker, tells the stories 
of the hospital with pathos and humor and never fails to interest 
her audiences. She has made many new friends for the hospital, 
many of whom have been entertained at the hospital as the 
personal guests of the Tea Committee under Mrs. J. Lewis 
Bremer and Mrs. Robert C. Morse. 

Thanks are due to Mrs. Edgar T. Wrightington, Mrs. B. F. 
Plimpton and Mrs. E. H. Seagraves — to the Managers and 
Trustees of Norumbega Park and to Mrs. G. L. Avery and 
Mr. Jay for their generous aid in arranging benefits for the 
Children's Hospital. 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

The Women's Clubs, thanks to Mrs. Frederick G. Smith, 
continue their interest in the hospital, and through Miss 
Meehan's help Mrs. Whittington reports that the Labor 
Organizations have given splendid aid in a very fine spirit of 
helpfulness. 

Among the groups who are working for the hospital no 
account would be complete without speaking of the younger 
generation. Mrs. Francis B. Crowninshield and Mrs. Robert 
W. Means report that C. H. Club activities are now looked 
forward to as a part of the summer's program. Not only do 
the children bring sunshine to the little patients at the hospital, 
but they are proud of their responsibilities towards them. 

The year has been an active one for all members of the 
Committee. Especial mention may be made of the gift of a 
Memorial Bed from one of our members, Mrs. Maurice J. 
Curran, of a gift from Mrs. Clarence R. Edwards of the electro- 
type plates of Mrs. Larz Anderson's story "Topsy Turvy" and 
"The Gold Star" which she wrote of and for the hospital. 
Mrs. S. H. Wolcott supervised the Sale at Jay's store which 
realized a goodly sum. Mrs. Sutton was hostess on Donation 
Day, and Mrs. Coolidge has helped Miss Smith in the private 
ward. Many of the Committee worked with Mr. Meyer to 
make the Gymkhana a success, especially Mrs. Whittington 
who acted as Secretary, and Mrs. Means and Mrs. Meyer. 

The original "Memory Day" in the Children's Hospital has 
been changed to "Children's Hospital Day." Those who would 
like, in the name of an individual, an organization or a firm, to 
dedicate the work done in a ward or in the hospital will at the 
same time render a great service to the sick children of Boston. 

On these days, a framed inscription, on which will be placed 
the name of the donor and the date, will occupy a prominent 
place in the hospital. #100 names a ward in the hospital for 
a day. #1,000 names the whole hospital for a day and #200 
names the Convalescent Home for a day. 

Any day may be chosen except Christmas Day. Anyone 
who visits the wards or cheerful playrooms will realize that 
there can be no sweeter way of entering into the spirit of the 
hospital than by dedicating one day in the year to the service 
of these little children. Representatives of groups will be most 
welcome at the hospital on the day named. 

The days given this year have been given in memory of 
Ruth Faxon, of Louis McLane Tiffany and Isaac Edmondson 

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REPORT OF WELFARE COMMITTEE 

Atkinson and Edmondson Atkinson Rice. Dr. Tiffany and 
Dr. Atkinson being life long friends, it is most fitting that their 
tablets hung side by side in the wards on New Year's Day. 

The Orient Chapter of the Daughters of the Eastern Star 
are the first group to name a day in honor of Augustus W. and 
Emma F. A. Mills. 

The Elizabeth Cumming Day and the Helen P. Whittington 
Day for the Home and the Hospital are given in honor of two 
members of the Welfare Committee. 

In Service 

Thy gates shall be open continually: they 
shall not be shut day or night. Is. 60-11. 

The Elizabeth Cumming Day is named in grateful 
recognition of all that the dedication of herself and her 
art brings to the little patients of this hospital. 

In Service 

Thy gates shall be open continually: they 
shall not be shut day or night. Is. 60-11. 

The Helen P. Whittington Day is named in grate- 
ful appreciation of her ability and devotion that are 
making the great work of the Children's Hospital so 
much more widely known. 

KATHARINE R. MEAD, 

Chairman of Welfare Committee. 

Financial Statement Welfare Committee 

Mrs. Richard S. Russell, Treasurer 

Total collected through Welfare Committee $26,962.47 

Paid to Convalescent Home $877.57 

Due Convalescent Home (Named Days) . . . 400.00 

Memorial Beds transferred to capital account . . 2,000.00 

Typewriters and Bedsteads — Duxbury C. H. Clubs 217.00 

Expenses 2,359.34 

Balance towards current expenses 21,108.56 

$26,962.47 



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Report of the Medical Staff 

For the Year ending December 31, 1924 



Hospital 



Remaining by last report no 

Admitted: 

Surgical 1,223 

Medical 733 

Orthopaedic 659 

Throat 2,389 

Total Admitted 5, 004 

Treated 5, 114 

Discharged 4,966 

Remaining 148 

Hospital days 53,337 

Daily Average 145 

Whole number admitted to January 1, 1925 ...... 76,235 

Number of operations: 

Surgical 1,114 

Orthopaedic 382 

Throat 2,716 



4,212 



Out-Patient Department 



New Cases: 

Medical 6,479 

Surgical 2,873 

Orthopaedic 1,164 

Lateral Curvature 189 

Infantile Paralysis Cases 183 

Total Orthopaedic 2,536 

Muscle Training • 176 

Throat 3,048 

Gynecological 33 

Dental 241 

Total number of New Cases 14,386 

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 



Out-Patient Department — Concluded 

Whole number of visits: 

Medical 23,478 

Surgical 10,049 

Orthopaedic 6,251 

Lateral Curvature 3,707 

Infantile Paralysis Cases 3,025 

Total Orthopaedic 12,983 

Muscle Training 5,430 

Throat ._ . , 5,195 

Gynecological 91 

Dental 467 

Total number of visits 57,693 

Social Service Department 

New Cases 683 

Whole number of visits 4,45 1 



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Report of Medical Department 

For Year Ending December 31, 1924 



THE marked increase in the number of patients treated in 
the ward and in the Out-Patient Department during the 
year 1924 shows clearly the service which the Hospital 
is rendering to the community. Seven hundred and thirty- 
three (733) patients were admitted to the Medical Service in 
the past year, one hundred and eighty-six (186) of whom were 
treated in the private ward. Nine hundred and eighty-eight 
(988) more new patients were treated in the Out-Patient De- 
partment, and there were four thousand six hundred and twenty- 
eight (4628) more total visits than in the previous year. 

It is interesting that the large attendance in the Out-Patient 
Department followed the introduction of the "appointment 
system." The assignment of patients to definite appointments 
makes it possible for the physicians to devote more time to the 
children and thereby give better attention to them. 

During the year, the Well Baby Clinic has been organized 
in connection with the Out-Patient Department. This meets 
every Tuesday afternoon. In this clinic well babies are seen 
and their diets supervised and the mothers given advice con- 
cerning their general care. This clinic marks a distinct forward 
step in the development of the Hospital by increasing the ser- 
vice which it gives to the community and makes available also 
to students and nurses the opportunity to observe the growth 
and development of normal children and to learn how to care 
for them. Home visits to these babies are made for the Hos- 
pital by the nurses of the Community Health Association. 
This has proved a most satisfactory method of follow-up work 
and is to be continued for another year. 

Arrangements have been perfected by which the subnormal 
infants who are discharged from the Lying-in Hospital are 
referred directly to the Out-Patient Department where they 
are followed until they do not require medical attention. 
Infants who are suffering from birth injuries are observed in 

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

the Neurological Clinic, and infants born of mothers with 
heart disease are referred to the Heart Clinic. A new special 
clinic has been developed for the follow-up care of premature 
infants. 

A liaison with the Orthopedic Department has been estab- 
lished. One of the Assistant Physicians of the Medical Service 
assists in the medical care of the orthopedic patients. This 
has already proven of mutual advantage to both Departments 
and of infinite value to the patients. 

The investigative side of the medical department is function- 
ing actively. Last year new information was obtained which 
has been valuable in the treatment of certain types of kidney 
and heart disease. 

An increasing number of graduate students, both from this 
country and abroad, are seeking the advantages, for special 
and general instruction, which the Medical Clinic of The 
Children's Hospital affords. The instruction which such stu- 
dents receive reflects much credit on the Hospital and is one 
of the ways in which the Hospital renders service, in the advance- 
ment of medical education. 



Medical Cases Treated in the Out-Patient 
Department 

Congenital Malformations 

Cleft Palate 2 

Spina Bifida 2 

Torticollis 4 

Congenital Scoliosis 3 

Congenital Obliteration of bile ducts 2 

Congenital Anomaly of Larynx I 



H 



Diseases of the New Born 

Icterus Neonatorum 2 

Prematurity 26 



Diseases of Nutrition 



28 



Inanition 316 

Rickets ... 455 

Scurvy 48 

819 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Disease of Nose, Throat, Larynx and Trachea 

Adenoids 93 

Deviated Septum ^ 

Epistaxis 6 

Nasopharyngitis 431 

Upper respiratory infection 124 

Nasal polyp 1 

Hay fever 6 

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils and adenoids 222 

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils 149 

Tonsillitis 147 

Peritonsillar abscess 4 

Laryngitis 15 

Tracheitis 8 

1,211 

Diseases of Bronchi Lungs and Pleura 

Abscess of lung I 

Asthma 79 

Bronchitis 167 

Pneumonia, lobar 31 

Pneumonia, broncho 27 

Pleurisy, dry 2 

Pleurisy, purulent . 8 

Pleuritis .... I 

Tracheobronchial adenitis . 2 

318 

Diseases of the Digestive Tract 

Difficult dentition 31 

Carious teeth 189 

Vincent's angina I 

Stomatitis 50 

Alveolar abscess 6 

Retropharyngeal abscess 1 

Esophageal stricture I 

Regulation of feeding 1,029 

Pyloric spasm ........ 36 

Pyloric stenosis 17 

Recurrent vomiting 23 

Indigestion, general 113 

Indigestion, overfeeding ( as a whole) 30 

Indigestion, fat 2 

Indigestion, carbohydrate 10 

Indigestion, with fermentation ......... 71 

Infectious diarrhea 3 

Gastroenteritis 1 

Gastritis 2 

Appendicitis 9 

Peritonitis 1 

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Diseases of the Digestive Tract — Concluded 



Colitis 

Constipation ... 
Intestinal parasites 
Infectious jaundice 
Megalocolon . 
Enlarged liver and spleen 
Cirrhosis of liver . 
Ptosis of abdomen 
Splenomegaly- 



Incontinence of feces . 
Fistula in ano . 
Spasm of sphincter ani 
Prolapse of rectum 
Rectal polyp 
Inguinal hernia 
Umbilical hernia . 



I 

87 
29 
24 



16 

37 



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Diseases of the Genito Urinary System 

Nephritis 

Enuresis 

Pyelitis 

Renal stone 

Vaginitis 

Vulvitis 

Balanitis 

Urinary disturbances, unclassified . 

Phimosis 

Hydrocele 

Hypospadias 

Undescended testes 



10 
91 

87 

1 

9 
1 

2 
21 

35 
1 

3 
4 



265 



Diseases of the Circulatory System 

Congenital heart disease 

Functional heart disease 

Chronic valvular disease . . . . 

Pericarditis, dry 

Myocarditis 

Anaemia 

Cerebral hemorrhage 

Hemophilia 



32 
4 

79 
4 
1 

36 
6 
1 



163 



Specific Infectious Diseases 

Typhoid fever 6 

Rheumatic fever . 62 

Congenital syphilis ... 29 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Specific Infectious Diseases — Concluded 

Influenza 2 

Scarlet fever 12 

Diphtheria, faucial 15 

Diphtheria, nasal 5 

Measles 14 

Measles, German 5 

Mumps 13 

Whooping cough 58 

Chicken pox 31 



Diseases of the Nervous System 

Amyotonia congenita I 

Acrocephaly 1 

Cerebral tumor *...... 2 

Chorea 62 

Deaf mute 6 

Defective speech 30 

Encephalitis 13 

Epilepsy 36 

Feeblemindedness 28 

Habit spasm 24 

Hydrocephalus 14 

Hypertonia 7 

Hysteria I 

Insomnia 2 

Idiocy, unclassified ' 19 

Idiocy, mongolian 29 

Idiocy, microcephalic 13 

Meningitis, meningococcus 9 

Meningitis, tuberculous I 

Mental retardation 22 

Migraine " 4 

Night terror 7 

Nervous child 37 

Neuralgia : 1 

Paralysis, facial 3 

Paralysis, infantile 47 

Paralysis, obstetric 35 

Paralysis, post-diphtheritic '..... 7 

Paralysis, spastic 42 

Progressive muscular dystrophy 3 

Psychoneurosis I 

Somnambulism I 

Spasmus Nutans 1 

Spasmophilia 12 

Tetany 25 



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546 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 



Tuberculosis 



Pulmonary 83 

Miliary 3 

Tuberculosis of peritoneum 4 

Tuberculosis of ankle I 

Tuberculosis, incipient 2 



Diseases of the Skin 

Acne 1 

Alopecia Areata 2 

Chilblains 2 

Dandruff 2 

Dermatitis 75 

Dyshidrosis 1 

Eczema 343 

Epidermophyton 2 

Erythema 12 

Erysipelas 4 

Frostbite 1 

Furenculosis 24 

Heat Rash 3 

Herpes 4 

Ichthyosis 5 

Impetigo contagiosa 61 

Insect bites 11 

Intertrigo 38 

Molluscum contagiosa 1 

Paronychia 1 

Pediculosis capitis 5 

Pityriasis rosea 4 

Prickly heat 10 

Psoriasis 5 

Ring worm 12 

Scabies 51 

Seborrhea 18 

Sunburn 1 

Trichophytosis 1 

Urticaria 49 



Diseases of the Bones, Joints and Muscles 

Infective arthritis 6 

Osteomyelitis 4 

Scoliosis 89 

Lordosis . . 2 



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749 



101 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 
Diseases of the Eye and Ear 

Blepharitis 6 

Cataract I 

Dacryocystitis I 

Ecchymosis I 

Eye strain 3 

Hordeolum 6 

Keratitis 1 

Nystagmus 1 

Myopia 1 

Myringitis 2 

Ptosis of eyelid 2 

Strabismus 5 

Deafness 12 

Mastoiditis 6 

Otitis media 230 

278 

Diseases of the Lymphatic System 

Lymphadenitis, axillary 4 

Lymphadenitis, cervical 83 

Lymphadenitis, inguinal 1 

Lymphadenitis, mediastinal 1 

Goitre 1 

90 

Unclassified 

Abscess, unclassified 4 

Acid intoxication 9 

Angioneurotic edema 2 

Backward development 11 

Cretiniem 11 

Enlarged thymus 21 

Hyperthyroidism 4 

Hypopituitarism 2 

Masturbation 12 

Obesity 4 

Poisoning, bichloride mercury 1 

Purpura 4 

Regulation of hygiene 22 

Spoiled child 16 

Toxemia 1 

Vaccinations 747 

Left before treated ..51 

No disease . 203 

Referred to other departments 22 

Diagnosis deferred '15 

1,162 

New cases . 6,479 

Secondary diagnosis 1, 441 

Total 7,920 

[72] 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 



Medical Diseases Treated in the Wards 

Congenital Malformations 

Amyotonia congenita I 

Bifid uvula I 



Diseases of Nutrition 



Inanition 
Rickets 



Diseases of the Newborn 

Atelectasis I 

Icterus neonatorum I 

Prematurity I 



Diseases of Nose, Throat, Larynx and Trachea 

Adenoids 2 

Epistaxis 2 

Nasopharyngitis 20 

Upper respiratory infection 12 

Peritonsillar abscess I 

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils 9 

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils and adenoids 57 

Tonsillitis 40 

Frontal sinusitis 3 

Laryngitis I 



Diseases of Bronchi, Lungs and Pleura 

Abscess of lung 4 

Asthma 19 

Bronchitis 14 

Bronchopneumonia 31 

Lobar pneumonia 45 

Pneumothorax 1 

Pleurisy, dry 3 

Pleurisy, serous I 

Pleurisy, purulent . 7 



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[731 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Diseases of the Digestive Tract 

Alveolar abscess i 

Carious teeth io 

Stomatitis 5 

Retropharyngeal abscess I 

Stricture of esophagus 1 

Regulation of feeding . 18 

Pyloric stenosis 7 

Recurrent vomiting 5 

Nervous vomiting 2 

Indigestion, general 16 

Indigestion, carbohydrate I 

Indigestion, with fermentation .'.'.' 3 

Infectious diarrhea 3 

Appendicitis 4 

Peritonitis .4 

Colitis 2 

Constipation 5 

Intestinal parasites 5 

Intussusception I 

Infectious jaundice 4 

Banti's disease 

Cirrhosis of liver 

Tumor of liver 

Cyst of liver 

Incontinence of feces 



Diseases of the Genito-Urinary System 

Nephritis 15 

Hydronephrosis 1 

Pyelonephrosis I 

Nephrolithiasis I 

Urinary disturbances, unclassified ......... 12 

Pyelitis 21 

Uremia I 

Urethral stricture I 



Diseases of the Circulatory System 

Acute Endocarditis 22 

Congenital heart disease . 3 

Idiopathic hypertrophy of heart 1 

Chronic valvular disease 33 

Pericarditis, dry 5 

Pericarditis, serous ............. 2 

Myocarditis 6 

Anaemia 7 

Lymphatic leukemia 8 

Hemophilia 1 



[74] 



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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

Specific Infectious Diseases 

Typhoid fever 9 

Rheumatic fever 17 

Malaria I 

Congenital syphilis 2 

Influenza . . ; 3 

Scarlet fever 2 

Chicken pox 2 

Whooping cough 2 



Tuberculosis 

Tuberculosis, pulmonary 10 

Tuberculosis of peritoneum 7 

Tuberculosis of kidneys 2 

Tuberculosis, incipient I 



Diseases of the Nervous System 

Arachnoiditis 2 

Chorea 13 

Cerebral abscess I 

Cerebral tumor 11 

Encephalitis . 24 

Epilepsy 33 

Feeblemindedness 8 

Hydrocephalus 3 

Hysteria 3 

Idiocy, unclassified 3 

Idiocy, microcephalic 2 

Idiocy, mongolian 1 

Meningitis, meningococcus 8 

Meningitis, streptococcus ... 6 

Meningitis, staphyloccus I 

Meningitis, tuberculous 14 

Meningitis, influenza bacillus 2 

Mutism I 

Neuroblastoma I 

Paralysis, facial 1 

Paralysis, infantile 28 

Paralysis, spastic 8 

Paralysis, post-diphtheritic 5 

Reflex convulsions 4 

Spasmophilia 2 



Diseases of the Skin 

Cellulitis 4 

Eczema 6 

Erythema 1 

Furunculosis ... 3 

Impetigo contagiosa I 

[75] 



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Diseases of the Skin — Concluded 

Roseola infantum I 

Scabies I 

Urticaria 4 



Diseases of the Bones, Joints and Muscles 

Infectious arthritis ' . 3 

Still's disease 2 

Scoliosis 2 

Myositis I 



Diseases of the Lymphatic System 

Lymphadenitis, cervical 13 

Lymphadenitis, mesenteric 5 

Hodgkin's disease I 



Diseases of the Eye and Ear 

Bapthalamus I 

Conjunctivitis 2 

Mastoiditis . . . . 3 

Otitis media 25 



Unclassified 

Angioneurotic edema 2 

Acid intoxication 8 

Cretinism 2 

Diabetes mellitus 7 

Diabetes insipidus 2 

Hypopituitarism 

Poisoning, lead 

Poisoning, phosphorous 

Purpura 3 

Septicemia streptococcic 

Septicemia, staphylococcic 

Septicemia, unclassified 5 

Sarcomatosis .... v . 

Tetanus 

No disease 4 

No diagnosis made 7 

Diagnosis deferred I 



New Cases 733 

Secondary diagnosis 172 



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Number of cases treated in the Medical Ward 547 

Number of cases treated in the Private Ward 186 

Total 733 

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Report of Surgical Department 



DURING the past year Dr. Augustus Thorndike, Jr., has 
been added to the Staff as Clinical Assistant Surgeon. 
The number of Out-Patient visits has increased nearly 
two thousand as compared with a year ago and the number of 
new patients has increased by about six hundred. Fifty more 
patients have been admitted to the Wards for treatment. 
There is constantly a long waiting list of applicants for admis- 
sion and urgent cases are constantly being refused admission. 
The Surgical patients occupy two one-story wards so that there 
is opportunity to double the number of beds by making the 
wards two stories high. As a means of temporary relief of 
crowding an emergency ward would be of great aid. 

The satisfactory results attained in the treatment of con- 
genital malformations is attested by the number of children 
brought to the hospital from all over New England and from 
the Provinces. The treatment of hare lip and cleft palate is 
being improved in details and plans for closer cooperation 
with the Dental Department in orthodontic work are under 
consideration. 

In urinary infections much work is being done and the rela- 
tion between malformations of the urinary tract and infections 
is being studied, with promise of most gratifying results. 

Empyema or abscess about the lung following pneumonia 
continues to be one of the chief causes of death among young 
children. Yet it is a disease which seldom occurs among 
children brought up under good hygienic conditions. Housing 
conditions are improving but many lives are still sacrificed 
because children do not get the fresh air and sunshine which is 
their right. It is not too much to look forward to a decrease 
in these severe infections similar to the decrease in surgical 
tuberculosis which has been brought about by better milk and 
by the pasteurization of milk. The road to travel is a longer 
one but the way is plain. 

A very striking fact is the low mortality from appendicitis 

[79] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

and other acute abdominal infections, to be attributed in part 
to improvements in the details of treatment. 

The number of students being taught is increasing. There is 
also a strong demand for positions on the House Staff among 
those who intend to practice pediatrics rather than surgety 
but who desire to familiarize themselves with the surgical 
aspect of the diseases of children. 

We are greatful as always for the help given by the Social 
Service Department. 

Surgical Diseases Treated in the Out-Patient 

Department 

Respiratory System 

Empyema 25 

Nasopharyngitis 14 

Pneumonia 2 



Alimentary System 

Alveolar abscess 4 

Tonsillitis II 

Hypertrophy of tonsils . 16 

Hypertrophy of tonsils and adenoids 30 

Peritonsillar abscess 2 

Retropharyngeal abscess I 

Carious teeth 8 

Stomatitis 1 

Vincent's angina I 

Stricture of esophagus I 

Pyloric stenosis 9 

Regulation of feeding 3 

Acute appendicitis 7 

Chronic appendicitis 68 

Foreign body in alimentary tract 19 

Intussusception 9 

Intestinal obstruction I 

Megalocolon 1 

Enlarged liver and spleen 1 

Constipation . 8 

Rectal polyp 9 

Prolapse of rectum 7 

Spasm of sphincter ani I 

Anal fistula 4 

Hemorrhoids I 



[80] 



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Genito-Urinary System 

Nephritis acute I 

Pyelitis 4 

Phimosis 353 

Renal calculus 2 

Hyperacidity of urine 13 

Hydronephrosis 2 

Cystitis t 

Enuresis 10 

Balanitis s ... 18 

Epididymitis 2 

Vaginitis 4 

Hydrocele 19 

Varicocele 1 

Torsion of testicle I 

Hypertrophy of breast 4 

Mastitis 11 



Cardio Vascular System 
Hemophilia .... 



446 



Lymphatic System 

Lymphadenitis, axillary 12 

Lymphadenitis, femoral 7 

Lympadaenitis, inguinal 13 

Lymphadenitis, mediastinal I 

Lymphadenitis, cervical 330 

Lymphadenitis, occipital : 2 

Lymphadenitis, popliteal 1 

Lymphangitis I 

Hodgkin's disease 1 

. 368 

Skin and Cellular Tissues 

Contracture from burns 4 

Dermatitis 12 

Erythema . 1 

Furnunculosis ... 83 

Herpes 1 

Ingrowing toe-nail 1 

Impetigo contagiosa 23 

Intertrigo ....... 3 

Insect bites 9 

Keloid 2 

Mole 5 

Paronychia 10 

Papilloma, peri-anal . . 1 

Scabies 1 

Urticaria 2 

Warts 24 



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Osseous System 



Epiphysitis 8 

Exostosis of finger I 

Osteomyelitis of jaw . i 

Osteomyelitis of radius I 

Osteomyelitis of ulna I 

Osteomyelitis of phalanges 2 

Osteomyelitis of ilium . 1 

Osteomyelitis of femur 4 

Osteomyelitis of tibia 3 

Osteomyelitis of os calcis 2 

Periostitis of humerus 1 

Periostitis of tibia 2 

Synovitis of knee 1 

Scoliosis 26 



Muscles, Tendons and Fascia 

Abscess of abdominal wall 2 

Bursitis 2 

Ganglion of wrist 4 

Myositis 1 

Tenosynovitis I 



Hernia 



Inguinal 224 

Inguinal and umbilical 17 

Umbilical 92 

Epigastric 1 



Congenital Malformations 

Asymmetry of head _ 3 

Asymmetry of chest I 

Anomalous kidney I 

Branchial cyst 2 

Cleft palate 23 

Cleft palate and hare lip 11 

Hare lip .• • • 35 

Contracture of digits 2 

Ectopic testes I 

Exstrophy of bladder I 

Hammer finger I 

Hypospadia 3 

Macrostoma 1 

Malformation of ear . 4 

Malformation of eyelid . I 

Malformation of jaw 1 

[82] 



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SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 

Congenital Malformations — Concluded 

Malformation of arm i 

Malformation of hand 6 

Malformation of chest 2 

Malformation of genitalia I 

Pilonidal sinus I 

Polydactylism 4 

Syndactylism 2 

Spina bifida • 22 

Thyroglossal cyst . . . . . . 8 

Tongue tie 29 

Torticollis . 4 

Undescended testes 26 



Nervous System 

Defective speech 4 

Hydrocephalus 3 

Epilepsy 1 

Microcephalus I 

Paralysis, obstetric 6 

Paralysis, spastic 1 



Tumors 



Hemangiomata and naevi ..... . .... . 94 

Cephalhematoma 5 

Lipomata 17 

Cyst of scalp 2 

Mybomiart cyst 

Hygroma '.'.'. 

Lymphangioma 

Sarcoma of kidney . . . 

Teratoma . . . 

Tumor of breast 

Tumor of meningeal region . . . . 

Tumor of lip 

Tumor of arm '.'.'.' 

Tumor of thigh 

Tumor of retroperitoneal . 



Diseases of the Eye 

Chalazion 8 

Dacryocystitis 1 

Eye strain ............... 2 

Strabismus 1 



[83] 



197 



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131 



12 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 
Diseases of the Ear 

Mastoiditis 4 

Otitis media 13 

17 

General Injuries 

Abrasions 54 

Burns 18 

Cat bite 2 

Dog bite 16 

Concussion of brain 2 

Contusions 88 

Dislocation of arm 3 

Foreign body in nostril 3 

Foreign body in ear 1 

Foreign body in larynx 3 

Foreign body in trachea 1 

Foreign body in esophagus 2 

Foreign body in lung 1 

Foreign body in extremities 16 

Hematoma . ' 10 

Infected wounds 93 

Lacerated wounds 182 

Separation of epiphysis of humerus 4 

Separation of epiphysis of radius 1 

Traumatic amputation of finger 1 

Sprains 33 

544 



Fractures 

Fracture of skull 10 

Fracture of clavicle 46 

Fracture of humerus 23 

Fracture of radius 21 

Fracture of radius and ulna ... 14 

Fracture of ulna 2 

Colles's fracture 1 

Fracture of tibia 12 

Fracture of femur 3 

Fracture of tibia and fibula 1 

Fracture of astragalus I 

Fracture of rib I 



Infections 



Abscesses 65 

Cellulitis 14 

Omphalitis 4 



[84] 



135 



83 



SURGICAL DEPARTMENT 



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Chicken pox 2 

Measles 2 

Mumps i 

Scarlet fever 2 

Angioneurotic edema 1 

Rickets 2 

Scurvy 2 

Hyperthyroidism 6 

Pulmonary tuberculosis 7 

Transferred to other departments to the hospital .... 20 

No diagnosis made 6 

No disease 37 

Left before treated 30 



New cases 2,873 

Secondary diagnosis 37 



116 



Total 2,910 

Out-Patient Department Operations with 
Anaesthesia 

Circumcisions 247 

Wound suture 58 

Incision and drainage of 

Abscesses and septic wounds 123 

Cervical lymphadenitis 21 

Removal of 

Supernumerary auricle I 

Finger nail 5 

Stbne from urethra 1 

Hemangioma 4 

Lipoma 6 

Foreign body 8 

Warts 6 

Misplaced eyelash 1 

Post-operative scar 1 

Paracentesis for 

Otitis media 4 

Extraction of 

Tooth 2 

Tapping of hydrocele 1 

Reduction of 

Fracture 33 

Hernia 1 

Releasing frenum for tongue-tie 1 

Electrolysis 1 

Liquid air treatment 20 

Total 545 

[85] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Surgical Diseases Treated in the Wards 



Surgical Diseases 



Respiratory System 

Adenoids 

Abscess of lung 

Empyema 

Bronchopneumonia 

Total 79 cases 

Alimentary System 

Alveolar abscess . . . . 
Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils and ad- 
enoids 

Retropharyngeal abscess . . . 
Peritonsillar abscess . .'.".'. 

Stricture of esophagus 

Acute appendicitis . . . ' . 
Acute appendicitis withperitonitis . 

Chronic Appendicitis 

Peritonitis, general . . ' . 
Peritonitis, streptococcus . . . 
Peritonitis, pneumococcus . . 
Peritonitis, tuberculous . * . ' . 

Pyloric stenosis . 

Abdominal abscess 

Indigestion with fermentation . 
Foreign body in gastro-intestinal tract 
Intestinal obstruction . . . . 

Intussusception 

Volvulus 

Megalocolon 

Ruptured liver . . . . 
Ischiorectal abscess . . . . 

Incontinence of feces 

Fistula in ano . . . . . 
Rectal polyp . . . . " . 

Prolapse of rectum 

Total 280 cases 



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Perinephritic abscess 

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Nephrolithiasis . 

Ruptured kidney 

Pyelitis 

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Phimosis 

Hydrocele . 

Epidymitis 

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Stricture of urethra 

Strangulation of testes ..... 

Total 48 cases 



Lymphatic System 

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Lymphadenitis, inguinal 
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Total yy cases 



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Total 4 cases 



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Skin and Cellular Tissues 

Contracture from burns 

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Impetigo Contagiosa 

Keloid 

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Total 15 cases 



Osseous System 

Osteomyelitis of frontal bones . 
Osteomyelitis of clavicle .... 

Osteomyelitis of femur 

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Osteomyelitis of os calcis .... 
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Epiphysitis of tibia 

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Infantile paralysis 

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Malformation of kidney 

Syndactylism 

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Pilonidal sinus 

Total 257 cases 

Hernia 

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Total 201 cases 

Tumors 

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Tumors — Concluded 

Lipomata 

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Myoma 

Hygroma 

Teratoma 

Tumor of brain 

Tumor of liver 

Tumor of tibia . . • 

Tumor of fibula . . . . 

Tumor of thigh 

Tumor of knee 

Sarcoma of kidney 

Sarcoma of rectum (?) 

Subdural cyst 

Cyst of mouth 

Cyst of lip 

Cyst of neck 

Umbilical polyp 

Total 42 cases 

Muscles, Tendons and Fascia 

Bursitis 

Sub-diaphragmatic abscess .... 

Tenosynovitis 

Total 3 cases 

General Injuries 

Abrasions 

Burns 

Concussion of brain 

Contusions 

Foreign body in bronchus .... 
Foreign body in esophagus .... 
Foreign body in chest wall .... 

Foreign body in foot 

Lacerated wounds 

Infected wounds 

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Surgical Diseases 



Fractures 

Fracture of skull 

Fracture of skull and tibia with pneu- 

mococcic meningitis 

Fracture of skull with pneumococci 

meningitis 

Fracture of jaw ... ... 

Fracture of humerus 

Fracture of radius 

Fracture of radius and ulna 
Fracture of thumb ..... 

Colle's fracture 

Fracture of tibia 

Fracture of femur 

Fracture of fibula 

Total 47 cases 

Infections 

Abscesses of head, face, neck and mouth 

Abscesses of trunk 

Abscesses of lower extremity 

Abscesses, multiple 

Cellulitis 

Omphalitis 

Septicemia 

Tetanus secondary to compound frac- 
ture of arm 

Total 31 cases 

Diseases of the Eye 

Conjunctivitis 

Total 1 case 

Diseases of the Ear 



Mastoiditis 
Otitis Media 



Total 14 cases 



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General miliary tuberculosis 

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No disease 

Diagnosis deferred 

Total 17 cases 





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Total cases treated in Surgical Ward 964 

Total cases treated in Private Ward 259 

Total 1,223 

Discharged well or relieved l ,°S6 

Discharged unrelieved 7 

Discharged untreated 36 

Discharged to other departments of the hospital 5 

Dead 76 

Remaining in Hospital . 43 

Total 1,223 



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Surgical Operating Room Report 

Abdominal Operations 

Appendectomies 79 

Appendectomies with general peritonitis 1 

Drainage of appendix abscess 26 

Drainage for tuberculous peritonitis I 

Drainage for general peritonitis 4 

Drainage for appendicitis with peritonitis 7 

Drainage of abdominal abscess 3 

Resection for intussusception 4 

Enterostomy for intussusception I 

Enterostomy for intestinal obstruction 4 

Ileostomy for intussusception 4 

Anastamosis for intussusception 2 

Reduction of intussusception 21 

Lysis of adhesions for intestinal obstruction 1 

Omentopexy for ascites 1 

Splenectomy for splenomegaly I 

Exploratory for tuberculous peritonitis 3 

Exploratory for general peritonitis I 

Exploratory for volvulus 1 

Exploratory for intestinal obstruction 3 

Exploratory for pelvic accessory tumor 1 

Exploratory for pelvic abscess I 

170 

Operations for Hernia 

Repair of inguinal hernia 185 

Repair of umbilical hernia 18 

Repair of femoral hernia I 

204 

Operations of the Digestive Tract 

Removal of foreign body in gastro-intestinal tract 4 

Removal of rectal polyp I 

Removal of tumor of liver 1 

Proctoscopies 5 

Incision and drainage of 

Alveolar abscess 1 

Retropharyngeal abscess 4 

Ischiorectal abscess 1 

Fistula in ano 2 

Gastrostomy for 

Stricture of esophagus 4 

Pyloric stenosis 1 

Dilatation for 

Ectopic anus 1 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Plastic for 

Ectopic anus 2 

Stricture of anus I 

Cauterization of prolapse of rectum . I 

Exploratory for 

Sarcoma of liver 1 

Cystic liver 1 

Pyloric stenosis 1 

Pylorotomy for 

Pyloric stenosis 39 

Jejunostomy for 

Acidosis 1 

Ileostomy for 

Dysentery 1 



Operations on the Genito-Urinary System 

Cystoscopy 22 

Decapsulation of kidney for acute nephritis I 

Nephrectomy for 

Perinephritic abscess 1 

Renal stone 1 

Hydronephrosis I 

Sarcoma of kidney 1 

Incision and drainage of . . 

Perinephritic abscess I 

Incision and drainage for nephrolithiasis 1 

Incision and drainage for mastitis I 

Ureterotomy for 

Nephrolithiasis 2 

Renal stone I 

Dilatation for 

Ureteral stricture 3 

Urinary retention 2 

Plastic for 

Phimosis I 

Hypospadias 26 

Section of accessory vessels for 

Uretero lithiasis . I 

Perineal section for 

Uretero lithiasis I 

Transplanting ureters for 

Exstrophy of bladder . ... 2 

Excision of 

Hydrocele 14 

Orchidopexy for 

Undescended testes . 26 

Exploratory laparotomy with ligation of efferent vessel to kidney for 

renal stone I 

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Pelvic examination for 

Menorrhagia I 

Circumcisions II 



Operations on the Skin and Cellular Tissues 

Excision of 

Angioma II 

Angio-lipoma of axilla back and forearm I 

Lipoma of chest wall and upper extremity I 

Tumor of arm I 

Tumor of knee I 

Tumor of thigh I 

Cyst of neck 2 

Ranula I 

Foreign body in foot . 2 

Plastic for 

Contractures from burns 3 

Scar of lip 1 

Scar of hand I 

Cauterization for 

Angioma 3 

Incision and drainage of 

Abscesses 20 

Cellutitis 2 

Furunculosis 2 

Septic wounds 14 

Wound sutures 12 

Skin grafts 16 



Operations for the Lymphatic System 

Adenectomy for 

Cervical lymphadenitis 26 

Femoral lympadenitis 1 

Hodgkin's disease 2 

Parotid glands 1 

Drainage of 

Suppurative lymphadenitis cervical 27 

Suppurative lymphadenitis inguinal 3 

Suppurative lymphadenitis mesenteric ....... 2 

Suppurative lymphadenitis iliac I 

Tonsillectomy 16 

Adenoidectomy 11 



122 



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Operations on Bones, Joints and Muscles 

Incision and drainage for 

Osteomyelitis 29 

Epiphysitis 2 

Prepatellar bursitis 1 

Abscess of adbominal wall I 

Arthritis of knee I 

Excision of 

Ganglion I 

Bursa 2 

Hematoma of abdominal wall I 

Sequestrotomy for 

Osteomyelitis 3 

Arthroplasty for ankylosis of jaw 1 

Amputation of 

Gangrenous digit I 

Reduction of 

Fractures 26 



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Operations for Deformities and Congenital Malformations 

Plastic for 

Cleft palate 67 

Hare lip 79 

Spina bifida I 

Syndactylism 5 

Ectopic heart 1 

Malformation of face 1 

Malformation of ear 4 

Excision of 

Spina bifida 10 

Thyroglossal cyst 6 

Branchial cyst 2 

Pilonidal sinus I 

Supernumerary digits 2 

Amputation of digit for 

Syndactylism 

Polydactylism 

Skin graft for 

Syndactylism 

Tendon lengthening for^ 

Malformation of hand 

Myotomy for 

Torticollis 

Laminectomy for 

Birth injuries 

Cholecystoduodenostomy for 

Obliteration of bile ducts 3 

188 

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Operations for the Nervous System 

Decompression for 

Brain tumor I 

Hydrocephalus 2 

Craniotomy for 

Brain tumor I 

Hydrocephalus I 

Exploratory for 

Obstetrical paralysis 2 

Incision of 

Cephalhematoma I 

Excision of 

Cranial meningocele 4 

Encephalocele 1 

Ventricle punctures for 

Pneumococcic meningitis, secondary to fracture of skull . . 1 

Subdural cyst 1 

Hydrocepualus 2 



Thoracic Operations 
Rib resection for 

Empyema 38 

Pericarditis I 

Mozingo operation for 

Empyema 14 

Abscess of lung , 1 

Thoracotomy for 

Empyema • . 4 

Excision of 

Foreign body in chest wall I 

Excision of sinus tract for 

Empyema I 

Incision and drainage of 

Abscess of chest wall 2 

Empyema 11 

Aspiration for 

Abscess of chest wall 1 



Cardio-Vascular Operations 

Transfusion of blood for 

Anaemia 5 

Hemorrhagic disease of newborn 1 

Post-operative hemorrhage 2 

Lacerated wound of tongue 

Intussusception 

Pyloric stenosis 

Ruptured liver 

Dysentery 

Intravenous injection for septicemia 



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Aural Operations 

Radical cure for 

Mastoiditis I 

Secondary mastoid operation for 

Mastoiditis 2 

Exploratory for 

Mastoiditis I 

Paracentesis for 

Otitis Media I 



Total number of operations 1,114 

Total number of operations in Surgical Department ..... 897 
Total number of operations in Private Ward 217 



Total ' 1,114 



[98] 



Report of Orthopaedic Department 

1924 



THE general work of the ward cases is in charge of a surgeon 
on duty for a period of three months. Following this 
service, he becomes Out-Patient surgeon for a period of 
six months, and is thus enabled to follow the cases w r hich he 
has seen in the wards. The department has adopted for the 
past year and a half a system of assignments of special types 
of cases to different members of its staff in order that special 
study may be given to these different groups of cases, in the 
hope that new light will be thrown upon their causes and the 
most successful methods of treatment. This plan has been of 
advantage, not only from the point of view of the patients, 
but also because it has associated with the hospital at all times 
the different members of the staff and assured a practically con- 
tinuous service and, therefore, continuous interest. From year 
to year the various assignments will be changed, so that each 
member of the staff may gain special experience in handling 
different groups of cases. The same policy has been pursued 
as last year of keeping the cases in the wards until they were 
well advanced toward recovery or until suitable provisions could 
be made for home or convalescent hospital care. It so happens 
that we have been able to care in the House during the past 
year for about 20 more cases than was possible last year. The 
waiting list for cases of admission has steadily grown and the 
Orthopaedic Department, along with the Medical and Surgical 
Departments, will soon feel the need for more beds. 

The Out-Patient Department has steadily grown since its 
change from a "four day a week" afternoon clinic to a "six 
day a week" morning clinic. Nearly 300 more new cases were 
seen in the Out-Patient Department in 1924 than in 1923, and 
about 1250 more visits to the Out-Patient were made. In the 
Out-Patient Department the services of the Resident Teaching 
Fellow have been of great value and a careful system of history 
taking has been worked out in connection with the Medical 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Department and a partial appointment system adopted which 
greatly lessens the waiting time of patients and enables more 
efficient and timely service to be given them. 

Teaching 

The Harvard Medical School still utilizes to the fullest 
capacity the Children's Hospital as a teaching unit in the 
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Twelve formal lectures 
are given in the Amphitheatre of the Children's Hospital to 
the Third Year Class once a week during the first half year and 
regular section teaching from nine until eleven-thirty takes 
place three times a week throughout the whole school year. 

The position of Resident Teaching Fellow was recognized by 
the Harvard Medical School last year, but no funds were avail- 
able for his salary. These funds were raised by the Orthopaedic 
Department of the Hospital last year and this year the Medical 
School, recognizing the importance of this position, has agreed 
to provide from its own funds this salary. The Hospital con- 
tinues generously to supply his room and board and the Depart- 
ment feels that the services which he renders to the Hospital 
are fully adequate to justify this generosity. The course in 
Orthopaedic Surgery given to the nurses by the Resident Teach- 
ing Fellow has been most successful, and during the coming 
year he will also give a course of lectures in Orthopaedic Surgery 
to affiliated and post-graduate nurses. He will continue as 
before to supervise the selection of cases and aid the various 
members of the staff in arranging for the special clinics and 
section work. 

Special Clinics 

Owing to the steady growth of the Scoliosis and Physio- 
therapeutic Department, it has been necessary to establish a 
special clinic on Mondays for cases of faulty posture under the 
charge of a member of the staff and the Head of the Physio- 
therapeutic Department. The Harvard Infantile Paralysis 
Commission, working in close harmony with the Orthopaedic 
Out-Patient Department, assures special care for this important 
group of cases and relieves the Orthopaedic Department of a 
heavy burden. These special clinics in Scoliosis, Posture and 
Infantile Paralysis are conducted at different hours and in 
different rooms than those of the regular Out-Patient Clinic 

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ORTHOPAEDIC DEPARTMENT 

and utilize most advantageously the space of the hospital at 
times when it is most easily available. This avoids crowding. 

Special Studies 

Special researches in inflammation of bones, infantile paralysis, 
Quartz Lamp therapy, and the electrical conductivity of muscles 
have been undertaken by different members of the Department. 
A report of Dr. Ghormley's work, made possible by the Massa- 
chusetts Committee of the National Civic Federation, is soon 
to be published. The study of gaits by means of the moving 
picture machine is proving of great value. The room formerly 
used by the Surgical Appliance Shop has been fitted with 
special lights and apparatus, making possible the satisfactory 
taking of these moving pictures at all times. Funds for this 
purpose were received from the Helen Hallett Thompson Fund 
and are gratefully acknowledged by the Department. 

Changes in the Staff 

The only resignation from the staff during the past year has 
been that of Dr. Winthrop M. Phelps, Resident Teaching 
Fellow, who with the approval of the Department, has accepted 
an important teaching position in the Department of Surgery, 
Yale University Medical School. Dr. Phelps' service to the 
Children's Hospital was always rendered in a most efficient 
manner and in a most satisfactory spirit and it is a pleasure to 
know that the present larger opportunity which opens to him 
has come as a recognition of this type of service. Dr. Robert 
C. Lonergan, a graduate of Johns Hopkins Medical School and 
formerly Orthopaedic Resident at St. Luke's Hospital and 
Children's Hospital in Chicago, has been appointed by the 
Medical School to fill out Dr. Phelps' unexpired term of service. 
Dr. Lonergan began his duties on January 1st. Dr. Seth M. 
Fitchet has been appointed Junior Assistant Surgeon. Dr. 
Fitchet is a graduate of the Harvard Medical School and the 
Massachusetts General Hospital and has been serving for six 
months in the Surgical Out-Patient Department of this hospital. 

Social Service 

In August Miss Packard, in charge of the orthopaedic 
work of the Social Service Department resigned to accept the 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

position of Head of the Social Service Department of the 
Cambridge City Hospital. This resignation was accepted with 
deep regret, but with the realization that a wider field was open 
to her in her new position. Her place has been filled by Miss 
Mildred Hearsey, who was fortunate in being able to begin 
her work before Miss Packard left and is rendering the same 
effiicent and able service which had become traditional with 
Miss Packard. The Social Service Department now arranges 
to provide suitable accommodation and care for all the cases 
discharged from the wards of the hospital and on the regular 
records of the hospital enters a note as to social conditions at 
home. The same careful follow-up system is in force and if 
patients fail to report at the appointed time in the Out-Patient, 
this failure is known and the reason for this failure is investigated. 

Orthopaedic Diseases Treated in the Out-Patient 

Department 

Congenital Malformations 

Club foot 88 

Depressed sternum i 

Torticollis 34 

Dislocation of hip 34 

Hammer toe 3 

Overlapping toes 3 

Polydactylism 1 

Contracture of digits . 2 

Contracture of arm 1 

Contracture of hamstrings r 

Spina bifida 5 

Hypertrophy of leg 1 

Shortening of leg 1 

Scoliosis 5 

180 

Rickets and its Deformities 

Rickets, generalized 196 

Rickets, knock knees . . 37 

Rickets, bow legs 78 

Rickets, coxa vara 5 

316 

Disabilities due to Injury or Disease 

Fracture of jaw 1 

Fracture of clavicle 3 

Fracture of humerus 8 

Fracture of radius *2 

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ORTHOPAEDIC DEPARTMENT 

Disabilities due to Injuries or Disease — Concluded 

Fracture of radius and ulna 3 

Fracture of ulna 2 

Fracture of femur 5 

Fracture of tibia 3 

Fracture of toe 1 

Epiphyseal strain of femur 6 

Separation of epiphysis of humerus I 

Epiphysitis 2 

Sprain of elbow 1 

Sprain of spine I 

Sprain of hip 1 

Sprain of knee 4 

Sprain of ankle 2 

Traumatic amputation of foot I 



Deformities and Disabilities of Feet 

Pronated feet 316 

Weak feet 32 

Adduction of forefoot II 

Acutte foot strain 2 



Tuberculosis 

Tuberculosis of spine 14 

Tuberculosis of hip 2 

Tuberculosis of knee 5 

Tuberculosis of ankle 3 

Tuberculosis of digits 1 

Tuberculosis multiple I 

Non-Tuberculous Arthritis 

Infective arthritis of hip I 

Infective arthritis of knee 3 

Infective arthritis of ankle 2 

Infective arthritis of feet I 

Infective arthritis of spine 2 

Infective arthritis, multiple 2 

Coxa plana 6 

Stills disease 1 

Osteomyelitis 

Osteomyelitis of femur 3 

Osteomyelitis of tibia 1 

Osteomyelitis of os calcis I 

Osteomyelitis of pelvis I 

Osteomyelitis, multiple I 

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Synovitis 

Synovitis of hip 3 

Synovitis of knee 4 

Synovitis of ankle 1 

8 

Paralysis 

Paralysis, infantile 33 

Paralysis, obstetric 15 

Paralysis, spastic 24 

Muscular dystrophy 4 

- 76 

Unclassified 

Apophysitis of os calcis 1 

Bursitis 4 

Exostosis of finger 1 

Exostosis of metatarsals 2 

Kohler's disease 1 

Myotonia 2 

Obesity 1 

Poor musculature 1 

Septic wound of hip I 

Scoliosis 102 

Tumor, pituitary I 

Tumor of tibia 1 

No disease 17 

No diagnosis made 8 

Transferred to other departments 2 

Left before treated " 5 

150 

New cases 1,164 

Secondary diagnosis 25 



Total 1,189 

Orthopaedic Diseases Treated in the Wards 

Congenital Malformations 

Club foot 98 

Dislocation of hip 57 

Torticollis 13 

Spina bifida 2 

Syndactylism 3 

Malformation of ear 1 

Multiple malformations 2 

Multiple contractures 6 

Scoliosis 18 



200 



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ORTHOPAEDIC DEPARTMENT 

Rickets and its Deformities 

Rickets, generalized 8 

Rickets, knock knees 7 

Rickets, bow legs 14 

Rickets, coxa vara 1 

30 

Deformities and Disabilities of Feet 

Pronated foot I 

— 1 

Disabilities due to Injury or Disease 

Fracture of clavicle 1 

Fracture of humerus 3 

Fracture of radius and ulna 1 

Fracture of femur 8 

Fracture of tibia 1 

Fracture of tibia and fibula 3 

Fracture of vertebrae with apophysitis of os calcis .... 1 

Contusion of spinal cord 1 

Epiphysitis 2 

Contracture of finger from burn 1 

Loose semilunar cartillage 1 

Dislocation of hip, pathological 3 

Sprain of knee 1 

Foreign body in hand 1 

Ankylosis of hip secondary to septic hip 1 

Paralysis secondary to encephalitis I 

Paralysis secondary to trauma 1 

Septic wounds of hip 2 

Septic wounds of hand 2 

— 35 

Tuberculosis 

Tuberculosis of spine 64 

Tuberculosis of rib I 

Tuberculosis of elbow # , 1 

Tuberculosis of wrist I 

Tuberculosis of hip 16 

Tuberculosis of knee 12 

Tuberculosis of ankle 3 

Tuberculosis, multiple 3 

— 101 

Synovitis 

Synovitis of hip 1 

Synovitis of knee 3 

— 4 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Non-Tuberculous Arthritis 

Infective arthritis of hip 2 

Infective arthritis of spine 2 

Infective arthritis, multiple 5 

Coxa plana 3 

Stills disease 1 

13 

Osteomyelitis 

Osteomyelitis of radius 1 

Osteomyelitis of femur 19 

Osteomyelitis of tibia 8 

Osteomyelitis of fibula 2 

Osteomyelitis of os calcis 3 

Osteomyelitis of ilium 8 



Paralysis 



Paralysis, infantile 168 

Paralysis, spastic 16 

Paralysis, obstetric 14 

Muscular dystrophy 4 



42 



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Unclassified 

Abscesses, unspecified 3 

Brodies abscess . 2 

Calcinosis universalis 

Osteitis fibrosis cystica 

Peroneal spasm 

Polyneuritis 

Sarcoma of sacrum 

Fibro sarcoma of knee 

Tumor of ankle 

Tumor of brain 

Tumor, abdominal 

Scoliosis 8 

No disease 4 

Diagnosis deferred 2 

Transferred to other departments 3 

31 

New Cases 659 

Number of cases treated in the Orthopaedic Ward 550 

Number of cases treated in the Private Ward 109 

Total 659 

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ORTHOPAEDIC DEPARTMENT 

Orthopaedic Operating Room Report 

Infantile Paralysis 

Arthrodesis io 

Astragalectomy . 6 

Fasciotomy . . . 17 

Hibbs fusion I 

Hoke operation 45 

Manipulation 10 

Osteotomy 11 

Tendon lengthening 7 

Tendon transplantation 58 

Tenodesis ... 2 

Tenotomy .... 3 

Tensor fascia lata transplantation 6 

176 

Obstetric Paralysis 

Myotomy . . 5 

5 

Spastic Paralysis 

Alcohol injection 1 

Myotomy 3 

Tendon lengthening 7 

Tendon transplantation 1 



Tuberculosis 

Elbow 

Exploratory 1 

Biopsy 1 

Wrist 

Incision and curettage I 

Hip 

Manipulation ... 2 

Knee 

Aspiration ... 1 

Biopsy ... I 

Spine with abscess 

Incision and drainage ... 1 

Rib with abscess 

Rib resection . 1 

Congenital Dislocation of Hip 

Fasciotomy 3 

Manipulation 12 

Reduction 19 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Pathological Dislocation of Hip 

Manipulation I 

Reduction I 

2 

Club- Foot 

Division of lateral ligament ... 8 

Manipulation 53 

Osteotomy 8 

Tendon lengthening 1 

Tenotomy 5 

75 

Bow-Legs 

Manipulation 1 

Osteoclasis 2 

Osteotomy 11 

Plaster Spica 1 

15 

Knock-Knee 

Osteotomy . 5 

5 

Torticollis 

Myotomy 6 

Tenotomy 1 

7 

Osteomyelitis 

Exploratory 1 

Incision and curettage 4 

Incision and drainage 15 

Sequestrotomy 5 



Ankylosis of Hip Secondary to Septic Hip 

Manipulation I 

Osteotomy . I 

Fractures 

Manipulation 2 

Osteoclasis 1 

Osteotomy . 3 

Reduction 7 

Absence of bones of hand 

Plastic 1 



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Syndactylism 

Plastic 3 

- 3 

Sarcoma of Femur 

Excision of specimen I 

I 

Post-Encephalitic Contracture 

Tenoplasty I 

i 

Peroneal Spasm 

Manipulation I 

I 

Osteitis Fibrosis Cystica 

Exploratory of femur I 

I 

Epiphysitis of Femur 

Incision and drainage I 

I 

Bursitis 

Excision I 

Foreign Body in Hand 

Excision I 

I 

Brodies Abscess 

Incision and curettage 2 

2 

Contracture secondary to Septic Wound of Hip 

Manipulation I 

I 

Abscess of Hip 

Incision and drainage I 

I 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Inguinal Abscess 

Exploratory of ilium I 

I 

Calcinosis Universalis 

Biopsy 2 

2 

Total number of operations 398 

Total number of etherizations in Surgical Department .... 309 
Total number of etherizations in Private Ward 73 

Total etherizations 382 



[HO] 



Report of Special Clinic for Muscle 
Training of Paralysis 



THE Muscle Training Clinic has conducted its usual clinics 
and in addition has begun to work with certain children 
with speech defects. Under Mrs. Tunnyclifl this new 
group is being well cared for. 

The various groups of cases which are treated in this clinic 
are under the general supervision of the Neurologist, but the 
Orthopedic and Medical house staff have given invaluable help 
in detailed work. 

New Cases 

Hydrocephalus 2 Congenital defect anterior horn 

Encephalitis I cells i 

Cerebral Palsy 60 Neuritis — Post fracture humerus 1 

Amytonia 1 Congenital torticollis .... I 

Spina Bifida 2 Contracture following burn . . 1 

Traumatic injury spinal cord . 1 Diagnosis deferred .... 6 

Obstetrical injury spinal cord 8 Speech defect 16 

Obstetrical paralysis .... 60 

Hysteria 1 163 

Total number of treatments 5-375 



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Scoliosis Out-Patient Clinics 

The treatment of lateral curvature cases by means of plaster 
jackets and corrective exercises continues, as in the past. An 
attempt is being made to follow a series of cases with X-rays 
and photographs in order to report the results of a new type 
of jacket. 

The congestion in the department has been relieved by the 
addition of another clinic day for the treatment of certain of 
the functional scoliosis and cases of poor general posture. 

Our affiliation with the Boston School of Physical Education 
continues, and the students give valuable assistance in carry- 
ing on the exercise treatment. 

Total attendance 3,722 

New cases 195 

Number of clinics 189 

•Hospital Wards 

Physical therapeutic treatments in the wards have been 
given as follows: 



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Orthopedic 

Private 

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Alpine Lamp . 



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5 


88 


97 


1,673 


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48 


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77 


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Out-Patient Department 



Orthopedic clinic 
Surgical clinic . 
Miscellaneous 
Alpine Lamp 



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653 


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Teaching 

The practice of training student assistants has been con- 
tinued, and we are now receiving graduates for a six months 
Physiotherapy Service, which is offered by the Graduate De- 
partment of Harvard Medical School. The two month's inten- 
sive summer course was given as usual. 

Massage instruction was given to pupil nurses in the Nurses 
Training School. 

A new feature consisted in having special classes for the 
probationer nurses, in whom some defect of posture had been 
noted at their entering physical examination. It is hoped that 
this instruction in correct body mechanic s will help to reduce 
the strain and fatigue sometimes felt by the new nurses when 
they begin their ward duties. 



[116] 



Report of the Harvard Infantile 
Paralysis Commission 



THROUGH the continued generosity of the Children's 
Hospital space has been given the Harvard Infantile 
Paralysis Commission for clinics and office. Clinics are 
held three mornings a week for the examination and treatment 
of old and new cases of infantile paralysis. Four trained work- 
ers give the examinations and treatments at the Children's 
Hospital clinics and each worker has a district in the state that 
she covers at regular periods, both by home visits and clinic 
centres. 

Our attention has been called to a good many new cases 
during the late summer and autumn and a number of letters 
and inquiries have come from outlying districts in Massachu- 
setts and the states of Maine and New Hampshire. Since 
August first we have had eighty-two cases with recent onsets. 

At intervals during the year the Commission surgeon, Dr. 
Arthur T. Legg, and staff hold all day clinics in different centres. 
Clinics were held in 1924 in Haverhill, Lawrence, Lowell, 
Northampton, North Adams and Springfield. 

Clinics held in cities outside Boston are supported by local 
agencies, but all other expenses of the Commission are met 
by public contributions. 

Miss Dorothea Whiteley left after one year of most efficient 
service, to accept a position in a private office. In her place 
has come Miss Irene Norcross who was formerly a member of 
the special corrective exercise department of the Cleveland 
public schools. 

Summary for the Year 1924 

1. Number of clinics at Children's Hospital 150 

2. Number of individual cases seen in Children's Hospital .... 625 

3. Number of new cases seen in Children's Hospital . . . . 186 

4. Number of treatments given at Children's Hospital 3,025 

5. Number of State clinics 10 

6. Number of cases seen at State clinics 319 

7. Number of treatments given in the field by Commission workers . 3,408 

8. Number of treatments given by the Community Health Association 

Nurses i,9°4 

9. Number of Commission cases operated on at Children's Hospital . 94 

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Report of Oto-laryngological Department 



NO department in the hospital has undergone more funda- 
mental and radical changes than the former Throat, 
now known as the Oto-laryngological, Department. 
Beginning in May a special ward for the care of all ear, nose 
and throat cases was opened on the fourth floor of the O. P. D. 
situated conveniently near the Special Throat Operating Room. 
This ward has a capacity of eight beds, is most attractively 
decorated and fully equipped for the care of these special 
cases, thus relieving the burden which formerly fell on the 
general surgical wards. 

Another change has been the institution of a refer Oto- 
laryngological Clinic held in the morning three days of the week 
in conjunction with the other morning clinics, for the treatment 
of all ear, nose and throat conditions seen in these clinics, 
exclusive of tonsil cases. Any of these patients who require 
hospital care are admitted to the special ward, as are also 
cases from other wards seen in consultation which are found to 
have any operative oto-laryngological condition. 

The routine tonsillectomies are performed as formerly three 
afternoons a week by members of the oto-laryngological staff 
and a clinic for the examination, pre-operative and post- 
operative, of these cases is held three afternoons a week. This 
cares for both the cases that apply in the afternoon and those 
referred from the morning clinics. 

These arrangements and changes have resulted both in an 
increase in the range and variety of work undertaken as well 
as in the efficiency with which it is being carried out. This 
is particularly true of the ear patients almost all of whom were 
formerly referred to other hospitals. A glance at the report 
of the operating room will show the extended scope of work 
done as compared with former years. 

In particular great progress has been made in the treatment 
of diseases of the bronchi and esophagus. This has resulted 
largely from the installation of a splendidly complete broncho- 
scope and esophagoscope equipment by the hospital without 

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which no institution should treat these cases. This work has 
ranged from the removal of a most interesting series of foreign 
bodies to the bronchoscopic treatment of lung suppuration and 
asthma, a branch of throat work still in its infancy. Particular 
attention has also been devoted to the latest method of treat- 
ing of esophageal strictures resulting from the accidental swal- 
lowing of lye, of which there have been four in the last six 
months. The study of a variety of laryngeal conditions has 
been possible by virtue of this new equipment. 

The care of mastoid disease with its complications has been 
one more dire<tion in which the new arrangement has proved 
invaluable, and these cases are being cared for in the ward 
constantly. 

There have been numerous radical changes in the staff 
accompanying this reorganization. Dr. D. Crosby Greene has 
been made Consultant in Laryngology; Dr. D. Harold Walker, 
Surgeon in Otology. Dr. Lyman Richards has been made 
Surgeon in Oto-laryngology; Dr. E. A. Meserve, Associate Sur- 
geon; Dr. Samuel Cline and Dr. Charles Merrill, Assistant 
Surgeons. 

With its work thus thoroughly organized this department 
looks forward in the new year to a more comprehensive study 
and that some of the unsolved problems in oto-laryngology in 
particular. It is hoped to be able to throw some light in the 
relation of nasal diseases to asthma and more efficient treat- 
ment of long suppuration and more rapid convalescence from 
acute infections of the ear. 

Thus it is felt that this new department of Oto-laryngology 
has made great progress in the short time since its organization 
and we look forward to a continuation of its development and 
usefulness. It is hoped that before long the regular surgical 
interneship may include a few months service in this special 
work, the elements of which should be a part of the training of 
every children's specialist. 

Throat Department Operations for 1924 

Tonsils and adenoids 2,210 

Tonsils and adenoids with submucous resection for deviation septum . 2 

Tonsils and adenoids with partial turbinectomy 2 

Tonsils and adenoids with incision retropharyngeal abscess .... 1 

Tonsils and adenoids with cauterization of septum ...... 3 

Tonsils and adenoids with laryngoscopy 2 

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Tonsils and adenoids with extraction of teeth I 

Tonsils and adenoids with puncture of antrum 4 

Tonsils and adenoids with circumcision 6 

Tonsils and adenoids with extraction needle from hand I 

Tonsils and adenoids with excision thumb nail . I 

Tonsils and adenoids with plastic of ear 2 

Tonsils 8 

Tonsillar remains and adenoids 14 

Adenoids 200 

Adenoids with paracentesis 5 

Adenoids with laryngoscopy 3 

Adenoids with cauterization of turbinates 4 

Adenoids with incision cervical abscess I 

Adenoids with puncture of antrum 2 

Dilatation laryngeal stricture without anesthesia 2 

Dilatation laryngeal stricture with anesthesia 4 

Dilatation oesophageal stricture with anesthesia IS 

Dilatation oesophageal stricture without anesthesia 4 

Retrograde bouginage 7 

Dilatation tracheal incision I 

Oesophagoscopy 7 

Laryngoscopy IS 

Bronchoscopy 4 

Tracheotomy 3 

Bronchoscopy and tracheotomy I 

Foreign bodies removed 

From oesophagus 9 

From bronchus I 

From nose 2 

From tonsil ! 

Bronchoscopy, tracheotomy, and removal foreign body from bronchus 1 

Removal papilloma of larynx l 

Removal lymphoid tissue from pharynx . . ! 

Aspiration of lung abscess .... .... 2 

Abscesses 

Incision and drainage of septum ... .... 3 

Incision and drainage of retropharyngeal 4 

Incision and drainage of cervical 4 

Incision and drainage of peritonsillar 4 

Incision and drainage of post aural . I 

Incision and drainage of head 2 

Incision and drainage of hand I 

Incision and drainage of finger I 

Incision and drainage of parotid 1 

Paracentesis 5 

Mastoid — simple 4 2 

Mastoid — radical 2 

Tying off of jugular l 

Tying off of jugular with incision abscess of foot ...... \ I 

Removal scar tissue from ear l 

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Plastic and skin graft for deformity of ear 4 

Submucous resection for deviation septum 11 

Partial turbinectomy 4 

Partial turbinectomy with puncture of antrum 1 

Puncture and irrigation of right antrum 3 

Puncture and irrigation of boin antra 9 

Reduction of nasal fracture 3 

Skin graft — deformity of right nostril 2 

Removal nasal polyp 1 

Removal aural polyp 1 

Packing of lateral sinus 1 

Post-Operative Hemorrhages 

Throat Department 45 

Private Ward 7 

Total number of operations in Throat Department 2 , I 74 

Total number of operations in Private Ward 542 



Total 2,716 



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Throat Cases Seen in the Out-Patient Department 

Adenitis cervical 47 

Adenoids 149 

Atresia of nose 1 

Abrasion of nose 4 

Abscess of septum 2 

Acute antrum 1 

Asthma 1 

Deafness 2 

Deviated septum 10 

Epistaxis 20 

Frontal sinusitis 5 

Foreign body in nose . • 2 

Foreign body in tonsils 1 

Furnunculosis 2 

Hay fever I 

Impacted cerumen 24 

Laryngitis 9 

Myringitis 2 

Mastoiditis 15 

Otitis Media 84 

Rhinitis 59 

Tumor of ear 1 

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils and adenoids 2,398 

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils 55 

Tonsillitis, acute 19 

Vincents angina 1 

No disease 93 

No diagnosis made 20 

Left before treated 12 

Transferred to other departments 14 

Diagnosis deferred 18 

New cases 3>04-8 

Secondary diagnosis 24 

Total 3,072 



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Pathological Department 



FOLLOWING is the report for the year of 1924 from the 
Pathological Laboratory of the Children's Hospital. 
The last few years have made it evident that the value 
of the post mortem and surgical records is steadily increasing. 
This is due in large part naturally to the interest of the clinical 
staff of the Hospital. An important addition to the patho- 
logical service is the acquisition of a part-time Pathological 
House-officer, Dr. Paul Dye, secured through the co-operation 
of Dr. Blackfan. The employment of a secretary, for the pur- 
pose of cataloging material accumulated since 1915 and to 
maintain an adequate system of cross-cataloging in the future, 
places the department on a par with those in other large Boston 
hospitals. The Pathologist, who is also Pathologist of the 
Infants' Hospital, has carried the Infants' Hospital work along 
with the Children's Hospital work, and has thought it advisable 
to incorporate the material from both services in the same system 
of records. From now on there will be a steadily inceasing 
value to the Infants' Hospital records, which is one important 
way of preserving for the future the medical and surgical ex- 
perience of these institutions. The permanent storage of gross 
pathological specimens of value is secured through the new 
arrangement with the Warren Museum. All specimens of this 
sort, of probable value, are placed in the Warren Museum, and 
the filing numbers recorded on the records in the pathological 
laboratory. 

Recent publications from the Pathological Department, 
worthy of note, are as follows : 

Report of a fatal case of keratomalacia in an infant, with post-mortem 
examination. 

James R. Wilson, M.D. and R. O. DuBois,M.D., Boston. Am. Jour, 
of Dis. of Chil., Nov. 1923, Vol. 26, pp. 431-446. 

Skin lesions in meningococcus septicaemia, Charles L. Brown, M.D. 
Am. Jour, of Dis. of Chil., June, 1924, Vol. 27, pp. 598-602. 

A case of multiple bone lesions of aytpical roentenographic appearance 
with pathological findings. (Multiple tuberculous osteomyelitis with both 

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formative and destructive lesions.) Charles L. Brown, M.D. and D. M. 
Stiefel, M.D. The Jour, of Bone and Joint Surgery, Vol. VI, No. 3, July, 
1924. 

In press:* 

The following articles are being prepared for publication: 

Report of a case of pellagra acrodynia. Dr. Carl F. Pelican and Dr- 
Gustav Wilens. 

Report of a case of sterni fissura congenita and ectopia cordis. Dr. 
George Cutler and Dr. Gustav Wilens. 

Report of a case of sacral teratoma. Dr. George Cutler and Dr. Gustav 
Wilens. 

The volume of work is expressed by the following statistics. 
Number of autopsies made for the year, Children's Hospital 32; 
Infants' 90; total 122. There were 184 deaths in the Children's 
Hospital, with 32 autopsies, making 17%. There were 156 
deaths in the Infants' Hospital, with 90 autopsies, making 58%. 

The number of surgical specimens for the year is 231, as 
follows : 

Appendices 83 

Mesenteric lymph nodes 3 

Cervical lymph nodes 17 

Tonsils 22 

Adenoids 13 

Osteomyelitis 4 

Pylorus muscle 3 

Meckel's diverticulum 1 

Papilloma • 1 

Lipoma 1 

Fibrosarcoma 1 

Hemangioma 7 

Hygroma 2 

Cysts 7 

Intestine 2 

Testicle 2 

Hematoma I 

Tumor 7 

Kidney . ... 2 

Femur I 

Polyps 3 

Peritoneum 4 

Meningocele 4 

Inguinal glands 3 

Muscle 1 

*Acute Serous Encephalitis: A newly recognized disease of children. Charles L. Brown, 
M.D., Arch, of Neur. and Psychiatry, and Douglas Symmers, M.D. 

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Bone 16 

Vas deferens I 

Spina bifida 6 

Glands 3 

Soft tissue 1 

Tissue 6 

Blood clot 2 

Liver and spleen of guinea pig 1 

Breast 1 

Mole 3 

Skin 3 

Sequestrum 3 

Hernia 1 

Miscellaneous 7 

249 

Counted twice 18 

Total 231 



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Gynecological Department 



TO this department are referred all cases which are admitted 
to the Out-Patient Department with a vaginal discharge 
of any kind or which acquire such a discharge during 
their stay in the Hospital. During the year 1924, no cases of 
gonorrhoeal vaginitis were seen which had acquired the dis- 
ease during their stay in the Hospital. All were Out-Patient 
cases. All cases treated are followed for one year from the 
time they are discharged as cured. 

Classification of Cases 

Vaginitis, probably gonorrhoeal 10 

Vaginitis, not gonorrhoeal 15 

Deferred 4 

Pruritis vulvae 1 

Vulvitis, not gonorrhoeal 3 

Total cases seen 33 



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Dental Department 



THE Dental Clinic has grown very fast during the past 
year. In fact, so fast that a new system must soon be 
resorted to. There are three dentists on the staff who 
operate every Tuesday and Thursday mornings. All urgent 
consultations and emergency cases can now be cared for imme- 
diately. 

House cases receive routine treatment twice each week, and 
those still needing treatment after their discharge from the 
Hospital are brought back to the Out-Patient Dental Depart- 
ment by the Social Service worker. We are most grateful for 
the co-operation afforded us by this Department. 

The marked improvement in many of the children after 
their teeth have been properly cared for is most gratifying, and 
conclusively proves the importance of having a clean, healthy 
mouth. 

Many children needing orthodontic treatment come to the 
Clinic, but, as in the past, they must be referred to the Harvard 
Dental School, where splendid co-operation is offered us. It 
is hoped that in the near future a limited number of specially 
selected cases may be treated here. 

The work of the Department included cases of prophylaxis, 
fillings of amalgam and cement, extraction of carious and 
abscessed teeth and roots, treatment of pulpitis, stomatitis, 
painful eruption and mal-posed teeth, necrosis, osteomyelitis, 
and fractures of the maxillary bones. 



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X~Ray Department 



FOLLOWING the general trend of the increasing number 
of cases seen at the hospital, the number taken care of in 
the X-Ray Department has also increased quite markedly. 

In 1922, the total number of cases handled was 2,829 
In 1923, the total number of cases handled was 4,270 
In 1924, the total number of cases handled was 6,137 

The personnel of the department is the same in numbers 
as in 1923, and the large increase severely taxed the depart- 
ment in its efforts to keep up with the work. For the present 
the equipment and staff of the department will be adequate, 
but if the tendency to increase in the number of patients con- 
tinues, it will be essential to increase not only the staff but also 
to add necessary equipment. At the present time the depart- 
ment has outgrown its present quarters and it is earnestly hoped 
that some provision will be made in the near future to meet 
the demands. 

The treatment cases showed no marked increase, but it is 
hoped that the scope of the department will be widened in this 
respect. 

The filing system will be revised the ensuing year as the 
present one has been found too cumbersome for the present 
needs. 

All films now used are of the non-inflammable type. The old 
inflammable type are to be filed away in a fire-proof room. 
This will minimize the fire risk to a great extent. 

The X-ray collection still increases, and is an extremely 
valuable array of cases both for teaching and publication. 

Dr. Carty, formerly connected with the Peter Bent Brigham 
Hospital, has kindly given his services to the department for 
the latter months of the year. Also Dr. Sosman of the Brigham 
receives our thanks for helping on those occasions necessary. 

We are very fortunate in still having the faithful services of 
Miss Perretti. 



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1924- 

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SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

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{"REMOVING SOCIAL OBSTACLES THAT BLOCK. SUCCESSFUL) 
MEDICAL TREATMENT 

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Assistance juMepicalSpecialStupies 

(Contribution oj social viewpoint inthej 
STtipy OF CERTAIN 3><SEAj3&-S -^ 

Interpretation ojHospitalto Community 



Social Service Department 



T 



HE chart on the preceding page shows the present form 
of organization of the Social Service Department. 

Orthopaedic Service 



In August, Miss Packard left to re-organize the Social Service 
Department at the Cambridge Hospital. In her place we 
secured Miss Mildred Hearsey who has had experience both 
at the Massachusetts General Hospital and the University of 
Colorado Dispensary at Denver, Colorado. 

As in the past, all cases of bone tuberculosis are carefully 
planned for. Since September a special effort has been made 
to carry on sun treatment and out-of-door care for the children 
leaving the hospital. In many cases this has proved impossible 
in the homes as the rooms are on the second or third floors with 
no porches or yards. Furthermore, during the winter many 
families who manage during the summer do not carry on so 
well, hence institutional care has been provided for many of 
these patients, and some of them have been placed in specialized 
boarding homes where the proper care can be given them. 

An effort is also being made to link up more closely to the 
Orthopaedic service the Infantile Paralysis cases which are 
transferred from the Harvard Infantile Commission. 

During the summer we were able to provide care at the 
Children's Sunlight Hospital, Children's Island Sanatorium, at 
Wellesley and through children's agencies for a large number of 
children on all service. 

Surgical and Nerve Services 

On the surgical service Miss Tufts has continued to plan for 
the children in the Out-Patient Department and wards. She 
also has been able to assist Dr. Crothers in many of the cases 
on the neurological service. She has recently aided in a study 
of one hundred living cases of empyema. This study included 

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thirteen nationalities and an age span of two to twelve years. 
When the children were in the hospital visits to the homes 
showed that fifty-five were living under poor conditions and 
forty-five could be termed good. Thirty-six of the one hundred 
cases were Italian. Forty-four of them were under three years 
of age. In the course of the medical follow-up it was interesting 
to find that, medically speaking, eighty-three of the patients 
were in excellent condition; seven were fair or poor, and only 
ten could not be traced. The careful social supervision of 
these children and the provision of convalescent care when 
necessary, unquestionably helped in making these end results 
so satisfactory. 

Medical Service 

On December 1st Miss Kinney left to accept the position of 
executive secretary of the New England Heart Association. In 
her place we have secured Miss Margaret Wirt, a graduate of 
the Smith College School of Social Work. Her last two years 
have been spent working with Dr. Thorn in the habit clinics. 
Her particular assignment of the work is the social treatment 
of children with heart disease, tuberculosis and congenital 
syphilis. 

The heart class has grown to such an extent that a method 
has been devised whereby the patients are grouped into those 
who need intensive supervision and those who can report to 
the clinic every three to six months. This is increasing the 
necessity for home visits. 

Early in the year Miss Elizabeth Chester, who is trained 
both in social work and in nutrition work, was secured as a 
second worker in our medical Out-Patient Department. She 
has been assigned to the work with the children who come to 
the nutrition clinic, the group of children not definitely diag- 
nosed as tubercular, and the infant feeding cases in the Out- 
Patient Department which formerly we were not able to cover. 
This arrangement insures the careful supervision of the babies 
who report from the outside to the Out-Patient Department 
and also enables the social worker of the Infants' Hospital to 
ultimately transfer the babies discharged from the Infants' 
Hospital with the knowledge that the work begun will be con- 
tinued as long as necessary. 

Miss Chester has done intensive work on patients who are 
members of Dr. Sisson's premature baby clinic. These babies 

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come to us from the Infants' Hospital and from the Boston 
Lying-in Hospital. 

The nutrition clinic has a membership of thirty-two patients 
with an average attendance of seven. All these children are 
visited in their homes and carefully supervised. These cases 
include hilus gland tuberculosis, questionable pulmonary tuber- 
culosis, and malnutrition, — practically all of them needing 
social treatment. 

In the general clinic Miss Chester has also taken the special 
diet cases — diabetes, nephritis and rickets. 

During the last two months a careful study has been made 
to see how many patients break their appointments. It is 
interesting to discover that there is a daily average of only 
twelve patients who fail to report and that of these twelve an 
average of two, only, need to be followed up from a medical 
standpoint. 

The department has assisted Dr. Emerson and Dr. Green in 
a study of congenital heart disease going back over a period of 
twenty years. 

During 1924 we were assisted greatly by the appropriation 
of #500 given us as a therapeutic relief fund by the Committee 
of the Permanent Charity Fund, Incorporated. We have 
drawn on this fund to provide breast milk for infants on the 
surgical wards when the parents were not able to meet that 
extra expense, — for transportation of children with cardiac 
disease or orthopaedic conditions for whom we have not been 
able to provide volunteer conveyance — for board in private 
homes for two special cases — and for several pieces of appara- 
tus. The total amount expended .was #480.10. The depart- 
ment wishes to express its gratitude for the renewed gift of 
#400.00 received from the Committee of the Permanent Charity 
Fund, Incorporated, for the year 1925. 

We owe much to the interested assistance of six volunteers 
who have given valuable aid in follow-up work, special studies, 
and transportation. 



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The School of Nursing 



THE year 1924 has brought nothing of special moment to 
report. The School of Nursing has endeavored as before 
to serve its double purpose of caring for the patients 
in the wards and the Out-Patient Department and of giving 
the students a course of training which will prepare them to 
meet the health needs of the community after graduation. 

We have more and more to keep in mind that the needs of 
the community are not identical with the needs of hospitals. 
The community needs are usually broader and more inclusive 
than those of any one hospital. If a hospital maintaining a 
school of nursing does not give its students a comprehensive 
course of training it cannot meet the requirements of an ap- 
proved school. Also it will fail to attract applicants in sufficient 
numbers and of the type capable of meeting the demands made 
upon the graduate nurse of to-day. Furthermore, it does not 
seem just to the public, who are helping to support hospitals, 
not to give in return graduate nurses who have had a well 
rounded training which can seldom be given in one hospital. 

It may be of interest to know what we have tried to do along 
these lines. The School is now offering as an elective in the 
senior year the four months course in public health nursing 
given by Simmons College*and the Community Health Asso- 
ciation. This course will provide three months' experience in 
the care of patients in their homes under the direction of the 
able staff of supervisors of the Community Health Association 
and one month of field work with the Family Welfare Society. 
During this time a course is given at the college on the develop- 
ment, methods and technique of public health nursing with 
emphasis upon its social and preventive aspects. Six of our 
senior students, the first to have this privilege, will begin the 
public health course in January. 

As the mental and nervous disturbances which accompany in 
one form or another so large a proportion of all illnesses are 
receiving medical recognition and emphasis, it has become 
essential that student nurses be given at least an insight into 

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this branch of nursing. The State Boards of Registration of 
Nurses have felt it wise to include this subject in the required 
curriculum. To meet this requirement several of the leading 
schools have been able to arrange affiliations with hospitals 
caring for nervous and mental cases. Others are giving a series 
of lectures and clinics which are proving very helpful. 

Two years ago the senior classes of this school and that of 
the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital combined for such a course. 
The close proximity of the Psychopathic Hospital has made it 
possible to have the course given there and to have clinics 
rather than didactic lectures. The importance of mental 
hygiene, beginning in infancy, has been stressed as this is the 
means whereby so much of the mental illness of later years may 
be prevented. We are much indebted to the staff of the Psy- 
chopathic Hospital for the spirit in which they have given this 
very interesting and valuable course. 

It is only during the last few years that the nursing of chil- 
dren has been recognized as an essential part of every nurse's 
course of training. Pediatrics is now one of the required sub- 
jects for all approved schools. And, as few hospitals can give 
their students sufficient clinical experience with infants and 
children, we have had a larger number than ever before of 
applications for pediatric affiliation from hospitals both within 
and without this state. At the beginning of 1924 we had on 
duty seventeen affiliating students who came to us from four 
schools. During the last month affiliations have been arranged 
with the Newton Hospital and the Anna Jacques Hospital of 
Newburyport which will increase this group of students to 
twenty-two. We also have three or four post-graduate students 
in the school most of the time. 

The changes which we have made in our own course and the 
admission of so many students from other schools have brought 
a good many new problems to the executive and teaching staff 
of the School. The schedule of assignments of students to the 
wards so that each will have a fair division of experience has 
become very complex and requires hours of careful study. The 
class schedule has to be made out each week with much care so 
that there will be no conflict of time or place and the instructors 
have had to increase their hours of class-room teaching. 

Our mixed group of students has also necessitated a larger 
graduate staff. In June a member of the class of 1920 who 
has had experience in two other hospitals and a post-graduate 

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course at Teachers College in teaching and administration 
became the special supervisor for the affiliating and post- 
graduate students. She also has certain executive duties in the 
School of Nursing r office. We have added three graduate head 
nurses to our staff which leaves only two wards in charge of 
senior students and these wards are under the direction of a 
graduate supervisor. 

One other important change has been made during 1924. 
Our affiliation with Manhattan Maternity Hospital, which was 
established in 191 5 when obstetrics became an obligatory course, 
has been severed and our students are now going to the Boston 
Lying-in Hospital for this training. The change was made be- 
cause the Lying-in Hospital offered us an excellent three months' 
course with the advantages of broader clinical experience and 
a new and wonderfully equipped hospital. There is the further 
advantage of not having to send students out of town for any 
part of their training. 

For the social and recreational life of the students two things 
have been done this year in addition to the usual parties. Tea 
has been served in the Nurses' Home twice a week. The 
Thursday teas at which two ladies of the Boards of the Children's 
and Infants' Hospitals have acted as hostesses, have been 
especially popular. The enthusiasm of the students is an ex- 
pression of their appreciation of the generous time and effort 
that are being given to make these afternoons so enjoyable. 

A gift from a former student has been used for the nucleus 
of a fiction library. The books have been continuously in cir- 
culation and have given a great deal of pleasure. We hope to 
enlarge the library constantly and shall be very glad of gifts 
of recent novels and subscriptions to a few of the best maga- 
zines. Members of the Welfare Committee and other friends 
of the School have already helped us to further this project. 



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List of Former House Officers 



1882. 


Henry S. Otis 


1898. 


1882. 


George Haven 


1898. 


1882. 


F. W. Knowles, Jr. 


1898. 


1883. 


George F. Tucker 


1898. 


1884. 


Clarence W. Spring 


1899. 


1884. 


John W. Perkins 


1899. 


1885. 


William B. Fiske 


1899. 


1885. 


Homer Gage 


1899. 


1885. 


Percival J. Eaton 


1900. 


1886. 


Charles L. Scudder 


1900. 


1886. 


Nathaniel S. Hunting 


1900. 


1887. 


William E. Fay 


1900. 


1887. 


Rufus E. Darrah 


1901. 


1888. 


Joel E. Goldthwait 


1901. 


1888. 


Frank E. Peckham 


1901. 


1889. 


John H. Huddleston 


1901. 


1889. 


Edward H. Nichols 


1901. 


1890. 


Harold G. Gross 


1902. 


1890. 


George W. Fitz 


1902. 


1890. 


Frank S. Whittemore 


1902. 


1891. 


Frank A. Higgins 


1902. 


1891. 


Edwin P. Stickney 


1902. 


1891. 


Rupert Norton 


1903. 


1892. 


Julio Selva 


1903. 


1892. 


Frederick H. Baker 


1903. 


1892. 


William Cogswell, Jr. 


1903. 


1893. 


Calvin Gates Page 


1903. 


1893. 


Harrison D. Jenks 


1903. 


1893. 


Charles F. Painter 


1904. 


1894. 


Herbert J. Hall 


1904. 


1894. 


Eugene C. Wylie 


1904. 


1894. 


Frederic A. Washburn, Jr. 


1904. 


1895. 


Ernest B. Young 


1904. 


1895. 


Herman T. Baldwin 


1904. 


1896. 


Herman W. Gross 


1904. 


1896. 


Arthur R. Crahdell 


1905. 


1896. 


Edward A. Andrews 


1905. 


1896. 


John C. Pegram, Jr. 


1905. 


1896. 


Harry C. Low 


1905. 


1897. 


Butler Metzger 


190S. 


1897. 


Frank E. Stetson 


1905. 


1897. 


Edwin W. Ryerson 


1905- 


1897. 


Walter C. Howe 


1905- 



Carlton P. Flint 
D. Crosby Greene, Jr. 
Robert Soutter 
Walter C. Bailey 
Charles L. Spaulding 
William W. Howell 
Henry S. Warren 
Charles S. Bryant 
Everett L. Creesy 
Alexander C. Eastman 
Arthur T. Legg 
Percy E. Brown 
Charles B. Wormelle 
Nathaniel Allison 
James W. Sever 
Harold W. Jones 
Robert B. Porter 
Henry I. Bowditch 
Samuel W. Myers 
Louis T. Wilson 
C. H. Dunn 
John D. Adams 
Roger Spalding 
Fred G. Webster 
M. F. Barrett 
F. W. Palfrey 
Beth Vincent 
H. D. Prescott 
W. C. Peters 
Russell S. Rowland 
F. W. George 
Eric St. J. Johnson 
Charles W. Eveleth 
George W. Clark 
Ralph R. Fitch 
Cleaveland Floyd 
George E. Emerson 
Fritz B. Talbot 
George C. Moore 
Eugene B. Mumford 
Horace K. Boutwell 
Clarence W. Keene 
Daniel E. Bartlett 



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1905. 


Thomas A. Storey 


1912. 


E. W. Fiske 


1906. 


John A. Nutter 


I9I3- 


Charles H. Sanford 


1906. 


Willard P. Woodbury 


1913- 


K. G. Percy 


1906. 


William Stickney 


I9I3- 


J. I. Grover 


1906. 


Walter A. Hosley 


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L. B. Robertson 


1906. 


Charles A. Overlander 


I9I3- 


A. E. Myers 


1906. 


William P. Lucas 


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A. G. Helmick 


1906. 


C. E. Bryant 


[9i3- 


Marcus Skinner 


1907. 


Philip H. Sylvester 


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E. B. Mumford 


1907. 


C. A. Reese 


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A. A. Hornor 


1907. 


H. E. Coe 


[9I3- 


P. W. Emerson 


1907. 


J. B. Ayer, Jr. 


[914. 


F. H. Hibben 


1907. 


L. T. Brown 


[914. 


H. S. Woodbury 


1907. 


E. B. Bigelow 


[914. 


L. H. Segar 


1907. 


B. E. Wood 


[914. 


F. R. Ober 


1907. 


William Berkel 


[914. 


W. S. Ramsey 


1908. 


W. W. Marr : 


[914. 


F. D. Larned 


1908. 


J. B. Spencer ] 


[914. 


D. W. Porter 


1908. 


J. B. Manning : 


[914. 


J. D. Benjamin 


1908. 


H. G. Calder ] 


[914. 


P. W. Emerson 


1908. 


R. E. Gates 


[914. 


F. H. Pinckney 


1908. 


F. A. Bartlett ] 


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1909. 


J. H. Young ] 


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R. S. Bromer 


1909. 


R. M. Smith ; 


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D. M. Hassman 


1909. 


W. H. Young ] 


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J. T. Hodgen 


1909. 


A. S. Fletcher 


[915. 


D. W. Porter 


1909. 


R. A. Sadler ] 


I9IS- 


A. R. Cunningham 


1909. 


Sherman Perry ] 


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F. B. Abbott 


1909. 


H. F. Keever ] 


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A. L. Van Meter 


1910. 


A. A. Howard ] 


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L. W. Hill 


1910. 


H. J. Fitz-Simmons 


[916. 


Hugh K. Berkeley 


1910. 


W. T. Frawley 


[916. 


Hyman Green 


1910. 


T. W. Ely 


[916. 


William R. Morse 


1910. 


J. S-. Tomkies 


[916. 


Damon Walthal 


1910. 


A. E. Johann : 


[917. 


William Patrick 


1910. 


W. T. Graham : 


[917. 


Charles W. Bressler 


1910. 


R. T. Hall ] 


[917. 


Joseph H. McGuire 


1910. 


P. C. Jeans ] 


[917. 


Edward King 


1911. 


H. W. Haight ] 


[917. 


Horace M. Baker 


1911. 


B. D. Domser ] 


[917. 


Norman Gillespie 


1911. 


E. F. Lindemann ] 


[917. 


Alton Goldbloom 


1911. 


C. F. Deering ] 


[917. 


Nathan A. Bolotow 


1911. 


J. W. J. Marion ] 


[917. 


Maurice Briggs 


1911. 


A. E. Johann ] 


917. 


Donald S. King 


1912. 


H. S. Parker ] 


917. 


W. Whitefield Hansell 


1912. 


Bronson Crothers ] 


918. 


E. Friedman 


1912. 


F. E. Ross ] 


918. 


Robert M. Lord 


1912. 


J. L. Gamble i 


918. 


Robert E. Ramsey 


1912. 


C. B. Moore ] 


918. 


LeRoy Doolittle 


1912. 


E. T. Wyman ] 


918. 


Abram Goldman 


1912. 


J. E. Dodd ] 


918. 


George H. Jackson, Jr 


1912. 


H. E. Harris 1 


918. 


Gustav Biorkman 



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Eliot Hubbard, Jr. 
B. H. Moore 
John W. O'Meara 
Delos P. Thurber 
Rudolph Dresel 
George P. Hunt 
Jesse B. Griffith 
Lang S. Woo 
Ernest Tso 
Franklin Wilson 
Ernest T. Saeger 
Patrick Gear 
John A. Key 
Thomas H. Lanman 
Joseph M. Ulrich 
Iver F. Selleseth 
Homer A. Rue 
Henry R. Miner 
Theodore P. Herrick 
Walter F. Cole 
Robert W. Lord 
Alfred J. Steinberg 
R. Plato Schwartz 
William Bradford Adams 
Steele F. Stewart 
Harry J. Schott 
Glenn Barber 
J. B. Naive 
Campbell Harvey 
George K. Carpenter 
Walter P. Hogarth 
Paul C. Carson 
Robert M. Lord 
Maurice Adelman 
J. Lawrence Jones 
M. Hines Roberts 
Bernard H. Kyle 



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Donald C. Bell 
Herbert C. Soule 
A. Roland Newsam 
Myron Henry 
Harold H. Hitchcock 
Rudolph L. Dresel 
Maurice Adelman 
Arthur G. Davis 
F. H. H. Mewburn 
F. R. Smith 
Robert O. DuBois 
George E. Daniels 
John D. Ball 
F. L. Forte 
Maxwell Harbin 
Solomon D. David 
Francis S. Smyth 
Samuel Levine 

D. S. Divers 
C. H. Griffin 

E. H. Wilson 
C. B. Bennett 
W. Rogers 

H. F. Rowley 
Carl E. Weigle 
Randolph K. Byers 
Eliot H. Luther 
R. D. Thiery 
H. Lorenzo Emidy 
Ray T. Haig 
Robert L. Goodale 
Richard G. Watson 
Daniel M. Stiefel 
L. D. Smith 
James W. Martin 
Joseph P. Derby 
Alfred H. Washburn 



[139] 



Gifts to The Children's Hospital, I 924 



Scrap Books, Pictures and Magazines 



Agenda Club, First Baptist Church, 

Milton 
Alfred, Me., Daily Vacation Bible 

School 
Allen, Arthur F., Jr. 
Allen, Barbara and Betty 
Ames, Marion 
Ames, Mrs. Oliver 
Atherton, Sarah and Nancy 
Atwood, Mrs. L. H. 
Avlo Publishing Company, Newton 

Upper Falls 
Bacon, Maria J. 
Baer. Mrs. 

Bailey, Mrs. Percy M. 
Barton, Miss Annie 
Bass, H. F. 
Baxter, Betty 
Baxter, Mrs. G. P. 
Bearse, G. C. 
Bearse, Mrs. William F. 
Bemis, Mrs. C. M. 
Benn, Mrs. Jessie, S. S. Teacher 
Besse, Justine 

Bestyet Girls' Club, Dorchester 
Frank Seaver Billings Bed 
Harriet M. Billings Bed 
Billings, Miss Mary A. 
Bishop, F. H. 
Bishop, Mrs. Frederick H. 
Block, A. E. Photo Company 
Bond, Mrs. 
Bond, Mrs. F. D. 
Bowman, Clare and Margaret 
Boytano, Carl 
Bridgman, Florence N. 
Briggs, Miss H. G. 
Brighthelmstone Club, Brighton 
Brooks Road Playground Children, 

Milton 



Brooks, Betty 

Brooks, Mrs. J. H. 

Bugbee, Mrs. Edward E. 

Burnett, Miss Anna H. 

Campbell, Deborah 

Candidates Class, G. F. S., Grace 
Episcopal Church, Medford 

Carter, Mrs. D. W. 

Caswell, Mrs. 

Caswell, Mrs. William W. 

Chandler, Florence Louise 

Chapman, Mrs. Grace E. 

Cheerful Letter, Newton Centre 

Chestnut Hill Branch of the Alliance, 
First Church in Chestnut Hill 

Chi Kappa Kappa Sorority, West 
Roxbury 

Children's Museum, Jamaica Plain 

Childs, Mrs. A. E. 

Christian Endeavor Society, Cam- 
bridge 

Church School Service League, Church 
of the Redeemer, Chestnut Hill 

Cilley, Misses C. and H. 

Clapp, Marjorie S. 

Clark, Jean 

Clark, Mrs. A. E. 

Clark, Mrs. Laura M. 

Clark, Mrs. W. R. 

Clarke, Miss Pearl E. 

Clarridge, Mrs. G. F. 

Clifford, A. 

Coburn, M. E. 

Coburn, M. H. 

Cohen, Ira 

Cole, Olga 

Coles, Miss 

Collins, Mrs. H. Josephine 

Conger, Mr. Luther Stowell 

Crawe, Mrs. Edwin D. 



[140] 



GIFTS 



Crowell, L. C. 

Cunningham, Elsie and Sarah 
Curtis, Mrs. H. G. 
Davidson, Miss 
Davie, Mrs. E. S. 
Davis, E. S. 
Davis, Miss F. W. 
DeGrott, Miss Lucy 
Deshone, Miss 

"Do More Girls," Swedish Congrega- 
tional Church, Brockton 
Dormitzer, H. S. 
Dowd, Mrs. A. D. 
Downer, Miss M. L. 
Dowse, Granton H., Jr. 
Drew, Miss I. 
Dudley, S. Jane 
Dupee, Miss E. 

Dutcher Street School, Hopedale 
Dyer, Miss J. S. 
Dyer, Nathalie Eleanor 
Eastabrooks, Emily and Vincent 
Edmester, S. M. 
Edson, Gertrude 

Ekolela Camp Fire Girls, Newton 
Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. 
Ellison, M. E. 
Endrejat, Mrs. John 
Fay, C. E. Company 
Fenlason, Mrs. C. F. 
Ferguson, E. 
First Baptist Church Sunday School, 

Maiden 
First Congregational Church, Reading 
Foster, Mrs. F. S. 
Four Scrapers Club, Winthrop 
Framingham Lend-a-Hand Club, The 
Frederickson, G. E. 
Gage, Mr. Harold G. I. 
Galahad Club, St. Paul's Church, 

Brookline 
Galvin, G. 

Gannon, Catherine, Inc. 
Gauthier, Bertha 
Gavel, Mrs. George 
Girl Scouts, Brookline 
Girl Scouts, Troop 3, Maiden 
Girl Scouts, Winchester 
Girls' Friendly Society Candidates, St. 

John's Church, Roxbury Crossing 
Girls' Friendly Society, St. Mary's 

Church, Dorchester 



Goodrich, Mrs. N. 

Graham, Louise 

Gramstorff, Miss Olivia 

Grant, Miss Bertha 

Guyot, Miss Doris 

Hamlin, Mrs. A. S. V. 

Hammond, Mr. 

Han-de-ta Girls' Club, First Baptist 
Church, Boston 

Happy Helpers, Cliftondale Congre- 
gational Sunday School 

Harbinger Club, West Roxbury 

Harding, George 

Haven, Mrs. Charles F. 

Hawkesworth, Janet 

Heard, Mrs. John 

Heard, Mrs. John, Jr. 

Herman, Louise 

Hewitt, Miss Dorothy 

Hill, Louise 

Hilltop Circle Junior King's Daugh- 
ters, Mt. Vernon, N. H. 

Hitchcock, Mrs. John 

Hodgdon, Miss Doris 

Hodges, Margaret 

Hoffman, Mrs. Marie 

Holcombe, Mrs. W. G. 

Home Savings Bank, Boston 

Horle, Mr. Ariel 

Horton, Mrs. E. R. 

Hosmer, S. M. 

Hospital Club, Junior High School, 
Watertown 

Hoyt, Mrs. William H. 

Hull, Miss Marguerite 

Hunnewell, Alice 

Hyde, Mrs. Frank 

Ingils, J. A. 

I. O. P. Girls, Robinson Memorial 
Church, Maiden 

I Serve Club, East Boston 

Jackson, Andrew, School, Allston 

Jamaica Plain High School 

James, Miss Ruth Dexter 

Jean, Mary 

Jefferson School, East Weymouth, 

Grade 2 
Johnston, Ruth C. 

Junior Alliance Children, Third Relig- 
ious Society, Dorchester 
Junior Christian Endeavor, Orthodox 
Congregational Church, Arlington 



[141] 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Junior Class, Old South Church, 

Boston 
Junior High School, Waltham, Room 

17 

Junior Red Cross, Boston 

Junior Red Cross, Brunswick, Maine 

Junior Red Cross, Dalton 

Junior Red Cross, Gardner 

Junior Red Cross, Hinsdale 

Junior Red Cross, Hudson 

Juniors, First Congregational Church, 
Chelsea 

Kammler, M. L. 

K. D. Class, Methodist Episcopal 
Sunday School, West Brookfield 

Keeler, Mrs. C. A. 

Keeser, Mrs. George W. 

Kelley, S. A. 

Kimball, Miss Beryle H. 

King, Mrs. William Neil 

Kirby, Miss Margaret A. 

Kollen, Miss Alice 

Lang, Mrs. Thomas 

Lincoln School, Medford, Grade 6 

Lincoln School, Winchester, Grade 2 

Lombard, Mrs. 

Lovejoy, Miss Natalie H. 

Lyon, Mary, School, Brighton 

Lumbert, Mrs. H. G. 

McGinley, Mrs. H. 

McKenzie, Miss Jean 

McKinnon, Miss 

MacCormac, Pearle Butler 

Magnew, A. B. 

Mahoney, Mary M. 

Marston, Mrs. Jacob 

Marvell, Edith 

Mather School, Dorchester, Room 20 

Merritt, Mr. Arthur H. 

Merritt, Mrs. Bertha L. 

Merry Sunshine Club, North Brigh- 
ton Community Centre 

Mills, Marjory 

Milner, M. 

Mixter, Dr. S. J. 

Mixter, Mrs. S. J. 

Monks, Mrs. George H. 

Monroe, Miss 

Moore, Mrs. William Hunt 

Moore, Richard and Rachel 

Morgan, Betsy 

Morgan, William C. 



Murray, A. E. S. 

Musfett, Mr. 

Mystic Side Guild, Everett and 

Maiden 
Nagle, M. F. 

New Century Club, Needham 
Newman, Dorothea 
Nichols, Mrs. A. B. 
Normal School, Boston 
Northboro Vacation School Children 
Ordway School, Amesbury, Grades 3 

and 4 
Ordway School, Amesbury, Grade 5 
Palmquist, Miss Anna 
Park School, Brookline, Group B 
Park Street School, Hopedale 
Parker, Laura 
Parker, M. L. 
Parker, Mrs. J. G. 
Parris, Mrs. Charles A. 
Parsons, Mrs. C. G. 
Payne, Mrs. Richard 
Pearce, Miss Isabel Ellis 
Pease, Laura M. 
Pergamus Club, Wollaston 
Perry, Erlene E. 
Perry, Hazel E. 
Peterson, Evelyn 
Philbrick, Miss H. N. G. 
Phipps, M. Avis 
Pierce, S. S., Company 
Pilgrim League, Brighton 
Porter, Mrs. C. T. 
Potts, H. L. 
Pratt, Mrs. W. A. 
Pratt, Sylvia M. 
Proctor, Virginia 
Prudential Insurance Company of 

America, Newark, N. J. 
Pyne, Miss Gertrude 
Reed, Maria A. 
Reed, Marjorie E. 
Richardson, Miss Gertrude 
Richardson, Mr. 
Rickeley, Lillian M. 
Ricker, H. F. 
Rider, Alice 
Robinson, Janette 
Rogers, Mrs. L. M. 
Roslindale Congregational Church 

School, Service Class 
Rothwell, Mrs. J. M. 



[142] 



GIFTS 



Roxbury Alliance of Unitarian Women 
St. Agnes' Club, St. Mark's Church, 

Malone, New York 
St. Andrews' Church School, Belmont 

St. Paul's Cathedral 

Sanborn, Rebecca T. 

Sanderman, Sybil 

Sanford, Mrs. J. B. 

Saville, Miss H. E. 

Sawtell, Mrs. J. A. 

Scudder, Miss Maude C. 

Second Congregational Church of 
Cohasset 

Second Congregational Church, Dor- 
chester 

Seidenberg, Mrs. Katherine 

Selden, N. P. 

Sharpe, Miss Gertrude F. 

Sheppard, Master Willard 

Sherman, Jennie 

Simmons College, Y. W. C. A. 

Skinner, Amy F. 

Smith's, Miss B. A., Sunday School 
Class 

Smith, Mrs. Henry S. 
Snow, Mrs. A. W. 
Starrett, Alice P. 
Stearns, Miriam 
Stearns, Virginia 
Stevens, Natalie 
Stevenson, Mrs. H. F. 
Stone, Mrs. Malcolm 
Storrow, Mrs. J. J., Jr. 
Storrs & Bement Company 
Strachan, Dorothy 
Stranahan, Mrs. 
Stratton, Miss Louise 
Strickland, Harry 
Sullivan, Mrs. Emma 
Sunbeam Class, Congregational 
Church, Duxbury 



Sundin, Edmund 

Tattrie, Mrs. D. H. 

Taylor, Lois C. 

Templeman, Mrs. P. L. 

Thompson, S. M. 

Thornberg, B. M. 

Thorndike, Mrs. A. A. 

Thorpe & Martin 

Tilden, N. P. 

Tillinghast, Mrs. 

Tisdale, Miss E. L. 

Tolles, Olive F. 

Towle, Miss Evelene M. 

Tuttle, Mrs. C. H. 

United Methodist Church, Boston 

Universalist Publishing House 

Walker, Master Dexter 

Warren, Miss L. E. 

Watertown Junior Endeavor 

Wells, G. M. 

Wesson, Miss 

West Allston School, Room 6 

Wheeler, Miss Eleanor 

Whitney, Mrs. C. H. 

Whittier School, J. G. 

Wide-Awake Club, Pocasset 

Willard School, Cambridge, Grade I 

Wolbach, Dr. 

Wolcott, Edith 

Wolcott, Robert 

Wolcott, S. H., Jr. 

Woman's Miss. Society, Glendale 

Baptist Church 
Women's Federation Christ Church, 

Fitchburg 
Woodrough, C. J. 
"World-Wide Guild," Waltham 
Wright, Hazel & Edna 
Wright, L. M. 
Younkin, Mrs. C. L. D. 
Y. W. C. A. Girls, Cambridge 



Dolls, Games and Toys 



Alpha Chi Omega, New England Con- 
servatory 
Baker, Miss 
Baldwin, Mrs. James 
Baptist Church, Brookline 
Barkoff, Miss 
Barnet, Mrs. Lucias 



Beach, Esther M. 
Beal, H. G. 
Beaman, Mrs. H. C. 
Bearse, Mrs. William F. 
Beggs, Mrs. W. E. 
Bigelow, Miss Eleanor 
Binnean, Sammy 



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Blake, Mrs. Arthur W. 

Blake, Mrs. L. 

Blake, Mrs. Lowell 

Boston Leather Specialties, Inc. 

Bremer, Mrs. J. L. 

Briggs, Miss H. G. 

Brody, Mrs. M. 

Brookhill Thimble Club, Milton 

Brooks, Mrs. Gorham 

Brown, Mrs. 

Burnham, Mrs. Effie 

Busk, Mrs. F. W. 

Codman Guild, C. C, Roslindale 

Chalifoux, Mrs. H. L. 

Chamberlin, Master E. M. 

Chandler, Florence Louise 

Chase, Mrs. C. P. 

John Cheverus School, East Boston, 

Grade 6 
Church School Service League, St. 

Michael's Church, Milton 
Class of Doll Makers, Theodore Ly- 
man, School, East Boston 
Coburn, M. E. 
Colton, Hiram W. 
Conant, Dr. and Mrs. 
Cornwall, Willard 
Cox, Nancy 
Cutler, Mrs. Charles 
Cutler, W. W. 
Dana, Mrs. Gordon 
Daniels, Priscilla 
Daniels, Rosemond 
Davis, Annette S. 
DeCormia, Anna and Constance 
Dempsey, Mrs. 
Dolan, Marcelle 
Dorcas Society, Atlantic M. E. 

Church 
Dyer, Nathalie E. 
Eames, Mrs. 

Easterbrooks, Emily and Vincent 
Elliott, Mrs. Samuel 
Emerson, John 

Farm and Garden Shop, Boston 
Farnsworth, Mrs. W. 
Farnum, Warner 
Faxon, Elizabeth 
Fay, T. T. 

Federation of Christ Church, Fitch- 
burg 
Fenno, Mrs. L. C. 



Filene Co-operative Association 

Folger, Mrs. Ellen 

Ford, Mrs. Edward C. 

Ford, Mrs. Francis J. W. 

Fox, W. S. 

French, Mrs. Charles W. 

Gavel, Mrs. George 

Gay, Miss Marian 

Gilman, Mrs. T. R. 

Girl Scouts, Boston 

Girl Scouts, Troop i, Jamaica Plain 

Gordan, Mrs. W. 

Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Saul S. 

Gould, Mrs. John 

Gramstorff, Miss Olivia 

Greene, Mrs. Henry C. 

Gwynne, Miss Fanny Lee 

Hall, Mrs. 

Hall, Mrs. D. M. 

Hall, Mrs. G. W. 

Halley, William J. 
Hamilton, Mrs. H. F. 
Harding, Mrs. L. B., Jr. 
Hardy, Mrs. C. A. 

Hilltop Circle Junior King's Daugh- 
ters, Mt. Vernon, N. H. 
Hitchcock, Mrs. John 
Hospital Club, Hosmer School, Water- 
town 
Houghton, Miss Elizabeth 
Hovey, Mrs. Chandler 
Huchison, Mrs. J. M. 
I Serve Club, East Boston Unitarian 

Society 
Jacobs, Mrs. S. M. 
James, Allertar 
Jewett, Mrs. Freeland 
Johnson, Ruth 
Johnston, Ruth C. 
Junior Department Bible School, 

First Baptist Church, Maiden 
Karnheim, Miss Dorothy 
King, Mrs. C. A. 
Knowlton, A. G. 
Little Red Lark Club 
Lloyd, Elizabeth 
Loring, C. G. 
Lowe, Virginia 

Mary Lyon School, Brighton, Grade 4 
McDonald, K. and M. 
Manning, E. G. 
Maplewood Century Club, Maiden 



[144] 



GIFTS 



Milton Bradley Company- 
Milton Women's Club 
Mitchell, Mildred 
Mixter, Dr. Charles 
Monroe, E. L. 

New Century Club, Needham 
Newell, Eleanor 
Nesmith, Sarah J. 
Ogdon, Eleanor 
Osmond, W. H. 
Pendleton, Mrs. Georgiana 
Perry, Miss A. S. 
Persson, Mr. Gustaf 
Plymouth Reading Club, Maiden 
Porter, Mrs. Wallace 
Purtell, H. E. 
Ragle, Mrs. B. H. 
Raymond, Mrs. J. S. 
Reed, Marjorie E. 
Richardson, Mrs. F. M. 
Rothwell, Mrs. J. M. 
Russell, Mrs. C. T. 
St. John's Church, Roxbury 
Sanctuary Freedom Society 
Schaefer, Adele 
Scudder, Betty and Sally 
Second Church in Dorchester 
Sheddon, Mrs. 
Sheppard, W. P., Jr. 
Silverman, Mrs. J. J. 



Skilton, Margaret 

Smith, Mrs. F. A. 

Snow, Mrs. George A. 

Snow, Mrs. W. B., Jr. 

Social Six Helpers 

Sprague, Miss Frances W. 

Storrow, Mrs. J. J., Jr. 

Stratford Street Daily Vacation Bible 

School, West Roxbury 
Thompson, Mrs. Henry 
Tourtellotte, Ella 
Trafford, Mrs. B. W. 
Tylor, Miss M. L. 
Union Congregational Church, May- 

nard 
Unitarian Church Sunday School, 

Medfield 
Wentworth, Mrs. Stafford 
"Wetonk" Campfire Girls 
Wheeler, Mrs. E. C, Jr. 
White, Miss Harriet R. 
Williams, Mrs. W. G. 
Winslow, Sylvia 
Winton, Mrs. H. C. 
Wolbach, Dr. 
Woodrough, C. J., First M. E. Church, 

Jamaica Plain 
Woodward, M. A. 
Wyzanski, Mrs. M. 



Flowers and Plants 



Abbott, Mrs. Gordon 

Adams, Miss Mollie 

Adams, Mr. John 

Aldrich, Mr. 

All Around Dickens Club 

All Saints Church, Brookline 

Anderson, Mrs. Frances 

Anderson, Mrs. Larz 

Atwood, Mrs. Otis 

Austin, Harold R. 

Ayer, Mrs. W. P. 

Babey, Emeline M. 

Bacon, A. Barry 

Ball, Dr. Willard D. 

Barker, Mr. Hubert L. 

Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson S. 

Belden, David A. 

Berry, Miss Mabel G. 



Binney, Mr. Henry P. 

Bluestein, Evelyn 

Boothby, Miss Lucy 

Boston Professional Hockey Team 

Bradbury, Mrs. Frederick Thomas 

Bradlee, P. E. 

Bradlev, Mrs. Harry 

Brock,'M. E. H. 

Brockway, Mrs. L. H. 

Brooks, Mrs. Walter B. 

Brown, Mrs. Florence T. 

Carbone 

Carleton, Guy E. 

Carling, Mrs. Bessie S. 

Carlson, Mr. Charles 

Carver, Mr. Eugene P., Jr. 

Chamberlain, Mr. Charles L. 

Chickering, Misses 



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Childs, Mary E. 

Chilton Club 

Churchill, Mr. Charles B. 

Clark, Mrs. H. N. 

Conley the Florist 

Converse, Mrs. C. C. 

Coolidge, Mrs. Harold 

Cosmopolitan Club, Atlantic 

Cox, Nancy 

Crocker, Mrs. A. P. 

Crowell, Kathryn 

Curry, Mr. Haskell B. 

Danforth, Mrs. Kate 

Davison, Miss Nellie 

Davison, Mrs. 

Davol, Mrs. 

Deckard, Mrs. M. Gertrude 

Deerfield Street Garden Children 

de Florez, Peter 

Dexter, Mr. Gordon 

Dickie 

Dietzman School, Clinton 

Dunbar, Ralph W. 

Edgehill, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. 

Elliott, Mrs. James W. 

Ellsworth, Mr. George L. 

Emery, Mrs. Charles H. 

Endicott, John 

Endicott, Mrs. 

Fairchild, Mrs. Helen M. 

First Parish Church, West Roxbury 

Folsom 

Frank, Melvin 

Freedman, Helen 

Frost, Mrs. Mary S. Hornby 

Galloupe, Mr. F. R. 

Galvin, Thomas F., Inc. 

Garrison School, William L. 

Gibson, Frank L. and family 

Giddings, Mrs. Lestor P. 

Gilbert, Miss Helen C. 

Gilbert, Mrs. Charles T. 

Gilcreas, Mrs. Alice B. 

Gilmore, Mrs. Fred 

Girl Scouts of Boston 

Girl Scouts, Troop I, Jamaica Plain 

Girl Scouts, Troop I, West Roxbury 

Gleasondale M. E. Church Sunday 

School 
Goldfine, Adele and Jacqueline 
Gove, Mrs. Jesse M. 
Grant, Mrs. Sara 



Grass, Ruth 

Griffin, Mr. 

Harding, Mr. W. P. G. 

Harrington, Mr. Smith B. 

Harris, Mrs. Samuel C. 

Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. 

Hearsey, Mildred 

Hemenway School, Mary 

Herbert Date Company 

Hirshfield, Mrs. R. H. 

Hobbs, Mrs. Conrad 

Hodges, Mr. George C. 

Holmes, Mrs. Edward B. 

Holt, James W. 

Homer School, Grade 4, Belmont 

Hosmer, Mrs. Sidney 

Howard, Mrs. F. L. 

Howes, Miss 

Hoyt, Mr. George H. 

Hunnewell, Miss Louise 

Hunt, Edwin C. 

Hyneman, Mrs. Asher 

Ide, Mrs. Elizabeth W. 

Jensen, Mr. C. A. 

Junior Red Cross, Clinton 

Kennedy, Mrs. 

Keyes, Ethel 

Kidder, Mrs. Antoinett K. 

King, Mr. Charles 

King, Mrs. Gratia C. 

Lancaster, Mrs. C. N. 

Landers, Miss Frances 

Langmaid, Miss 

Laselle, Mr. L. D. 

Lentell, Mr. George Waldo 

Lewis, Allan 

Lillis, Dorothy 

Liner, Rose 

Lodge, Miss 

Lothrop, Miss Margaret 

Loveland, Miss Elizabeth 

Lovett, Mrs. Robert W. 

Lowell School Garden, Boston 

McCracken, Miss Susan C. 

MacKinnon, Mr. Robert H. 

Maloon, Miss Katherine 

Mann, Mrs. Alice G. 

Marshall, Mr. Thomas R. 

Massachusetts Retail Lumber Dealers 

Association 
May, Dr. J. S. 
Mead, Mrs. Frederick S. 



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GIFTS 



Metcalfe, Mrs. 

Mills, Mrs. 

Mitchell, Mr. C. H. 

Mixter, Mrs. Samuel J. 

Moseley, Mrs. F. S. 

Moynes, Mrs. Sophia C. 

Muncelle, Mrs. 

Naramore, Frank J. 

Neilsen, Miss 

New Old South Church, Boston 

Newton, Mrs. Ada 

Nichols, Mrs. Henry A. 

Niles, Mrs. Marjorie M. 

Nims, Mr. Wallace L. 

Nutting, John W. 

Nutting, Mr. Warren A. 

Nutting, Mrs. 

Olney, Mr. Wilson 

Page, Phillip S. 

Palmer, Inc., F. E. 

Parker, Mr. Ernest H. 

Parker, Mrs. George 

Parker, Torrance, Sr. 

Patrick, Miss Lucy 

Perkins, Mr. Charles B. 

Perrin, Mrs. 

Perry, Jane and Caroline 

Peters, Mr. George G. 

Pierce, Mrs. Vassar 

Pope, Mrs. 

Preed, Milda S. C. 

Prescott, Mrs. Edna D. 

Preston, Mrs. B. W. 

Priest, Miss Emily 

Putnam, Mrs. Louise 

Putnam, Mrs. William L. 

Rea, Mrs. James 

Reimer, Ruth and Doris 

Richards, Elise B. 

Richards, Prof. Robert H. 

Roberts, Pearl 

Rogers, E. H. 

Root, Mrs. George H. 

Russell, Mr. and Mrs. James W., Jr. 

Rutherford, Mrs. 

Safer, Betty 

St. Paul's Church, Brookline, Primary 

Class 
St. Steven's Church, Cohasset 



Sargent, Mr. F. L. 

Schellenberg, Benjamin 

Schlemm, Mrs. Robert P. 

Schwartz, Benjamin 

Scotch Presbyterian Church, Boston 

Sears, Mr. Edward S. 

Severance, Mrs. W. R. 

Sharp, Frances 

Shaw School Garden, Robert Gould 

West Roxbury 
Sherman, Mrs. 
Solby, Dr. Irving 
Soutter, Mrs. Robert 
Spalding, Mrs. William A. 
Splane, Mr. R. H. 
Sprague, P. W. 
Stearns, Mr. George H. 
Stephens, Mr. Frank G. 
Sutherland, Mr. Frank 
Tandy, M. E. F. 
Taylor, C. L. 

Taylor, Miss Elizabeth French 
Temple Israel, Boston 
Temple Ohabei Shalom Religious 

School, Boston 
Tenney, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. 
Thomas, Mrs. Horace 
Unitarian Sunday School, Concord 
Vance, Alison 
Van Kleeck, Mrs. Walter 
Vincent, Mrs. 
Warner, Mr. William S. 
Warren, Mr. Bayard 
Waterman & Sons, J. S. 
Waterman, Mrs. Frank S. 
Watts, Mrs. Frank 
Webb & Doe 
Wehewo Campfire Girls 
Weld, Mrs. Charles G. 
Weld, Mrs. B. C. 
Wellman, Mrs. Sargent H. 
Whitman, Mrs. 
Whitney, Enid 
Wiggin, Mrs. Annie G. 
Wilby, Mr. C. B. 
Wiley, Mr. 

Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. 
Wilson, Helen L. 
Youngman, Miss 



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Clothing and Knitted Articles 



All Around Dickens Club 

Allen, Miss Barbara 

Bailey, Mrs. J. L. 

Baptist Church, Brookline 

Beal, Mr. W. B. 

Beard, Miss Bonnie 

Borden, Mrs. C. R. C. 

Boursa Turkish Towel Company 

Bradley, Mrs. J. D. C. 

Brooks, Mrs. Gorham 

Brooks, Mrs. William 

Brophy, Mrs. A. S. 

Carter, Miss Fannie E. 

Chamberlain, Master E. M. 

Childs, Mrs. A. E. 

Chute, Mrs. E. H. 

Cohen, Carolyn 

Cooper, Miss Isabelle 

Covington, Mrs. H. D. 

Cowles, Mrs. 

Cutler, Mrs. George D. 

Danworth, Miss Grace 

Davidson, Miss 

Davis, Mrs. H. C. 

Devine, Miss Helen 

Douglas, Mrs. William Lewis 

Ekolela Camp Fire Girls 

Emergency Relief Dept. of Women's 

Guild, Brookline 
Fenno, Mrs. L. C. 
Furber, Mrs. E. L. 
Girl Scouts, Troop 3, Maiden 
Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Saul S. 
Gowing, Mrs. J. S. 
Gregory, Mrs. 
Grout, Mrs. Laura M. 
Harding, Mrs. L. B., Jr. 
H. G. L. Club 
Hinckley, A. E. 
Hosmer, Katherine 
Hosmer, Miss Mary L. 
Jagger, Mrs. Thomas 
James, Mrs. Ellery 
Jennings, Mrs. J. A. 



Johnson, Mrs. Albert E. 
Jonett, G. K. 
Kelsey, Mrs. 
Keyes, Mrs. H. N. 
King, Mrs. A. E. 
Knapp, Mrs. 
Leavitt, Mrs. C. W. 
Lombard, Mrs. 
Lovett, Mrs. C. W. 
McGinley, Mrs. H. 
Means, Mrs. Robert 
Mills, Mrs. Harry 
Miner Charitable Society 
Monks, Mrs. G. H. 
Montgomery, Mrs. 
Morrison, Mrs. Anna 
Morissey, Mrs. Anna T. 
Mullowney, Mrs. Edward 
Perry, Mrs. L. H. 
Pitkin, Mrs. William H. 
Preston, Miss E. M. 
Putnam, Mrs. George 
Putnam, Mrs. William A. 
Raymond, R. 

Relief Department, Leyden Congre- 
gational Church 
Rhodes, Priscilla 
Rosnosky, Henry 

St. Mark's M. E. Church, Brookline 
Sears, Mr. Richard 
Seeley, Mrs. 

S. 0. S. Club, Brookline 
Sutton, Mrs. William 
Thornberg, C. P. 
Townsend, Miss A. R. 
Velarde, Mrs. D. O. 
Warren, Mrs. Samuel 
Watson, Mrs. 
Watson, Mrs. Francis T. 
Weld, Mrs. C. G. 
White, Mrs. 
Woodbury, Mrs. R. H. 
Wrightington, Mrs. Edgar M. 
Young, Mrs. Harold 



Fruits, Jellies and Vegetables 



All Saints Church Primary Children, Almy, Mrs. 
Brookline Ames, F. L. 



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GIFTS 



Appleton, Mr. S. 

Bacon, Mrs. Gaspar G. 

Chestnut Hill School 

Child Welfare Committee of the Mass. 
Dept. of the Women's Relief Corps. 

Coolidge, Mrs. Harold 

Disciples School, Church of the Dis- 
ciples 

Dodge, Mrs. R. G. 

Fall, Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. 

Farm and Garden Shop 

Girl Scouts of Boston 

Girl Scouts, Troop I, Jamaica Plain 



Haines, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. 

Jones, Evelyn F. 

Jones, Mr. 

Mather School, Dorchester, Room 20 

Norfolk Neighborhood Club, Norfolk 

Park School Kindergarten, Brookline 

Ruder, Dr. Frederick 

Ryan, Mrs. James 

Schoolman, Mrs. 

Temple Ohabei Shalom Religious 

School 
Towle, Mrs. L. D. 



Candy 



Abar, Mrs. 

American Legion Fair, Dorsey Post 

Bailey's 

Hunnewell, Mrs. James M. 

Huyler's 

Johnson, Mrs. L. A. 

Pierce, S. S., Company 



Rosenthal, Bob, Jane and Barbara 
St. Paul's Church, Brookline 
Selden, Nellie C. 
Sutherland, Mrs. 
Thornton, Mrs. Harry 
White, Miss Harriet R. 



Miscellaneous 

Services of 101st Infantry Band, Theatre Tickets, Phono- 
graphs, Clocks, Furniture, Swimming Tank, Use of Pulmotor, 
Loan of Piano, and other gifts. 



Abbott, Mrs. Gordon 
Ahlborn, E. 
Ames, Mrs. Oliver, Jr. 
Arms, Mrs. Alvin, Jr. 
Baer, Mrs. Louis 
Banks, Miss Harriet 
Benson, Mrs. 
Bock, Estate of Miss Ida 
Boston League of Women Voters 
Brophy, A. S. 
Chamberlain, Ned 
Curley, His Honor James M. 
Curtis, Mrs. H. G. 
Cutler, Mrs. 
de Florez, Peter 

Dennison Manufacturing Company 
Eliot, Mrs. Samuel 
Executive Committee Infants' Hos- 
pital 
Fire Dept., Rescue No. 1, Boston 
Fowler, Miss Jessie 



Fuller, Edward 

Hambro, H. E. 

Harte, Mrs. Richard 

Hillier, Mrs. Charles 

Jackson, W. S. 

James, Mrs. E. 

James Marsh Jackson League, Boston 

Johnson, Mrs. Albert 

Keville, W. J. 

Kemble, Mrs. L. G. 

King, Mrs. A. E. 

Ladd, Miss Nancy 

Lamprey, Mr. 

Leavitt, Rev. Ashley 

Levin, Maxine 

Leyden Congregational Church, 

Brookline, 
Linsky, Mrs. I. 
Locke, Miss Lucy 
Locke, Mrs. 
Lothrop, Miss 



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Lothrop, Miss Mary B. 

Lothrop, Mrs. T. K. 

Lyman, Ruth B. 

McGilleary, May 

Macomber, Mrs. Henry Seymour 

Mellin's Food Company 

Mixter, Dr. S. J. 

Mixter, Mrs. S. J. 

Monks, Mrs. George 

Morse, Mrs. Robert C. 

Moss, Helene 

Norfolk Neighborhood Club 

Old North Bridge Society, Concord 

Phi Sigma Phi, Dorchester 

Pierce, Mrs. Silas 

Plimpton, Mrs. Charles H. 

Pope, Henry 

Reading Grange Community Service 

Rowan, Mrs. A. J. 

Russell, Mrs. R. S. 

Selden, L. P. 



Sheafe, Mrs. W. M. 
Silsbee, Miss 
Silsby, Mrs. 
Smith, Mrs. H. 
Stillman, Mrs. Carl S. 
Surgical Dressings Committee 
Taggard, Mrs. Henry 
Taplin, Elizabeth 
Trimble, Lawrence 
Tuckerman, J. W. 
Warren, Helen S. 
Warren, Mrs. Samuel 
Weld, Mrs. B. C. 
Wheeler, Mrs. H. C. 
Wiles, Mrs. A. E. 
Williams, Miss 
Winslow, Miss 
Wodell, Mrs. Joseph 
Woman's Missionary Society, First 
Baptist Church, Dorchester 



Christmas Donations, 1924 



Adams, Kenneth, scrap books 
Ames, Mrs. John, toys 
Animal Rescue League, toys, fruit 
Appleton, M. E., stockings of toys 
A. R. C. Juniors, Hinsdale, scrap 

books, paper animals, Christmas 

wreaths 
A. R. C. Juniors of N. E., toys 
A. R. C. Metropolitan Chapter, candy 

baskets 
Arlington Street Church, scrap books 
Atherton, Mrs. Louis M., toys 
Bailey, Mrs. J. A., U. N. T. Club, dolls 
Baker, Mrs. Ella, scrap books 
Barnstable Cheerful Letter, scrap 

books 
Beal, Helen, S. S. Class, dolls 
Bean, Marjory, scrap books 
Beaver County Day School, worsted 

balls, scrap books 
Belliveau, Virginia, books 
Betty, Jane, candy 
Billerica Junior Chautauqua, dolls 
Blackington, Miss Pauline, scrap books 
Boston Ethical Society, scrap books 
Boston Kiwanis Club, toys 
Bradlee, Mr. Henry G., books, games, 

dolls 



Brighton Girls' Club, gifts 

Brookline Kiwanis Club, toys, games 

Brooks School, W. Medford, 7th 
grade, dolls, games 

Brophy, Mrs. A. S., clothing, dolls 

Campfire Girls, Melrose, scrap books 

Campfire Girls, Newburyport, dolls 

Central Church, games 

Chandler Secretarial School, Christ- 
mas tree, gifts 

Church of Our Father, Cheerful Let- 
ter, scrap books 

Chute, Mrs. Ernest H., afghan 

Collins, Miss A. M., puzzles, games, 
toys 

Concord First Parish Children, toys, 
gifts 

Constantine, Georgiana, dolls 

Cornish, Miss, scrap books 

Couch, Miss Elizabeth, dolls, toys 

Couch, Mrs. William, toys 

Crowell, L. C, scrap books 

D. A. R., John Hancock Chapter, 
afghan 

Denton, Mrs. George, two rocking- 
horses 

Dodd, Mrs. Henry W., gifts 

Dolan,. Mrs. Archie B., playthings 



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GIFTS 



Dorchester Second Church S. S., 

scrap books 
Dreyfus, Mrs. Carl, toys 
"Earnest Workers' Club," Wilder 

Vt., dolls, scrap books 
Emanuel Baptist Church, Junior S. S., 

baskets of fruit 
Faulkner, Miss Fanny, 78 dolls, 30 

reins 
Forge Ahead S. S. Class, Maiden, 

books 
Foster Brothers, Christmas cards 
Gerrish, Miss, gifts 
Gifford' School, First to Sixth grades, 

Winchester, fruit, candy 
Gilbert, Mrs. C. T., toys, books 
Gilbert Stuart School, "The Stars" 

of Room 1, scrap books 
Girls' Club, Christ Church, Hyde 

Park, dolls 
Girls' Friendly Society, Andover, 

scrap books 
Girl Scouts, Troop 1, Hopedale, scrap 

books 
Girl Scouts, Troop 1, Mattapan, dolls 
Girl Scouts, Troop 2, Mattapan, 

flannel cats 
Go-Hawks of Squantum, dolls, toys 
Gold, Frank, apples 
Goldsmith, Mrs. B. H., fruit, candy 
Gregerson, Miss N. S., albums 
Hackett, Mrs., toys, candy 
Hall, Anna, paper dolls 
Hammett, N. A., scrap books 
Harvard Church S. S., Miss Porter's 

Class, toys, dolls 
Helping Hand Club^Dorchester, toys, 

candy 
Hittinger, Mrs. R., scrap books 
Hodges, Margaret, books, games 
Home Pharmacy, rattles 
Howell, Mrs. Charles H., toys 
Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. Eliot, toys 

for boys 
Hunnewell, Mrs. Henry S., drums 
Huntington School Dramatic Club, 

Juniors, games, toys 
Islington Community S. S., Primary 

Department, baby's outfit 
Jefferson School, Eighth grade, toys, 

games 
Jones, Miss Eleanor, oranges 



Joyce's, Miss F. R., Salesmanship 

Class, rag dolls 
Keiser, H. H., scrap books 
Kennedy, M. A., scrap books 
Kind Thought Club, Christmas gifts 
King's Daughters, South Boston, dolls 
Ladies' Aid Society, Baker Memorial 

Church, large doll 
Liggett, Mrs. L. K., doll 
Loring, Mrs. Homes, flowers 
Lothrop, Miss M. B., candy cones 
Lothrop, Mrs. T. K., oranges, apples 
Lowell School, Industrial Eighth 

grade, dolls 
McAuliffe, Phillip, magazines 
Mahan, Mrs. F. A., stockings of toys 
Manning, E. G., toys 
Maplewood Church Service Club, 

books, cats 
Medfield Unitarian S. S.^ toys, candy 
Mellor, Mrs. J., dolls, books, games 
Monks, Mrs. George H., drums 
Monroe, Mrs. E. S., games, books 
Moody, Mrs. R. H., scrap books 
Mothers' and Homemakers' Club, 

Roxbury School Centre, games, 

books 
Much-Awake-Club, Dorchester, dolls 
Munn, Eugene E., Jr., scrap books 
Mystic School, Third and Fourth 

grades, scrap books 
N. E. Dairy and Food Council, Inc., 

drawing books 
Norfolk Federated S. S., books, games, 

dolls 
Pearce, Miss I. E., scrap books, paper 

dolls 
Peirce, Charlotte, stockings of toys 
Peterson, Burton, gifts 
Phillips School, Watertown, toys 
Putnam, Mrs. G. E. B., candy 
Rankin, E., doll, clothing 
Ranney, Miss Louise, dolls, toys 
Revere Unitarian S. S., books, candy 
Reynolds, Mrs. B. C, gifts 
Richardson, Henry, Juliette and 

Charles, scrap books 
Riverdale Congregational S. S., gifts 
Robbins School, Waltham, Second 

grade, scrap books 
Rothwell, Junia, toys 



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Rousmaniere Class of St. Paul's Cathe- 
dral, toys 

Roxbury Presbyterian Church S. S., 
toys, dolls 

Russell, Miss Rae M., games, books 

Russell, Mrs. Richard S., pine boughs 

St. Ansyrus Church, candy, dolls 

St. John's S. S. Class, Dedham, books, 
dolls 

Salem Second Church S. S., scrap 
books 

Samoset Chocolate Company, tree and 
trimmings 

Seabury, Mrs. E. K., stocking dolls 

Shafer, Babette, gifts 

Shearer, Mrs. William L., dolls, candy, 
gifts 

Shriners' Circus, two barrels apples, 
two cases oranges 

Sieswerda, John and David, gifts 

Smith, Mrs., dolls 

Smith, Mrs. Edward E., cookies, bis- 
cuits for Dickens' Bed 

South Yarmouth Women's Club, 
Christmas bags, dolls, clothing 

Stoneham Women's Club, Vol. Serv- 
ice Com., bags of candy, animal 
crackers 

Strauss, Leon and Ferdinand, toys 

Sutton, Mrs. William, sweaters, muf- 
flers, bags of candy and crackers 

Swan, Mrs. Charles L., Jr., gifts 

Taylor, Mrs. Moseley, toys 



Temple, Mrs. R. B., scrap books 
Tibbetts, L. E., toys, candy 
Torbort, Margaret, worsted dolls 
Tri-mu Class, Melrose Baptist Church, 

gifts 
Underwood, Mrs. C. J., rag dolls, yarn 

balls 
Walsh, Mr. and Mrs., books 
Warren, Mrs. Samuel, pine boughs 
Weld, Mrs. A. Winsor, trees 
Weld, Mrs. Charles G., babies' dresses 
Welden, Margaret, scrap books 
Wellesley Chapter Intercollegiate 

Community Service, 50 dolls 
West Newton Unitarian S. S., Fourth 

Class, subscription to Youth's Com- 
panion and Boys' Life 
Whitcomb, E. J., toys 
Whitney, Mrs. Franklin, doll, clothing 
Whitney, Mrs. G. M., gifts 
Wilson, Mrs. Richard, toys for O.P.D. 
Wittens, Henrietta, books, games 
Wollaston Junior King's Daughters, 

toys 
Woman's Cosmopolitan Club, toys 
Woods, G. M., scrap books 
Wright, Mrs. A. W., books, magazines 
Wyman School, Winchester, Room 3, 

Santas 
Young, Charlotte, Lorraine, Benny 

and Barbara, toys, games, books 
Y. W. C. A., Boston, boxes of toys 



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Gifts to The Children's Hospital 

Linen Donated for 1924 by the Managers of the 
Convalescent Home 



Blankets 66" x 72" 100 

Bibs 200 

Blouse waists, cotton 140 

Diapers 2,000 

Drawers 80 

Night gowns, babies' 238 

Night gowns, children's 165 

Pillow slips, children's 494 

Pillow slips, babies' 50 

Red jackets 240 

Sheets, children's 200 

Sheets, babies' 90 

Sheets, draw ■ 200 

Shirts, flannelette 100 

Towels, children's, i-yard 238 

Towels, children's ^2-yard 300 

Towels, dressing 400 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

WELLESLEY HILLS 




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Officers of The Convalescent Home 



President 
Mrs. George H. Monks 



Vice-President 
Miss Mary B. Lothrop 



Honorary Vice-President 
Mrs. Horatio G. Curtis 



Treasurer 
Mr. Samuel H. Hooper 



Assistant Treasurer 
Mrs. I. McD. Garfield 



Secretary 
Mrs. Robert Amory 



Managers 



Mrs. Edwin F. Atkins, Jr. 
Mrs. George P. Denny 
Mrs. John L. Hall 
Mrs. Henry S. Hunnewell 
Miss Elizabeth Linzee 
Mrs. Edward Reynolds 



Mrs. William E. Stanwood 
Mrs. Frederick W. Thayer 
Mrs. A. Winsor Weld 
Miss Mary Weld 
Mrs. Stephen M. Weld 
Mrs. Alexander Whiteside 



List of Helpers 



Mrs. Charles B. Amory Mrs. 

Mrs. Robert D. Andrews Mrs. 

Mrs. L. D. Beal Miss 

Mrs. Alanson Bigelow Miss 

Miss Sarah F. Bradlee Mrs. 

Mrs. Henry Brooks Mrs. 

Mrs. Lincoln F. Brigham Mrs. 

Mrs. John C. Cobb Mrs. 

Miss Alice R. Cole Miss 

Mrs. Algernon Coolidge Mrs. 

Miss Anna W. Cutler Mrs. 

Miss E. Dalton Mrs. 

Mrs. Robert W. Emmons, 2nd Mrs. 

Mrs. William Endicott Mrs. 



William Farnsworth 
Edward Gilchrist 
A. D. Hooper 
Mary Hunnewell 
E. F. Leland 
W. S. Lothrop 
Henry G. Nichols 
Frederick Parker 
Ellen P. Rice 
S. Parkman Shaw 
S. Parkman Shaw, Jr. 
Walter K. Sturgis 
John E. Thayer 
C. Minot Weld 



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The Convalescent Home of The 
Children's Hospital 



Wellesley Hills 
Massachusetts 



THE Managers of The Convalescent Home of The Chil- 
dren's Hospital present to the public their fortieth annual 
report. 

This has been a very active and encouraging year, the Home 
having treated 425 children, of whom 38 paid in full, 143 paid 
in part and 244 received free care. We have no definite rules 
as to the length of time a child stays at the Home, the usual 
time is from three weeks to three months, but many individual 
cases remain for six months or longer. As we are purely a 
Convalescent Home it is a question whether it is a wise policy 
to care for so many long cases which prevent our admitting 
a larger number of patients who would be greatly benefited 
by a comparatively short stay at the Home. We should not let 
ourselves become clogged with cases which are practically 
chronic. Perhaps the following specific case will more clearly 
illustrate this point. A case of osteomyelitis was operated on 
at The Children's Hospital, the child had to remain in bed, feel- 
ing well, eating well and only requiring daily dressings for six 
weeks until the second and final operation could take place. 
All this six weeks should have been spent at the Convalescent 
Home in the country which would have benefited the child 
but there was no bed available at the Home. Furthermore if 
this child could have been cared for at the Home it would have 
freed a bed at the Hospital and during those six weeks four 
or five acute cases could have been admitted, cured and sent 
home. This is only one fairly typical case and there are many 
more like it. Our proportion among the services averages 
about 35 or 40 Orthopedic, 25 Medical and about 12 Surgical 

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THE MANAGER'S REPORT 

cases. Splendid cures are made with the Medical and Surgical 
cases and many Orthopedic, but 'those that are chronic we are 
forced to pass on to other institutions such as the Peabody 
Home, the Tuberculosis Home at Mattapan, the Massachusetts 
State Hospital at Canton, or into private homes that have been 
well investigated by the Children's Aid or the Children's Mis- 
sion to Children, the latter being a most splendid organization 
which has for years placed out most successfully many of our 
destitute cripples, and we owe them a debt of gratitude for 
their being able to continue the work we had begun. 

Another of our problems has always been that of contagion 
and we have in recent years tried to have the most modern 
point of view in regard to it. This year our work seems to 
have borne fruit for we have had fewer infectious diseases than 
ever before. Dr. Blackfan has made rigid rules and insists on 
the Schick test, a culture of the throat and a careful examina- 
tion of the child the morning that it is brought from the Hos- 
pital to the Home. 

The high efficiency of our work could not be maintained 
were it not for the untiring devotion and ability of Miss Guil- 
lod who continues as head nurse, and it redounds to her credit 
that during her illness of seven weeks her well trained assist- 
ants carried on the work of the Home in a most satisfactory 
and willing manner. 

After twenty-six years of faithful service our Superintendent, 
John T. Bird has resigned. He came in very close contact 
with the children for it was he that for years drove them in the 
ambulance from the Hospital to the Home, and many are the 
children that his warm heart cheered and comforted on that 
long ride. He took intense interest in the children and they in 
turn showed their affection for him. 

This year the kindergarten work has been most successfully 
taught by Miss Chamberlain. She not only keeps the children 
most happily occupied, but has also added to their health by 
exercises planned by the doctors, but so interpreted by her that 
the children think they are play. Her mother, Mrs. Chamber- 
lain, contributed her time two days a week for six months 
teaching the older children. Her work was so well done that 
these children were able to go into their correct grades when 
they returned to their schools this fall. 

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THE CONVALESCENT HOME 

Each week during the winter the Managers, with a valuable 
corps of helpers meet at the Nurses' Home under the skilled 
direction of Mrs. Thayer and cut out about 10,000 articles used 
by the children at both the Hospital and the Home. 

We are deeply grateful for the four new memorial beds given 
in memory of 

Raymond Roswell Robinson 
Henry Hunnewell Bartlett 
Virginia Pearce 
Kathleen Desmond Callan 

As the Home receives no financial support from the Hospital 
we are in urgent need of more annual subscribers. Those 
wishing to know of definite needs should visit the Home and a 
short talk with Miss Guillod shows the joy the following things 
would bring to the children. Favors for all the different fete 
days, such as Valentine's Day, Washington's Birthday, Easter, 
Decoration Day, Fourth of July, etc., etc. Gifts of fruit, 
vegetables, ice cream, candy, high chairs, baby carriages, 
sweaters, sneakers, shoes and last but not least, toys. 

The greatest encouragement we have received in many years 
is the recent offer of a new building to be used as a Solarium 
given by Miss Mary Weld in memory of her father, Dr. Charles 
Goddard Weld. This gift makes it possible for the Home to 
take a great step forward in the curing of disease. At least 
one-third of the children coming to us need the treatment of a 
Solarium as it proves most beneficial to diseased bones, ulcers 
of the skin, rickets, tuberculosis, osteomyelitis, etc. It is im- 
possible for the Board of Managers to adequately express their 
gratitude to Miss Weld, for beyond such feeling is the inspira- 
tion that this Memorial gives to us all to carry on our part of 
the work and it enables us to go into the new year with high 
hopes and courageous hearts. 

LEONORE C. AMORY, 

Secretary. 

December, 1924. 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

300 LONGWOOD AVENUE 



The Out-Patient Clinics are held as follows: 

Medical Every morning, 8.30 — 10.30 a.m., by appoint- 
ment. 

Medical Clinic Branches: 

Neurological .... Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 8.30 — 

10.30 a.m., by appointment. 

Anaphylaxis .... Thursday p.m., by appointment. 

Luetic Friday, 9.00 — 10.30 a.m. 

Heart Monday, 9.00 — 10.30 a.m. 

Nutrition Thursday p.m., by appointment. 

Surgical Every morning, 8.30 — 10.30 a.m. 

Surgical Clinic Branch: 

Physiotherapy .... Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9.00 — 

IO.3O A.M. 

Orthopaedic Every morning, 8.30 — 10.30 a.m. 

Orthopaedic Clinic Branch: 

Physiotherapy .... Monday and Wednesday, 8.30 — 10.30 a.m. 

Neurological -Refer to Medical. 

Throat Monday and Wednesday, 2.00 — 3.30 p.m. 

Ear Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 8.30 — 

10.30 A.M. 

Dental Tuesday and Thursday, 9.00 — 10.30 a.m. 

The Dental Clinic is only for cases transferred by the Doctor in charge of 
other Clinics. 

Scoliosis New cases, Tuesday, 2.00 — 4.00 p.m. 

Old cases, Monday and Thursday, 2.00 — 

4.00 P.M. 
Saturday, 9.00 — 12.00 a.m. 

Clinic for Muscle Training 

in Paralytic Cases . . Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 2.00 — 

4.00 P.M. 

Speech Clinic Wednesday and Friday, 2.00 p.m. 

Infantile Paralysis . . . Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10.30 a.m. 

Gynecological .... Tuesday, 2.00 — 4.00 p.m. 

Premature Baby Clinic . Tuesday, 3 p.m. 

No Clinics on Sundays or Holidays. 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

BOSTON, MASS. 




FIFTY-SEVENTH 

ANNUAL REPORT 



FOR THE YEAR 1925 



Forms of Bequest 

I give, devise, and bequeath to The 
Children's Hospital, in the City of 
Boston, and Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts, incorporated in the year 1869, 
the sum of 



I give, devise, and bequeath to The 
Convalescent Home of The Chil- 
dren's Hospital, in the City of Boston, 
and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
which was incorporated in the year 1884, 
the sum of 



FIFTY- SEVENTH 
ANNUAL REPORT 



OF 



"No dollar spent could possibly do more good!" 

Please read this Report 
in the light of these Facts : 

The total cost of operating the Hospital for the 
year 1925 was $392,957.30, an increase over 1924 
of $37,625.32. 

The ever-growing demands on the facilities of 
the Hospital make increased costs unavoidable. 
It would seem that at least $110,000 would be 
needed from public subscriptions to end the year 
1926 without a deficit. 

S. H. Wolcott, Treasurer. 

—then express your true 
reaction to the work by 
this means 3^* 



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S. H. WOLCOTT, Esq., Treasurer, 

c/o State Street Trust Co., or 

P. O. Box 2176, Boston. 



I enclose % as a subscription 

to The Children's Hospital, Boston. 

I enclose $100.00 towards one Subscription Bed in The 
Children's Hospital. 

Name 

Address 



FIFTY -SEVENTH 
ANNUAL REPORT 



OF 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

BOSTON, MASS. 



FOR THE YEAR 
1925 



The Children's Hospital 

BOSTON 



Its Service to the Community 



IT extends to children, not over twelve years of age, 
medical and surgical treatment, without regard to 
sex, creed, race or color. 

Maintains in its general wards 165 beds. In these beds, 
5,004 children were cared for in 1924, 5170 in 1925. 

In its Out-Patient Department there were treated in 
1924, 13,822 new cases, with a total of 52,870 visits. 

Through its Social Service Department, 4,451 outside 
visits were made in following up cases discharged from the 
Hospital. 

It conducts a School of Nursing which has an enroll- 
ment of 120 pupils. This school graduates 25 competent 
nurses trained in the care of children each year. 

Prospective physicians and surgeons are taught and 
trained each year in the special branches of medicine and 
surgery relating to children. 

It maintains clinics for special groups of diseases, and 
the correction of faulty postures and deformities. 

Infants and children are vaccinated against Small Pox. 
They are protected from Diphtheria. 

It aims to keep children well through its Well Baby 
Clinic, its Nutrition Clinic and its clinic for Rickets. 

Through its Appointment System in the Out-Patient 
Department, it saves mothers from waiting, lessens the 
danger from infection and renders better medical care. 

Forty-six rooms are available for Private Patients 
wherein accommodations for mothers can be secured. 




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Officers of The Children's Hospital, 1926 7 

Report of the President 15 

Report of the Managers 16 

The Private Ward 19 

Report of the Treasurer 21 

Legacies and Special Donations 24 

Subscription Beds 29 

Memorial Beds 30 

Donations and Subscriptions 34 

Report of Welfare Committee 65 

Report of the Medical Staff 69 

Medical Department 71 

Surgical Department 87 

Orthopedic Department 106 

Special Clinic for Muscle Training of Paralysis 119 

Department of Physical Therapeutics 123 

Harvard Infantile Paralysis Commission 125 

Throat Department 127 

Laboratory Department . 131 

Gynecological Department 133 

Dental Department 134 

X-Ray Department 135 

Social Service Department 136 

School of Nursing 139 

List of Former House Officers 142 

Gifts to The Children's Hospital 145 

Gifts to The Children's Hospital from the Managers of The Convalescent 

Home 158 

The Convalescent Home of The Children's Hospital, Wellesley Hills . 159 



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Officers of The Children's Hospital 

1926 



President 
GEORGE P. GARDNER 

Vice-President 
Henry Wheeler 



Treasurer 

S. H. Wolcott 
33 State Street, Boston 



Secretary 

George von L. Meyer 
89 State Street, Boston 



Gordon Abbott 
George P. Gardner 



Finance Committee 

William Endicott 
J. A. Lowell Blake 
S. H. Wolcott 



Gordon Abbott 
William H. Seabury 
F. Murray Forbes 
J. A. L. Blake 



Executive Committee 



S. H. Wolcott 
George P. Gardner 
Arthur G. Rotch 
Mrs. F. L. Ames 



Counsel for the Corporation 

Messrs. Warren, Garfield, Whiteside and Lamson 
28 State Street, Boston 



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Board of Managers for the Year 

1926 



George P. Gardner December i, 1885 

Gordon Abbott December 28, 1896 

Henry Wheeler January 11, 1898 

Robert W. Emmons, 2d January 13, 1903 

William H. Seabury January 13. 1903 

William Endicott January 12, 1904 

J. A. Lowell Blake December 12, 191 1 

Alexander Whiteside November 10, 1914 

S. H. Wolcott April 13, 1915 

George von L. Meyer May 20, 1915 

F. Murray Forbes March 19, 1918 

Mrs. George H. Monks February 23, 1921 

Mrs. F. S. Mead February 23, 1921 

James J. Phelan February 23, 1921 

Louis E. Kirstein February 23, 1921 

G. Peabody Gardner, Jr. February 23, 1921 

William Arthur Dupee April 18, 1922 

Pliny Jewell October 16, 1922 

Henry W. Palmer February 28, 1923 

Arthur G. Rotch February 28, 1923 

John W. Hallowell May 26, 1924 

Paul M. Hollister November 23, 1925 

Mrs. F. Lothrop Ames February 24, 1926 



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Medical Officers 



Consulting Staff 



E. H. Bradford, M.D. 

F. B. Mallory, M.D. 
Abner Post, M.D. 

John Lovett Morse, M.D. 
Maynard Ladd, M.D. 



F. G. Balch, M.D. 

L. M. S. Miner, M.D., D.M.D. 

J. J. Thomas, M.D. 

D. Harold Walker, M.D. 

W. W. Howell, M.D. 

D. Crosby Greene, M.D. 



Active Staff 



Visiting Surgeon 
James S. Stone, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeon 
Robert B. Osgood, M.D. 

Visiting Physician 
Kenneth D. Blackfan, M.D. 

Visiting Pharmacologist 
Reid Hunt, M.D. 

Visiting Chemist 
Otto Folin, M.D. 



Visiting Physiologist 
Walter B. Cannon, M.D. 

Visiting Pathologist 
S. B. Wolbach, M.D. 

Visiting Bacteriologist 
Hans Zinsser, M.D. 

Neurologist 
Bronson Crothers, M.D. 

Surgeon in Diseases of Throat 
Lyman G. Richards, M.D. 



Associate Staff 

Medical Department 

Associate Physicians 
Richard M. Smith, M.D. James L. Gamble, M.D. 



Assistant Physicians 



Philip H. Sylvester, M.D. 
Edwin T. Wyman, M.D. 
Lewis W. Hill, M.D. 
Paul W. Emerson, M.D. 



Hyman Green, M.D. 
Harold C. Stuart, M.D. 
Bengt Hamilton, M.D. 
Gerald N. Hoeffel, M.D. 



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Clinical Assistant Physicians 



Eliot Hubbard, Jr., M.D. 
Morris T. Briggs, M.D. 
C. Marian Putnam, M.D. 
Warren Sisson, M.D. 
Nathan Gorin, M.D. 
S. H. Weiner, M.D. 
A. S. Small, M.D. 



E. B. Fitzgerald, M.D. 
Paul Withington, M.D. 
L. W. McKenzie, M.D. 
Max Tennis, M.D. 
Maxwell E. MacDonald, M.D. 
Jessie B. Scriver, M.D. 
Randolph K. Byers, M.D. 



Surgical Department 

Associate Surgeon 
William E. Ladd, M.D. 

Assistant Surgeons 
Charles G. Mixter, M.D. George D. Cutler, M.D. 

Junior Assistant Surgeon 
Thomas H. Lanman, M.D. 

Clinical Assistant Surgeon 
Augustus Thorndike, Jr., M.D. 



Arthur T. Legg, M.D. 
James W. Sever, M.D. 



A. H. Brewster, M.D. 
W. F. Cotting, M.D. 



Orthopedic Department 

Associate Surgeon 
Robert Soutter, M.D. 

Assistant Surgeons 

Henry J. Fitzsimmons, M.D. 
Frank R. Ober, M.D. 

Junior Assistant Surgeons 

Joseph H. Shortell, M.D. 
Seth M. Fitchet, M.D. 
R. H. Morris, M.D. 

Clinical Assistant 
Gerald N. Hoeffel, M.D. 



Samuel Cline, M.D. 



Throat Department 

Assistant Surgeon 
E. A. Meserve, M.D. 

Junior Assistant Surgeons 

Charles H. Merrill, M.D. 

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MEDICAL OFFICERS 



Dental Department 



Oral Surgeon 
Fred R. Bluthenthal, D.M.D. 



Assistant Oral Surgeons 
Philip I. Johnson, D.M.D. 
R. Lawrence Smith, D.M.D. 
Everett A. Tinsdale, D.M.D. 



Special Departments 



Gynecologist 
Henry T. Hutchins, M.D. 

Ophthalmologist 
George S. Derby, M.D. 



A nesthetist 
Freeman Allen, M.D. 

Bacteriologist 
William Moss, M.D. 



Roentgenologist 
Charles Leibman, M.D. 

Assistant Ophthalmologist 
E. B. Goodall, M.D. 
R. A. Hatch, M.D. 
Robert C. Cheney, M.D. 

Assistant Pathologist 
Lawrence W. Smith, M.D. 

Assistant Bacteriologists 
Mary van S. McCoy, A.B. 



Resident Staff 

Superintendent 
Miss Ida C Smith, R.N. 

Directory School of Nursing 
Miss Mary L. Wakefield, R.N. 



Assistant Superintendent 
Miss Pauline C. Jefferson, R.N. 

Supervisor, Out-Patient Department 
Miss Elizabeth P. Evarts, R.N. 

Resident Physicians 
Joseph A. Johnston, M.D. 
Robert C. Lonergan, M.D. 



Assistant Director, School of Nursing 
Miss Mary Burgess, R.N. 

Supervisor, Private Ward 
Miss Elizabeth Morris, R.N. 

Resident Pathologist 
Henry Pinkerton, M.D. 

Assistant Resident Pathologist 
Paul Dye. M.D. 



Assistant Resident Physicians 

Hermon L. Emidy, M.D. 
John F. Sander, M.D. 

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Medical House Officers 

Samuel A. Anderson, Jr., M.D. 
Harold T. Vogel, M.D. 
George M. Guest, M.D. 



Surgical House Officers 

John P. Treanor, Jr., M.D. 
Leroy F. Catterson, M.D. 
Gabriel J. Rubin, M.D. 



Orthopedic House Officers 

Ethan B. Cudney, M.D. 
J. M. King Jr., M.D. 
John G. Kuhns, M.D. 
Robert A. Milleken, M.D. 



Admitting Officer, 0. P. D. 
Miss Priscilla Hedley 



Director of Social Service Department 
Miss Mabel Wilson 



Director of Clinic for Paralytic Cases 
Miss Mary Trainor 



Director of Speech Clinic 
Mrs. Emma G. Tunnicliffe 



Assistant Anaesthetist 
Marion J. Kimball, R.N. 



Director of Physical Therapeutics 
Miss Janet B. Merrill 



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Report of the President 



THE report of the Managers, which follows, gives an excel- 
lent summary of the activities of the hospital during the 
past year and will well bear reading. 

The addition of a small contagious ward is probably highly 
desirable and should be undertaken if practicable. 

The Treasurer's report shows that the operating expenses 
have been met without impairing capital, a result very rarely 
achieved during the existence of the hospital. This has been 
accomplished by the splendid work of the Welfare Committee, 
the generosity of many friends and the marked success of the 
"Spring Gambol" which rewarded the efficient work of many. 
It has unfortunately proved impossible to repeat the "Gambol" 
this year. 

The untimely death of S. Parker Bremer is much regretted 
for he has served as one of the Board of Managers since 1922 
with great fidelity and efficiency. Mr. Paul M. Hollister has 
become one of the Managers. 

Thanks are due to the Managers, the Medical Staff, the 
Welfare Committee, the nurses, the Superintendent and many 
others whose devotion and capacity have enabled The Chil- 
dren's Hospital to carry on. Much has been achieved and 
much remains to be done to meet the ever increasing demands 
for service. 

George P. Gardner, President. 



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Report of the Managers 



IN the year 1925 the Hospital treated more cases than in 
any previous year, the total being 5,318 as against 5> IT 4 

in 1924 and 4,735 in the year 1923. The number of opera- 
tions for the year was 4,616 against 4,212 in 1924 and 3,773 in 
1923 and in the Out-Patient Department 13,822 new cases 
were treated compared to 14,386 in 1924, and 11,892 in 1923. 

The Hospital has kept up with this expansion by adopting 
new and improved methods. These not only facilitate the 
care of patients, but every year become necessary on account 
of the progress of medicine in the prevention and cure of vari- 
ous ailments, many of which, not many years ago, were deemed 
incurable. 

The laboratories have had their share of new equipment. 
As an added safety against fire, a sprinkler system has been 
installed throughout the tunnels, elevators and ward corridors. 

A great many of the difficulties of the X-Ray Department 
have been relieved by the installation of a new radiographic 
table for cystoscopic work, and non-inflammable films have 
been adopted. 

The Private Ward has had a most successful year. Its 
continued growth and progress more than justify its construc- 
tion, and on many occasions it has been filled to its capacity 
of over 50 patients. Due to its up-to-date equipment, both 
for the care of the children and the convenience of the parents, 
we have had few complaints and much praise both by parents 
and doctors. 

The general clinics have shown growth, and the appoint- 
ment and follow up system has saved time both for patients 
and doctors. 

The Well Baby Clinic, operated in connection with the 
Community Health Association, has been taken over by the 
Health Department of the City. 

The Premature and Asthma Clinic are giving entire satis- 
faction. The Lamp Treatments continue three times each 
week and are showing marked results. A new clinic for dia- 
betics is about to be opened whereby mothers will be instructed 

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THE MANAGER'S REPORT 

on method of preparation of special diets as ordered by the 
doctor. 

The marked improvement in the general condition of many 
of the ward children after their teeth have been properly cared 
for, conclusively proves that the Dental Department is essen- 
tial, and in co-operation with the Surgical Department, it is 
treating the cleft palate children. Heretofore they could 
receive no care in any other institution in Boston; and in fact, 
this type of clinic is, in so far as we can learn, the first of its 
kind in any Children's Hospital in the country. 

Constant increase in the variety and scope of the work of 
the Throat Department continues. 

New cases of Infantile Paralysis were happily fewer in 
number but 2,843 treatments were given at the Hospital clinic 
during the year, mostly to sufferers from earlier epidemics 

The Social Service Department has been most helpful in 
making the connection between the hospital and the homes of 
the patients, and as in the past have been most co-operative in 
carrying out the orders of the doctors. 

The problem of housing the nurses and house officers is not 
yet fully solved, and one of the Hospital's most pressing needs 
is a new Nurses Home large enough to house all under one roof. 
Our present quarters are undergoing a number of necessary 
alterations, and the six small houses on Longwood Avenue, 
which were renovated and furnished in the early part of 1925 
are occupied by the graduate Staff of the Hospital and house 
officers who have outgrown their own quarters. To house 
some of the help a house at 43 Binney Street was leased and 
subsequently given up when larger quarters were obtained at 
164 Longwood Avenue. The property of the Wet Nurse 
Directory at 63 Binney Street has been purchased and will in 
a measure supply the need for more room. 

We are so accustomed to sending out children to the Con- 
valescent Home in Wellesley that we are in danger of losing 
sight of the splendid results that can be attributed to this after 
care. As in the past the Hospital is grateful to those who have 
made this Home possible. 

The Welfare Committee have been most active in the vari- 
ous clinics, in volunteer work of all kinds and in their invaluable 
work of teaching the people of greater Boston that the Hospital 
is here to care for their children, that it is their hospital and 

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therefore their responsibility. To Mrs. Mead the retiring 
Chairman the Hospital is sincerely grateful. 

To many the Hospital owes its thanks, — for surgical dress- 
ings, for other works and gifts. 

To those who support the Hospital and make its work 
possible, no adequate gratitude can be expressed. This burden 
falls on 2,127 persons in 1925 and of these only 930 gave from 
$5.00 to $10. We believe that there must be many thousands 
who would be glad to help if they could be brought to appre- 
ciate the scope of the work and the needs of the Hospital. 



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The Private Ward 



THE Private Ward is being found increasingly useful and 
necessary. It makes it possible for the doctors to do 
with greater efficiency their hospital work and some of 
their private work under the same roof. And it gives to those 
to whom the general wards are not open, the special facilities 
and the trained care only to be found in a hospital devoted to 
the care of children. 




ONE OF THE BEDROOMS 

During the year 1924, 1,138 children were admitted and 
832 operations were performed; 1925, 1,508 admitted and 1,315 
operations were performed. 

We quote below the rates for the rooms in this ward: 
Single Room, $6.00 a day to $13.50 a day. 
The highest price including a bathroom. 
No extra charge is made for the parent or other adult 

occupying the same room with child. 
There is a pleasant private dining room where parents 
may get their meals at moderate prices. 

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TWO ROOMS AND BATH, $13.50 A DAY TO. $25 A DAY. 

This price includes meals for the parent in charge of the 
child. 

Semi-private rooms at $5.00 a day. 

The above prices include ordinary drugs and services of the 
floor nurse. 

The Hospital Staff is always anxious to co-operate with the 
family physician. 



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Report of the Treasurer 



Statement of Income and Expense for the year 

Ended December 31, 1925. 

Income: 

Hospital earnings and miscellaneous income $214,539.01 

Income from securities 51,904.86 

Donations and subscriptions 79,167.25 

Subscriptions through Welfare Committee (net) .... 31,694.72 

Miscellaneous income (estates, etc.) 14,851.58 

Total income $392,157.42 

Expenses: 

Hospital expenses, net (see following schedule) $359,089.47 

Insurance 2,722.95 

Corporation Expense 9,403.99 

Interest expense 1,219.13 

Provision for replacement of obsolete and worn 

out machinery and equipment 20,000.00 

Taxes 200.25 

Miscellaneous expense 3ii-5i 

Total expense $392,947.30 

Excess of expenses over income, charged to general fund . $789.88 



Schedule of Hospital Expenses 

(Including Expenses of Infants' Hospital) 

Regular Hospital payroll $199,506.76 

Food 83,828.81 

Medical and general care (including compensa- 
tions of special nurses amounting to $1,666.57, 

and supplies other than food 59,662.93 

Office expenses, travel, etc 16,503.05 

Heat, light and power 59,975.16 

Repairs and upkeep 7>553-5 x 

Automobile expense 246.58 

Total hospital expenses, both hospitals $427,276.80 

Less reimbursement from Infants' Hospital .... 68,187.33 

Net hospital expenses, The Children's Hospital . . $359,089.47 

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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

Balance Sheet as of December 31, 1925 

Assets 

Current A ssets: 

Cash in banks, treasurer's account . . . $36,813.67 

Superintendent's working fund .... 3,000.00 

$39,813.67 ~ 
Accounts receivable at hospital .... 10,972.02 

Due from Infants' Hospital 3>543-6o 

Notes receivable and mortgages receivable . 2,625.00 

Stores inventory 9,638.96 

Accrued income on securities 5,870.00 

Insurance unexpired 3,623.79 

$76,087.04 

Plant and Equipment: 

Hospital buildings $1,028,500.09 

Hospital equipment 65,865.32 

Nurses Home 241,202.14 

Outside dormitories for hospital personnel . 89,298.66 

Site for new Nurses' Home 47,608.30 

$1,472,474.51 

Investment Securities: 

General fund investments $199,081.55 ' 

Restricted fund investments 887,183.84 

1,086,265.39 

Other Investment Property: 

Real estate .... 44,661.18 

Total assets .... $2,679,488.12 

Liabilities and Capital 

Liabilities: 

Accounts payable (December current bills) . $20,469.57 

Mortgages payable 5,000.00 

Accrued interest payable (on above mortgage) 49-17 

Total Liabilities $25,518.74 

Capital: 

General fund $1,771,610.01 

Restricted investment funds (see page 000) . 882,249.37 

Donations not to be used until 1926 . . . 110.00 

Total Capital .... 2,653,969.38 

Total Liabilities and Capital ... .... $2,679,488.12 

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THE TREASURER 



Certificate 

As a result of an audit of the books and records of The Children's Hospital 
for the year 1925, I hereby certify that all cash shown to have been received 
has been accounted for; that satisfactory evidence of the approval and payment 
of all disbursements has been examined; that the balance called for by the cash 
account was on deposit in the several bank accounts or was in the offices of the 
Corporation; that the income earned during the year by investments held by 
the Hospital, and from other sources, was properly accounted for; that all 
securities shown by the books were on hand or properly accounted for; that 
the Balance Sheet and Statement of Income and Expense submitted herewith 
are correct transcripts from the books of account, and, in my opinion, conserva- 
tively set forth the financial condition of the Hospital as at December 31, 1925, 
and the results of its operations for the year ended at that date. 

Respectfully submitted, 

PERCY E. GLEASON 

Certified Public Accountant. 



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Legacies and Gifts for Investment 

1925 



For General Fund 
Legacies 

Estate of 

Louise Crawford $200.00 

Julia M. Champlin, final payment 1.40 

Josephine B. Rogers, additional 18.33 

Annie Louise Richards 3,000.00 

Ida F. Estabrook 10,000.00 

Ellen S. Bacon 5,000.00 

$18,219.73 

Gifts 

C. A. Coffin 1,500.00 



$19,719.73 



For Restricted Investment Funds 
Legacies 

Estate of 

Ida Chase Baker $60,000.00 

Henry Clay Jackson 25,000.00 

Kate M. Morse 15,000.00 

$100,000.00 

Gifts 

Miss Mary S. Holbrook 15,500.00 

$115,500.00 

(A complete list of restricted investment funds is printed on page 25). 

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THE TREASURER 



Restricted Investment Funds 
December 31, 1925 

Charles Tidd Baker $10,871.87 

Ida Chase Baker .* . . 60,000.00 

Alanson Bigelow 5,000.00 

Laura A. Brown 9,957.05 

Helen G. Coburn 49,900.50 

Maria F. and Sarah W. Coppenhagen . . . . . 5,000.00 

Harriett Otis Cruft 20,000.00 

Caroline T. Downes 51,314.00 

Charles H. Draper . 23,934.12 

Eliza J. Bell Draper 1,000.00 

Eugene F. Farnham 5,104.00 

Marjorie Forbes 5,000.00 

Robert Millholland Hanna, Jr 5,000.00 

William Hilton 4,510.74 

Mary S. Holbrook 15,500.00 

Francis W. Hunnewell 25,063.35 

George S. Hyde 8,625.88 

Henry Clay Jackson 25,000.00 

Charles P. Jaynes 11,447.00 

Mrs. Jerome Jones 9>935-95 

John D. W. Joy 5,000.00 

Kate Andrea Knowlton 2,245.00 

In memory of Madeline Lee 5,000.00 

Joseph W. Leighton 12,000.00 

Maria D. Lockwood Trust 5,109.27 

James C. Melvin 49,251.25 

James C. Melvin, Jr 5,000.00 

Margaret A. and John Merriam 6,000.00 

Kate M. Morse 15,000.00 

Albert H. and Margaret Ann Munsell 21,105.32 

Amy Peabody 50,000.00 

Henrietta M. Pierce 5,000.00 

Adelaide H. Rollins — Splint Fund 1,079.11 

Frank Davison Rust Memorial No. 1 6,200.00 

Frank Davison Rust Memorial No. 2 4,000.00 

Elizabeth G. Shepard 3,100.00 

A. Shuman Clothing Fund 1,000.00 

Katharine E. Silsbee 25,000.00 

Harnett W. Taber 2,584.48 

Helen Hallett Thompson 10,363.15 

John Parker Townsend '. . . . 3,000.00 

Elizabeth C. Ware 25,547.33 

Elizabeth White 100,000.00 

Mabel Wilbur 5,000.00 

Charles Loring Young 5,000.00 

Unnamed restricted funds 157,500.00 

Total $882,249.37 

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Other Special Purpose Gifts 

1925 



Through the Treasurer 

Received Expended Unexpended 

Mrs. Edgar N. Wrightington, for sweaters, 

caps and mittens $110.71 $110.71 .... 

Miss Mary S. Holbrook, for reimbursement of 
expenses in carrying out certain fund provi- 
sions 340.00 340.00 .... 

Duxbury subscription, balance from 1924, for 

equipment 102.00 43.50 $58.50 

Donations not to be used until 1926 . . . 110.00 .... 110.00 

$662.71 $494.21 $168.50 



Through the Superintendent 



Fund for Children's Pleasure and for Christ- 
mas: 
Previous unexpended balance 

Anonymous giver (Birthday) . . . $12.00 
Charlotte Bailey, Marion Wiggin, Anna 

Porter and Jean Porter 1.31 

Mr. Barry 5.00 

Margaret Bicknell 1.00 

M. F. Cahill 25.00 

Dorothy W. S. Coffin for O.P.D. . . 2.00 

Mrs. Curran and daughters .... 9.00 

Fannie M. Faulkner 10.00 

First Universalist Church of Arlington . .50 

A friend .50 

Constance Fulton 10.00 

Alvin Gordon and Henry Ehrlick 25.00 

Mrs. James Gormley 10.00 

Mary B. Hunnewell 15.00 

Thomas J. Johnson for O.P.D. . . . 25.00 

Kind Thought Club — Southville . . 5.70 

Nina F. Little 150.00 

In memory of George Michie .... 5.00 

Alice M. Nickerson 5.00 

William P. Ordway 5.00 



$188.47 



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THE TREASURER 

Received Expended Unexpended 

James J. Phelan $50.00 

Pocahontas Club 5.00 

Pythian Sisters 5.40 

G. E. Sawyer 6.65 

Mrs. A. L. Strong 5.00 

Mary A. Sutton 10.00 

Alice A. Thorp 5.00 

Ralph M. Timberlake 13.00 

Mr. Waller .43 

Alexander Whiteside (for Nurses) . 20.00 $442.49 

$630.96 $292.11 $338.85 

Henrietta M. Pierce Pleasure Fund: 

Previous unexpended balance . . $190.00 

Income from fund 225.00 



$415.00 $256.99 $158.01 



A. Shuman Clothing Fund: 

Previous unexpended balance . $21.70 

Income from fund 40.00 



$61.70 $61.70 



Adelaide H. Rollins Splint Fund: 

Previous unexpended balance . . $2.00 

Income from fund 50.00 



$52.00 $15-55 £36.45 



Katharine E. Silsbee Fund: 

Previous unexpended balance . . $420.94 

Income from fund 1,125.00 



$1,545.94 $1,273.36 $272.58 



Emergency Fund: 

Previous unexpended balance . . $274.05 

Anonymous . $1.00 

Mrs. J. Butler 100.00 

Catherine Gardner 5.00 

Interest on Special Fund, Bank a/c 

Jan.-Dec, 1925, incl 18.80 

Junior Red Cross, Lawrence School, 

Brookline 5.00 

Dr. McGuire 1.00 

Summer Physiotherapy Class . . 50.00 180.80 



$454.85 $224.13 $230.72 



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THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Special Relief Fund? 
Previous unexpended balance 
American Relief — 15 School St. 

Peter Black 

A Friend (E.S.B.) .... 
Frank Goodwin — auto registrar 

Mrs. C. Herman , 

"Horseshoe Club" .... 
Junior Star Theatre Club, Quincy 
Cornelia T. Moltke .... 

Grace Murray 

Mrs. F. Sarbani 

Miss Trainor 



Received Expended Unexpended 



$12.36 

50.00 

88.00 

10.00 

5.00 

25.00 

31.00 

100.00 

1. 00 

2.50 

2.00 



$107.90 



326.86 
$434.76 $195.10 $239.66 



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Donations Towards Subscription Beds 

1925 



A donation of $100.00 towards a Subscription Bed gives for 
one year to the donor the right to nominate one person at a 
time to one of such Beds, subject to the rules and regulations 
of the Hospital. 

Alford, Miss Martha A $100.00 

Ames, Mrs. John S. and Mrs. Hobart Ames (use of North Easton 

District Nursing Committee) 100.00 

Baylies, Mrs. Walter C 100.00 

Blake, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lowell 200.00 

Bremer, Miss Sarah F 100.00 

Chase, Mrs. Philip A 100.00 

Anonymous 100.00 

Conant, Augustine B 100.00 

Emmons, Mrs. R. W., 2nd 100.00 

Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. George P. 100.00 

Gardner, John L 100.00 

Gaidner, William A 100.00 

H igginson, Charles — In memory of Mary Brazer Higginson . . 100.00 

Hunnewell, Mrs. Henry S 100.00 

Hunnewell, James M 100.00 

Iasigi, Mrs. Oscar 100.00 

Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. James 100.00 

Kidder, Nathaniel T. 100.00 

Norman, Mrs. Guy 100.00 

Peabody, George A 100.00 

Prout, Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. — In memory of Henry Byrd Prout, 

Jr 100.00 

Saltonstall, Robert 100.00 

Saltonstall, Mrs. Robert 100.00 

Sears, Mrs. J. Montgomery 100.00 

Shaw, Mrs. Quincy A., Jr 200.00 

Spaulding, John T 100.00 

Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Bayard 100.00 

Williams, Miss E. F 100.00 

Woods, Henry D 100.00 



Total $3,100.00 



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Gifts to Establish Memorial Beds 

1925 



In loving memory of Agnes Hosmer, November 17, 1901 — -August 

15, 1914 
From Mrs. Sidney Hosmer $1,000.00 

In loving memory of Philip Leverett Saltonstall, Jr., April 17, 1922 
— April 8, 1925 
From Mrs. Henry G. Lapham 1,000.00 

In memory of William F. Resor 

From Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Resor 1,000.00 

Total $3,000.00 

A complete list of Memorial Beds follows 



[30] 



M 



emona 



1 Bed: 



By a vote of the Corporation. — Any person giving to the corporation at one 
time not less than one thousand dollars prior to March 16, 1925, and since then 
twenty-five hundred dollars has the privilege of affixing a name to a bed in the 
Hospital, subject to the decision of the Managers in each case. This permis- 
sion, however, does not carry with it any right or control over the bed named. 



Ward 1, Upper 

Sara P. Lowell Blake 
Florence Cobb Brooks, 1912-1918 
Maria F. Coppenhagen 
Sarah W. Coppenhagen 
Florence Dean Curtis 
Jessie Preston Draper 
Rosamond Freeman 
Margaret Constance Ellis 
Alice M.. C. Matthews 
Theresa Pierce 

Ward 1, Lower 

Hope Clement -(Sun Parlor) 
George F. Kimball 
H. Clarence Shapiro, 1881-1891 
Sullivan Amory, 1878-1881 
Henry Augustus Turner 
Carrie Elizabeth Tyer (Sun Parlor) 
James Henry Williams, 1843-1908 
Robert P. Williams 
Carlos Wilson Bed 
Robert Louis Stevenson 
Dorchester Club Women, 192 1 
Annie Louise Richards 
Dorchester Club Women, 1922 
Boston Section-Council of Jewish 
Women 

Ward 2 

Abigail P. Banchor 

Charles A. Chapman 

Children of Eliza James Bell 

Draper 
In loving memory of Gail Gorham 

Whitcomb, May 2, 1920 
Martha Higginson Barbour 
Ruth E. Martin 
The Amaranth Literary Circle 

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Susan Wells Preston 

Ellen Richards Slater 

Bertha F. Taylor 

Harriet E. P. Wood 

Irene Wood 

Mass. State Federation of Women's 

Clubs 
In Memory of Clara 
Elizabeth G. Shepard 
Maria P. Bowen 



Wallace L. Pierce 

Abigail M. Curran 

In Memory of Annie T. Auerbach 

Ellen L. Doe 

The Ladies' Dog Club, 1924 

In Memory of Charles Henry Pierce 

Neurological Bed, 1924, donated 

through Mary E. Trainor 
In loving memory of Philip Leverett 

Saltonstall, April 17th 1922- 

April 8th, 1925 
In memory of Mrs. Ida Chase 

Baker, Benefactress of this 

Institution 



Women of Somerville, 1922 
Francis Welles Hunnewell 
Gertrude Gouveneur Hunnewell 
Lois Dorman Russell 
Chestnut Hill Bed, 1923 
Ralph Hudson Crocker, 19 16 
Willard Smith Curtis, 1920 
Kate Lucy Walsh, Benefactress 



THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 



Ward 4 

Brookline Woman's Club 

Dorothy Quincy Cot 

Kent Pettingill 

Livingston Wadsworth 

Rachel Tower Tarbell 

Wellesley Hills Women's Club 

Bed, 1921 
Brookline Bed, 1923 
Brookline Aid Bed 
In loving memory of Edward 

Jerome Hitchings 
In loving memory of Dorothy 



Winthrop, 
23, 1907 



July 17, 1878-July 



Ward 5, Upper 

Julia H. Appleton 
Francis Todd Baldwin 
Harriet M. Billings 
Selina Jarvie Fletcher 
Ellen Maria Pierce 
Mary Ellen Putnam, July 21, 1862- 
May 21, 1866 



In loving memory of Charles Dalton, 

April 18, 1905-April 2, 1910 
In loving memory of William Gray, 

May 2, 1906-September 22, 1909 
Donated by the Swedish Women of 

Greater Boston, 1922 
Massachusetts Maine Daughters, 

February, 1922 
Sarah Wyman Whitman-Lily Bed 
In memory of Marjory Forbes 
In memory of Mary Devlin, born 

in Ireland 1831, died at Salem, 

1894 



Sarah Eliza Thacher 

Louise Julia Tucker 

Sarah Wyman Whitman-Lily Bed 

Margaret Ann Munsell 

Anna Goodwin Tuttle 

Louise Shearer Butler 

Louis Bridgman Memorial Bed 



Ward 5, Lower A 

Ward named in Memory of Elizabeth White 



Ward 5, Lower B 

To the memory of Stephen Wheat- 
land 

In memory of Edward Ellery 
Knowlton 

Frank Seaver Billings Memorial 
Bed 

In loving memory of Hermon John 
Huidekoper 

In loving memory of Agnes Hosmer 
November 17, 1901-August 15, 
1914 



James C. Melvin, Jr. 
Francis Skinner 
Charles Dickens, 181 2-1870 
In memory of Jack Marvin 
Albert H. Munsell 
Charles Loring Young 
Robert Millholland Hanna, Jr. 
In memory of William Resor 



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Gifts Towards Children's Hospital Days 

1925 



A donation of $1,000 carries with it the privilege of dedicat- 
ing the services of the whole Hospital for one day. 



Inscription 

December 21st 
The service of the Hospital for this 
day is named through the generosity 
of the Ladies' Dog Club 



Donor 



Ladies' Dog Club 



$1,000 



A donation of $100 gives the same privilege for one Ward for one day. 

Donor 



Inscription 

The service of this Ward is given 
in loving memory of A. F. R. 
January 1st, 1926 

December twenty-fourth 
The service of this Ward is given 
in loving memory of Ruth Faxon 

January first 
The service of this Ward is given in 
loving memory of 

Isaac Edmondson-Atkinson 

and 
Edmondson Atkinson Rice 

December twenty-ninth 
The service of three Wards today is 
named through the generosity of 
the Ladies' Dog Club 

June first 
In remembrance of Mary Robeson 
Sargent and Mary Robeson Potter 

The service of this Ward is given by 
Orient Chapter No. 31, O. E. S. 

In memory of 
Augustus W. and Emma F. A. Mills 

December 24th 



Mrs. F. B. Crowninshield 



Mrs. Henry M. Faxon 



Mrs. Philip Gardner 



Ladies' Dog Club 



Mrs. Guy Lowell 



100 



100 



100 



300 



100 



Orient Chapter No. 31, O. E. S. 100 



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Donations and Subscriptions 

1925 



Abbot, George .... $10.00 
Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. 

Gordon 1,000.00 

Abbott, Hall & Co. . . 10.00 

Abraham, Mrs. Bessie S. . 5.00 
Acacia Chapter No. 80, 

O.E.S 10.00 

Accomack Tribe No. 155, 

I.O.R.M 5. 00 

Acton Mass. Woman's 

Club 10.00 

Adams, Arthur . . 25.00 

Adams, Chapman Co. . 10.00 

Adams, Charles F. . 100.00 

Adams, Mrs. Charles H. . 10.00 

Adams, Miss Ethelind . 25.00 
Adams, Hannah, Club of 

Medfield 10.00 

A Friend 5.00 

Adams, Karl 25.00 

Adams, Mrs. Karl . . 20.00 

Adams Lodge, A. F and A. M 10.00 
Adams Lodge No. 1335, 

B.P.O.E. . . . . . 30.00 

Agassiz, Rodolphe . . 25.00 

Agoos Family Charity Fund 100.00 

Agoos, Solomon . . 100.00 

Aisner, Morris M. . 10.00 
Akeroyd, Mr. and Mrs. 

Alfred 100.00 

Alberts, Mrs. I. ... 10.00 

Albiani, Joseph .... 2.00 
Alcyone Chapter No. 122, 

O.E.S 5.00 

Alden Speare's Sons Co., 

The 10.00 

Aleppo Temple . 15.00 
Alford, Edward B. . 50.00 
Alford, Mrs. O. H. . 200.00 
Allen, Miss Eleanor W. . 5.00 
Allen, Dr. and Mrs. Free- 
man 10.00 



Allen, Philip R . . . . 
Allston Temple No. 84, P.S 
Almy, William & Co. 
Alpers, George J. 
Alpha Club . . . 
Alpha Temple No. 5, P.S. 
Alpine Press 

Alpine Temple No. 86, P.S 
Altrurian Club of Shirley 
Amalgamated Ass'n of St 

Railway Employees, 

Local No. 253. 
Amalgamated Ass'n of St 

and Electric Railway 

Employees of America, 

Division No. 448 
Amalgamated Ass'n of St. 

and Electric Railway Em- 
ployees No. 620 . 
Amalgamated Sheet Metal 

Workers, Local No. 129 
Amalgamated Sheet Metal 

Workers, Local No. 200 
American Federation of 

Musicians, Local No. 220 
American Federation of 

Musicians, Local No. 757 
Ames, Chester G. . . . 
Ames, Mrs. F. Lothrop 
Ames, Mrs. James Barr 

Ames, John S 

Amherst Woman's Club 
Amory, Browne & Company 

Employees 
Amory, Mrs. Charles B 
Amory, Mrs. C. W. . 
Amory, Mrs. Robert 
Amory, Roger . 
Amory, Mrs. William 
Amster, Mrs. N. L.. 
Anderson, Clayton & Co 



$25.00 

5.00 

20.00 

5 .00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
2.00 
15 00 



5.00 



5.00 

29.00 

10.60 

5.00 

500 

3-0° 

1 .00 

100.00 

25.00 

250.00 

10.00 

8.00 
10.00 
10.00 
25.00 
10.00 
10.00 
25.00 
10.00 



[34] 



DONATIONS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 



Anderson, Mr. and Mrs 



Larz 


$200.00 


Angevine, Jay B. 


5.00 


Angier, George M. . 


50.00 


Angus, George R. . 


5.00 


Anthony & Smith, Inc. 


25.00 


Anonymous 


5.00 


Appleton, Miss Maud E. . 


100.00 


Appleton, Samuel . 


50.00 


Apthorp, Mrs. Harrison 




Otis 


5.00 


ArbutusTempleNo.37,P.S. 


15.00 


Arcadia Temple No. 6o,P.S. 


5.00 


Aries, Mrs. Emil A.. 


2 .00 


Aries, Master Francis . 


1 .00 


Arlington Lodge No. 1435, 




B.P.O.E 


10.00 


Arnold, Edmund K. 


10.00 


Arnold, Fred A. ... 


10.00 


Ashland Home Study Club 


20.00 


Aspinwall Temple No. 89, 




P.S 


14.00 


Athena Chapter No. 25, 




O.E.S 


10.00 


Athenian Temple No. 75, 




P.S 


11 .21 


Atherton, Percy L. . . 


25.00 


Athol Woman's Club, Inc. . 


5.00 


Atkins, Mrs. Robert W. 


25.00 


Atkinson, Edward W. . 


10.00 


Atlantic Women's Club. 


10.00 


Auerbach, Frederic S. . 


5 00 


Austin, James W. . 


10.00 


Av